Just a couple of years ago all of the top speed and acceleration competitions were mostly conducted between gasoline guzzling four-wheelers, while electric cars, maybe with the exception of Teslas, were laughed at for their lack of power and slow speeds. But it does seem the days of internal combustion domination are coming to an… Continue reading Top 10 Fastest Electric Cars in World 2018 (Including New Tesla Roadster)
Do you live in the U.S. and need service work done on your McLaren F1? McLaren Philadelphia can help—owners in North America no longer have to ship their cars to the U.K. for annual maintenance.
Chinese company NIO launched in China its all-electric, seven-seat SUV – ES8, which seems set to become one of the best selling high-end BEVs next year in China.
Toyota, Honda and Nissan are partnering with eight industrial firms to make a fresh push on hydrogen refuelling stations in Japan. The group wants to build 80 stations within the first four years of the partnership — which is expected to last a decade — with nine in operation by March 2018. The plan would… Continue reading Honda And Toyota Are Still Backing Hydrogen Fuel-Cell Cars
What It Is: The rolling, electrically propelled hole into which Porsche is shoveling $750 million—and a new dedicated assembly line with 1000 new workers—in a fevered chase after Tesla. While the name could change for production, it’s currently known as the Mission E, the same moniker Porsche applied to the concept car previewing this all-electric… Continue reading 2020 Porsche Mission E Electric Sedan Spied Testing Alongside Teslas
When Saleen revealed the new Saleen one sports car at the L.A. Auto Show, only a handful of details were released. Now the company is starting to fill in the gaps with a selection of recent statistics, as well as pricing. It turns out the curvy mid-engine machine will run $100,000, which puts it right… Continue reading Saleen 1 Priced At $100,000
Behold a new British battery car to take on Tesla, Jaguar’s I-Pace. The muscular SUV should go 0-60 mph in 4 seconds. Jaguar is running final tests before it goes on sale in 2018. We ride along.