When it comes to electric vehicles, one of the biggest concerns with prospective buyers is the electric range of the vehicle. Thankfully in recent years, electric vehicles have gotten better by offering larger batteries and therefore more range.
Tesla has officially announced its latest vehicle with the brand new Tesla Model Y all-electric mid-size SUV.
Polestar has announced the launch of their Polestar Explore app which is designed to be a digital customer experience.
Volvo’s electric car brand, Polestar has announced that their upcoming Polestar 2 will have an Android-based infotainment system.
Google has announced a new feature for Google Maps that is made for EV (electric vehicle) owners.
Audi has unveiled their all-electric SUV, the e-tron.
The BMW i3 was the company’s first electric car, which helped launch their i family of vehicles in 2014. Now the i3 is one of the best-selling compact electric luxury vehicles.
Up until recently, Audi has only shown off the exterior of their e-tron prototype but now they’re giving us our first glimpse at some of the technology featured inside.
As part of their mission to include more electric vehicles, Porsche has announced that the production version of Mission E concept is now the Porsche Taycan.
After showing a concept off at CES 2018, Kia has officially unveiled the production model of their all-electric version of their Niro.