Audi e-tron available for reservations in the USA in September

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Audi has announced they will begin accepting pre-orders from the USA starting on the 17th of September for their first serial electric vehicle, the e-tron. Reservations will begin after the official premiere in San Francisco, and will require a $1,000 down payment. Audi USA has also announced that further price specifications will be announced at […]

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Tesla Model S competes with Model 3 in surprisingly soothing Summon race

Tesla’s electric cars are noted for their quickness. Over the years, it has become a fun pastime for electric car fans to watch videos of Teslas dominating gas-powered vehicles on the drag strip. Equally entertaining is watching two Teslas battle against each other in a quick race. Earlier this month, a Model S and a […]

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Netherlands Will Become Less Friendly To Expensive BEVs In 2019

Netherlands is experiencing a boom in all-electric car sales, but changes on the horizon will bring another rollercoaster. The market more than doubled so far this year and as it turns out, Tesla is the market leader with Model S on top (1,763 YTD) and Model X in 4th (1,045). The appetite for Teslas, or in general […]

This Tesla Model 3 Wrap Represents Climate Change

The wrap represents the 1850-2017 Global temperature change of 1.35 Celsius or 2.43 Fahrenheit For many, words won’t ever be enough to exemplify just how important a subject at hand really is. Hence, visualization is the best tool we could ever have to actually push people not only to take notice, but also, to grasp the magnitude […]

Russia And Adelaide Join Formula E Race Host Discussions

Representatives from potential host organizations in Adelaide and St Petersburg say they are in negotiations with Formula E about holding future rounds of the electric championship. A well-funded bid from technology investors in South Australian capital Adelaide is reported to be underway, while Sergey Vorobyev, deputy executive director of Rosgonki, the promoter of the Russian […]

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 […]