Tesla Model 3 reviews, Sergio Marchionne’s death, Niro Plug-In test, A-Class aero: The Week In Reverse

How well did the Model 3 Performance perform in its first batch of reviews? Which big oil company ExxonMobil left the ALEC political conference? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week endin…

Porsche Hints Mission E Cross Turismo Is Autonomous-Ready

Why are we not surprised? If there’s something that Porsche is best at, it’s the overall design and artistry that go down to the minutest detail. Michael Mauer, the German carmaker’s Chief Designer, explains the important design elements of the upcoming Mission E Cross Turismo, including what essentially is a preparation to autonomous technology in […]

Will Porsche Enter Production Hell For Taycan?

Difficult challenges lie ahead for the production facility staff at Zuffenhausen Porsche is entering the fully electric vehicle scene with a bang. The Porsche Taycan – their first all-electric vehicle – is slated to feature all of the high-performance traits known by this legacy car maker. The vehicle comes listed with a 0-60mph (0-97km/h) time […]

BYD Will Deliver First Electric Garbage Trucks In Seattle

BYD received from Recology an order for two all-electric Class-8 refuse trucks for use in residential solid waste pick up. It’s said that those will be the first electric refuse trucks to operate in Seattle and also in the Pacific Northwest Region. Chinese manufacturer already delivered its first garbage collection truck in North America to […]

Find Out How This Tesla Model S Is Holding Up After 400,000 Miles

This 2015 Tesla Model S P90D may have more miles than any other Tesla on the planet, but how did it get there? We’ve reported about Tesloop’s high-mile Model S in the past. At the beginning of 2016, after less than a year in service, the car hit the 100K-mark. Not long after that, it […]

This Volvo Electric Supercar Should Be Reality

Talk about making an electrifying statement. If demand for the Volvo Polestar Engineered S60 is any indication of Volvo’s electrified popularity, it only makes sense for the automaker to create an electric supercar that will become the brand’s halo offering. Or maybe we’re just dreaming. News of Volvo’s electric future isn’t new or scarce. Earlier […]

Tesla’s ‘luxury’ amenities are its deep software integration

Tesla’s official website dubs the Model S, X, and 3 as “premium” electric cars. Nevertheless, Tesla’s electric cars such as the Model S have proven to be formidable entries in the luxury segment, particularly against mainstays from legacy automakers such as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and the BMW 7 Series, which are characterized by plush amenities […]

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Top 5 Markets For All-Electric Cars In Europe

Norway is not the biggest European country, in fact it’s one of the smallest in terms of population, but still manages to stay on top the all-electric car market in Europe. The rolling 12-month total sales for the top five markets, provided by EagleAID, shows that Germany is consistently growing for a strong second after Norway, […]