It's often said that once you drive an electric car, you'll never want to go back to one with a conventional engine. And various surveys of first-time drivers to actual plug-in car buyers support that notion. But some new data indicate that people who've owned an electric car don't, in fact, always buy another one. DON'T MISS: Electric Car Drivers Tell Ford: We'll Never Go Back To Gasoline First, the case for the "love 'em" side. Take the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, which GM says earns the highest customer satisfaction scores of any vehicle the company has ever sold: virtually every Volt...
Why I Had To Trade My Tesla Model S For A Brand-New P85D
Last October, Tesla announced an all-wheel-drive version of the Model S electric car, with up to a mind-boggling 691 horsepower, and said deliveries would start as early as December—only a two month wait. The performance specifications of the new P85D version promised supercar numbers on the...George Parrott