Those of us who have followed the electric vehicle market for several years (or, for some of you, decades) can easily get complacent about where the EV revolution is and where it’s headed. We can be lulled into a semi-sleeping state by monthly sales reports, by routinely seeing EV market share of 1–2% in some markets, 5–10% in others, and 50% in Norway. We can be blown away by the Tesla Model 3’s success, while at the same time underestimating what it means
I prefer comparing the Tesla Model 3 to its gasoline competitors, but it’s also logical to compare the Model 3 to other electric vehicles. In the old days, these were simply called EV sales reports, but the US electric vehicle market is so unbalanced at the moment that it’s hard to ignore the elephant in the room — there’s the Model 3, and there’s everything else
The Tesla Model 3 is no stranger to breaking records and even taking home the #1 vehicle position in European countries, but that has historically just occurred in the third month of big quarters. Sweden has something to say about that
The US is heading for a down year in auto sales. The only bright spot is Tesla. So why is everyone bashing the one company that is succeeding at building US-made cars with American workers?
In the US, the federal tax credit for electric vehicles has been cut in half from $ 7,500 to $ 3,750 for both Tesla and GM. Now, the current administration looks like it’s turning its back on clean cars. In the future, there could be some hope things change. But with the federal tax credit currently winding down, it’s worth investigating what electric car incentives also exist on the state level
The owner of a property in CBS is facing harsh backlash online after an oil leak on his property. We hear from an area resident, the owner of the property where the leak originated and finally from …
Sales of fossil fuelled vehicles are now on the decline in the world’s three largest auto markets, and being replaced by electric vehicles. Fossil car sales will only decrease from here on out. EVs for the win!
For those who follow the fully electric car market, 2016 was exciting. GM introduced the Chevy Bolt a full year ahead of Tesla’s Model 3. It was the first long-range affordable electric car in the United States. For many reasons, we did not really see it in most of Europe
Recent air pollution research found that €70 billion in health damage is caused by traffic emissions every year in the European Union — about 75% of the harm is caused by diesel emissions. The report, titled “Health Impacts and Health Costs of Diesel Emissions in the EU,” was commissioned by the European Public Health Alliance (EPHA)
The big electric vehicles sales stories these days are generally about the Tesla Model 3 walloping the competition. Nonetheless, we like to go back to our roots and explore overall electric vehicle growth at least once a quarter. The problem is that almost all of the positivity comes from Tesla