General Motors has launched its own car-sharing program in the Big Apple called “Let’s Drive NYC.”
Car buyers are trading in their hybrids and electric cars for more gas-guzzling vehicles at a faster pace than ever before.
Nissan Leaf buyers are happy enough with their electric cars that they are becoming repeat Nissan customers.
Electric car drivers on the East and West coasts will be able to take longer trips thanks to a new fast charging network being built by BMW, Volkswagen and ChargePoint.
The BMW i3 was named the 2015 Green Car of the Year by Green Car Journal at the press days of the Los Angeles Auto Show.
If you’ve been thinking about kicking gas with an electric car, then check out the Drive Electric Week event.
Nissan is hoping to spur more sales of electric cars with an incentive that offers new buyers two years of free public charging.
If you’ve always wanted to drive a Porsche, now’s your chance — and it won’t cost you a dime.
Eight states have agreed to put 3.3 million “green” cars on U.S. roads by 2025.
Learn about plug-in hybrids and electric cars at National Plug In Day this weekend.