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Except for the Tesla Model 3, electric cars might not be all the rage just yet, but that might change with the most recent pricing for the nimble, long-range Chevrolet Bolt.
Though more and more automakers are investing in electric vehicle technology, the actual popularity of them doesn't quite live up to the publicity over the notion that EVs will be everywhere soon.
News just broke announcing the end of Smart sales after 2019, and we're guessing no one will notice as the coffin lid creaks closed on this car that was anything but smart.
The problem is no one's buying PHEVs. So, what's going on? Aren't these vehicles a glimpse of the future? Let's take a closer look at what the problem(s) could be.
The time is right for Tesla to bring a small crossover into their lineup, and frankly, we're surprised they didn't do it sooner given the state of the car market and its love of crossovers.
Lincoln doesn't have much in its arsenal. Its sedans don't sell very well. Can the brand do right with the Aviator?
I.D. Buggy concept is at the Geneva Motor show, and it's creating quite the buzz. We just hope it gets made.
See the new e Concept in the flesh in Geneva and wait to find out if it's coming here. This could very well usher in a new design language for Honda (or at least for its future EV line).
Tesla has done well lately, but it's not all rosy. Though the sales stats haven't changed, Tesla will have to weather recent bad news.
And now, after killing the Yaris hatcbhack, the Toyota Prius c is being canceled altogether as a member of the Prius family. It was the most affordable (and most unnoticed) version of the Prius.
A few weeks ago, EV startup Rivian announced both their radical R1T pickup and R1S SUV to the amazement of the automotive industry and the car-loving pubic, in general. Amazon took notice.
The soon-to-be-released Porsche Taycan will usher in a new generation of electrification for Porsche as it prepares to unseat Tesla as the king of electric super-sedans.
Apple's Project Titan started back in 2015. Now it seems Project Titan may be dead since the company just released 200 employees who were tied to the project.
Just about everyone in the automobile industry seems to think electrification is the next major stage for cars, trucks, and SUVs.
The Detroit Auto Show might have been skipped by some manufacturers this year, but we're glad Nissan came through. Their new IMs concept is an EV crossover that should get your attention.