Chevy Bolt EV Surges Back Into The South Korean Market

The electric hatchback returns, rises 300% from March 2018. In the summer of 2018, InsideEVs first predicted the drop in Chevy Bolt EV inventories and sales for the U.S. market. We speculated that the primary reasons for this was a focus on exports to Canada and South Korea. This ended up being correct, with South Koreans scooping […]

Nissan LEAF Transformed Into Something Very Unique By Kuhl Racing

This LEAF modification will certainly turn some heads at the local charging station. The second generation Nissan LEAF may not currently be the hottest seller in the US market. But globally it remains one of the top 5 plug-in vehicles. There are over 400,000 Leafs owners out there, each with their own distinct tastes. With […]

Chevy Volt, Bolt EV Sales: Q1 Totals and March Breakouts

Chevy Bolt EV quarterly sales are down slightly from last year. Because General Motors no longer reports monthly sales reports in favor of Tesla-like quarterly reporting, InsideEVs’ monthly Chevy Bolt EV and Chevy Volt delivery numbers are estimates. As has been the case since the beginning of time, Q1 EV deliveries are weak for most electric vehicles. Especially coming off the yearly […]

Chevy Boat EV: GM Marine Unveils Bolt-Based Forward Marine First

This prototype vehicle is a close cousin to the Chevy Bolt EV. At the 2019 Miami International Boat Show, GM Marine unveiled their first electric pontoon boat. Called the Forward Marine First, the electric boat is based off of technology developed for the Chevy Bolt EV. Naturally, we at InsideEVs must christen this good ship […]

MagniX Is Transforming Harbour Air Seaplanes Into ePlanes

The international seaplane operator eventually plans to convert their entire fleet. Yesterday, North American seaplane airline Harbour Air announced their plans to convert their first commercial aircraft to all electric propulsion. They have partnered with MagniX, a company based in Redmond, WA that supplies electric propulsion systems to aircraft operators. Both companies are looking to reach their […]

EV Registration By State: Tesla Model 3 Brings New Records Across The Board

Tesla’s newest model accounts for most sales growth in 2018. Last year was another record setter for electric vehicle sales in the United States. This was primarily thanks to the ramp up of Model 3 production, but greater availability of all plug-ins helped promote sales growth. When last we checked in, Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) had begun […]

Official: GM Announces Next Production Chevy EV, Orion Investment

GM is expected to announce a $300 million investment and a new production EV for the Orion Township plant. ***UPDATE: It’s now official. See full press release further down below. General Motors will be announcing “a major new investment” in “future technologies” at 10 a.m. Friday morning. The press conference will be held in Michigan at […]

Back By Popular Demand, Tesla’s Referral Program Gets A Reboot

The relaunched program contains some new rewards and new restrictions. For a young high growth company, a customer referral program can be a great marketing tool. For years, Tesla owners and prospective owners could take advantage of the automaker’s generous referral program. Existing owners would provide a referral code to their friends, family, acquaintances or […]

Plug-In Hybrids No Longer Banned From Beverly Hills Charging Stations

New state law requires Beverly Hills City Council to walk back PHEV restrictions. In April of last year, the city of Beverly Hills, California put into effect new restrictions on 35 public charging stations at city parking facilities. In addition to new enforcement regulations and charge fees, Beverly Hills restricted Plug-in hybrid vehicles from using […]