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Next-Generation 2016 Chevy Volt Will Be More Efficient and PowerfulWe are approaching the four-year anniversary of the introduction of the Chevy Volt and Nissan LEAF. Since that time, it’s been exciting to watch the release of one new plug-in model after the next. But the most promising developments could be just around the corner: new and improved second-generation battery-powered models, starting with the Volt.
Next BMW Battery-Powered Cars Will Be Plug-in HybridsIn 2014, BMW introduced two plug-in vehicles: the all-electric i3 and plug-in hybrid i8 sports car. But that might be merely a precursor to a set of new practical plug-in Bimmers coming in 2015 and beyond.
VW E-Golf Scores 116 MPGe Rating, But Does It Matter?Volkswagen announced today that the 2015 E-Golf electric cars was rated by the Environmental Protection Agency at 126 city, 105 highway, and 116 combined miles per gallon of gasoline equivalent. In the world of EVs, these efficiency numbers take a secondary role to the all-important range number: how far an EV can go on a single charge.