It looks like a regular Focus. Drives much the same too. But the Focus Electric is a silent runner that gets it’s fill-ups from an extension cord. And compared to Nissan’s Leaf it has a distinct advantage, as long as you don’t haul a lot of cargo.
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When it comes to electric cars, most people think Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Volt. Now there’s a plug-in car for budget buyers- the Mitsubishi i. It’s the least expensive electric car you can buy in America, begging the question- Is this a car you can live with?
A car that gives both your conscience and fuel budget a break.
The guy who can drive any car he wants (and often does) has clocked over 10,000 miles in his Volt. And he’s still on the first tank of gas.
I spend a week in Chevy’s extended range electric vehicle. Couldn’t have done it without the generator.
If you’ve been waiting for an electric car that doesn’t look and feel like it was cobbled together in someone’s garage, Leaf is worth getting amped up about.
There has been a lot of hype surrounding this car. The impressive Chevy Volt lives up to it.
Now that the electric car is poised for mainstream acceptance, firefighters and EMTs need to protect themselves from a potentially deadly situation. Recently General Motors took a wrecked Chevy Volt to the west coast for a primer on what to do (and not to do) when it comes to approaching an electric car.
A Collection Of Articles To Help Explain How The Chevy Volt Really Works.
So what’s it like to really live with an electric car? Let’s find out…
The cost of going electric starts at $41,000. Good thing there’s a tax incentive.
Toyota and Tesla have announced they will be working together to develop electric vehicles, parts and production systems. With the agreement, Toyota will purchase $50 million of Tesla common stock. Mr. Toyoda says in a press release “Decades ago, Toyota was also born as a venture business. By partnering with Tesla, my hope is that all Toyota employees will recall that ‘venture business spirit, and take on the challenges of the future.”