Electric vehicles (EVs) continue to increase in popularity, largely due to the fact that there are a lot more models to choose from. But not everyone is buying them, even though they can be 40% cheaper than traditional cars.1A recent study by Chih-Wei Hsu and Kevin Fingerman from Humboldt State University highlights how EV adoption in California has some disparities across race and income. The main causes are a lack of public chargers and the cost associated with buying an EV.
A big portion of new car buyers are now buying fully electric cars. But more are buying non-electric cars. If you’ve been in the bigger, latter group, what’s keeping you from an EV as your next car?Read More
Jalopnik published an article boasting that “Driving 100 Miles in an EV Is Now More Expensive Than in an ICE.” That would be a very interesting update if it were generally true.Jon Witt writes that he heard a similar argument from another EV group recently, so he consulted the back of an envelope to check the […]
BMW is accelerating its electric vehicle production plans, announcing an € 800 million (about $864 million) investment to prepare its San Luis Potosí plant in Mexico for the incoming wave of next-generation Neue Klasse EVs.Read More