The Tesla CEO says it is working to make the Superchargers compatible with other manufacturers’ EVs, with availability expected this year.
The ACEA E-Mobility Report shows that three countries account for 70 percent of charging stations in EU, but only cover 23 percent of the EU.
Ford has announced an additional equity investment in Solid Power and its battery technology that will power future electric vehicles.
Fast on the track, but slow when it comes to all-electric vehicles, Ferrari says it will produce its first one by 2025.
Xiaomi is the latest techn company looking at electric vehicles, announcing that a new project will be in development over the next decade.
Like other carmakers in recently, Volvo has stated its intent for EVs, aiming to be fully electric by 2030 as part of a climate-focused plan.
The UK government is considering an economic initiative which could see more electric cars on its roads in future.
The country’s plan would go a long way to making one million charging stations for electric cars by 2030 a reality.
Elon Musk has teased a local launch several times on Twitter, although nothing has come to fruition.
No word on names or launch regions yet, but the motorcycle maker is leaning heavily into electric.
The firm plans to have eight new locations for charging at along popular travel routes in the country.
It’s a solution three years in the making.
It looks like South African drivers will have to wait even longer to drive one of Tesla’s electric cars.
Kobus van Staden, account manager for the automotive industry at T-Systems South Africa, looks at whether electric cars are here to stay in SA.
The British carmaker’s latest electric vehicle can do more than 320 kilometres off a single charge.
Pricing for Vespa’s all-electric scooter has been announced, and it’s now cheap.
After weeks of teasers the German carmaker finally reveals its all-new, all-electric SUV.
The British carmaker is the latest to join the all-electric wave.