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Plug In America releases Used EV Buyers Guide
Although new EVs still cost considerably more to buy than comparable legacy vehicles, we’re seeing more and more articles arguing that the total cost of ownership, considering savings on fuel and maintenance, is actually lower. However, such arguments are moot for car buyers whose budget won’t cover any new car.
Official: Kia Soul EV delayed until 2021
Kia confirmed Thursday that its next-generation all-electric Soul EV won't arrive for the 2020 model year, but instead will be delayed until 2021.
Canada’s electric vehicle industry to experience massive annual growth
Report predicts EV industry annual growth rate of 28 percent over next ten years and a 14-fold increase in jobs as annual investment in sector is set to increase from $1.7 billion to $7 billion
Boeing and Porsche team up to develop flying electric car
The US aircraft giant and German sports car maker announced Thursday they are teaming up to "explore the premium urban air mobility market and the extension of urban traffic into airspace," through "a fully electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicle."
Dyson Abandons Electric Car Project
It has been a little over a year since Dyson announced it was investing $150 million to turn an old RAF airfield into a state of the art development center that would focus on building an electric car. Owner James Dyson told GQ magazine last year, “Yes, I just thought we ought to be making a car, as simple as that.