Autonomous Vehicles

Harman Kardon’s Bold Vision For The Future Of Autonomous Electric Vehicles (CleanTechnica Exclusive)

Published on July 20th, 2017 | by Kyle Field

Harman flew me out to New York City to hang out for the weekend so they could give me a behind the scenes look at what they have been working on, all while we enjoyed the historic Formula E in Brooklyn. I spent the weekend with Harman’s top brass and grilled them about the company’s plans for the future. We dug into how Harman Kardon is positioning its brands and its strategic relationships with 34 automotive companies to succeed as the automotive industry undergoes the largest transition in its more than 100-year history... Read More


New Nissan LEAF e-Pedal Premieres September 6 — Simple Things Can Be Amazing

Published on July 20th, 2017 | by Cynthia Shahan

Nissan LEAF, the electric car that has made possible smooth, torquey, zero-emissions driving for hundreds of thousands of early adopters is premiering another innovative first on Sept. 6. Nissan just announced that the new Nissan LEAF will come with e-Pedal, another pioneering technology that puts Nissan at #1. In actuality, e-Pedal is one step forward in regenerative braking and one-pedal driving, benefits of electric cars that drivers quickly learn to love... Read More


Always Have 2–3 Options (For EV Charging)

Published on July 20th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

Driving an electric car for a bit, I've learned what many an EV driver knows well: You should always have 3 — or at least 2 — charging options in mind. Also: Choose wisely. And get lucky... Read More


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Is General Motors Recreating The Saturn Disaster With The Chevy Bolt? (CleanTechnica Original)

Published on July 19th, 2017 | by Steve Hanley

Yesterday, we published a story about how Chevrolet will shut down the Orion Township assembly plant where it builds the Chevy Sonic and Chevy Bolt for a few extra weeks this summer. Most legacy manufacturers take a two week break from production each year to do plant maintenance and reconfigure the assembly line for next year's models, but the Orion summer recess will be longer than normal to reduce excess inventories. The story got a lot of comments... Read More

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