Jeff Bezos's company puts its bucks behind the startup that wants to be the Tesla of trucks.
The electric options keep getting better.
You can thank the disappearing tax credit.
GM has reportedly sold its 200,000th EV, which means the credit is due to disappear.
Possibly the most technologically advanced car of the year isn't electric. At least, not totally.
The Qiantu Motors K50 makes 402 horsepower and promises nearly 240 miles of all-electric range.
This modified Model 3 Performance carves through the legendary Californian track quickly and quietly.
Both vehicles can accelerate from zero to 60 in three seconds flat, and can reach 100 mph in under seven seconds.
By slightly modifying the properties of carbon fiber, researchers can use it to store electricity like a traditional battery.
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nevada, proposes a change to the electric vehicle tax credits that could be huge for new EV buyers.
Because the future always feels foreign at first.
The iNext concept previews an SUV that'll arrive in 2021. BMW's R&D chief told us it'll have "stunning driving dynamics."
The company's first all-electric car is a harbinger of many more Audi EVs to come.
Three days with the souped-up, extra-fast, $64,000 version of the Model 3.