Chrysler Reveals its Electric Cars!

Looks like the good ol’ boys at Chrysler have been paying attention. With rising gas prices, economic downturn, and their own disappointing sales, Chrysler had been secretly developing electric cars since 2007 in the ENVI program. Each of these 3 highway capable EV’s has its own distinct characteristics and function. Dodge EV The Dodge EV

Mystery of the Electric Car

So I’ve been reading up on electric cars for a while now, and over that time a pretty clearly defined mystery plot unfolded before me. Then: The modern day electric car saga (not the one from a century ago) began in 1996 when GM released the EV1 to customers in California on a lease only

Production Chevy Volt Revealed

Pictures courtesy of Autobloggreen.com Featuring snazzily dressed Chevy executives.  But I must say, they are right on the money with this design.  Chevy did away with the sharp corners and the awkward plastic moldings around the windows; and they are obviously targeting the Toyota Prius market as a gas saving, compact family sedan.  They could

Lightning GT promises 10-minute recharge

-Provided you have an industrial strength outlet. But the Lightning GT was unveiled at the London Motor Show this summer, and boy does it look mean. With four at-the-wheels electric motors, the vehicle puts out 640 bhp, propelling it from 0-60 in 4 seconds with a top speed of 130 mph. The 30 Nanosafe batteries

On the VentureOne

To give you an idea of what the VentureOne is, this is a TopGear video on the Vandenbrink Carver, which is a three wheeled vehicle that utilizes a unique tilting action to turn. See for yourself: Interestingly, the Carver is about $60,000, and the electric/hybrid VentureOne is targeted to be between $18,000 and $25,000 using

Anticipation builds for Tesla’s Model S

Could Tesla’s $60,000 electric sedan look something like this? That is what many are speculating after The Sun columnist, Ken Gibson, claimed he was given a “sneak preview” of the Model S at the end of his recent online column. Thus priming the the rumor mill at the telsamotorclub.com Model S potential design forum, and