The new Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle will offer an estimated 67 miles (107.8 km) per gallon equivalent (mpge) in city-highway driving and a driving range rating of 312 miles (502 km) on a single fill of hydrogen.
Nissan showcased its new Leaf, an electric vehicle, featuring a raft of changes including an improved range of 199 km and cut-in-half charging time at the ongoing Geneva Motor Show.
The new Leaf will be produced at Nissan's Su
Global auto giant Toyota Motor Corporation plans to launch 21 new hybrid models from now until the end of 2015 as part of its environmental technology plans.
The announcement of its vehicle deployment plans is part of the progress
IBM has announced that two industry leaders -- Asahi Kasei and Central Glass -- will join its Battery 500 Project team which aims to speed up research on lithium-air battery for electric vehicles (EVs).
In 2009, IBM Research pioneered a su
General Motors and LG Group will jointly design and engineer future electric vehicles (EVs), expanding a relationship built on LG’s work as the battery cell supplier for the Chevrolet Volt and Opel Ampera extended-range EVs.
The Hertz Corporation has expanded its global electric vehicle initiative into China, making it the first rental car company to offer electric vehicles (EVs) on three continents.
Hertz has teamed up with GE Energy Industrial Solutions to i
Despite rising fuel prices, mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is still a distance away with only 16 per cent of European consumers identifying themselves as “first movers”, said a new survey.
The survey, conducted among 4,760 Europe
General Electric (GE) unveiled its ‘smart’ electric vehicle charger in the Middle East, at the ongoing World Future Energy Summit 2011 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
GE's WattStation is an easy-to-use electric vehicle (EV) ch
Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Thursday it would aim to launch a small business-use electric vehicle (EV) in Japan by the end of 2011, with a target of selling 10,000 units as soon as possible.
Mitsubishi Motors President Osamu Mas
Dubai-based Al Yousuf group, a diversified conglomerate, is planning to launch UAE’s first battery-powered sports utility truck.
Al Yousuf, which is the authorised dealer for Daihatsu, Daewoo and Yamaha automobiles, recently acquired US-ba