A new J.D. Power study shows Americans are more interested in hybrids and electric vehicles than ever before. They just aren’t ready to buy one.
The Chevrolet Volt and the Nissan Leaf are getting top safety marks in their very first independant crash tests.
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert a week in a Chevy Volt extended range electric car. This is his narrative, along with several quick videos.
As President Obama uses his State of the Union message to promote electric vehicles, the companies that build those vehicles are looking to find ways to produce more of them.
The electric vehicle era has arrived, with the Saturday delivery of the first Nissan Leaf, an all electric car with a potential range of 100 miles before it has to be recharged.
GM making a big splash as it officially launches the Chevrolet Volt extended range electric car. They announced that they’ll be hiring a thousand new engineers, and auctioning one of the first Volts to raise […]
General Electric confirming today that it’s going to purchase 25 thousand electric vehicles over the next five years, and nearly half of them will be from General Motors. “It not only builds up volume for […]
AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert test drive’s the Chevy Volt. “A technical achievement packaged as a real car. “ Read Jeff’s “live blog” with more details about the Chevy Volt. (Jeff Gilbert’s video report on the […]
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert test drives the Chevy Volt extended range electric car. Jeff’s “live blog” from his Volt experience can be found here. Follow Jeff Gilbert on Twitter @jefferygilbert
On Wednesday, October 13th, WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert spent the day driving the new Chevy Volt electric vehicle. This is the running update of his day long experience.