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Hyundai Kona EV Wins 2019 CleanTechnica Car of the Year Award

February 10th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

In our 2019 competition for the CleanTechnica Car of the Year, CleanTechnica staff lounging next to a rooftop pool on top of a luxury hotel (... or just sitting on our computers from the banal surroundings of our own homes ...) came up with a list of the 5 new vehicles most likely to have a positive effect on society. We then put that list of vehicles out in front of your eyeballs to choose a winner, via a simple one-question survey


Audi e-tron vs. Hyundai Kona EV vs. Jaguar I-PACE vs. Kia e-Niro vs. Nissan LEAF e+ — Vote Now!

January 27th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

Two weeks ago, we published our 2019 CleanTechnica Car of the Year finalists. In case you missed that announcement or just felt too lazy to take 10 seconds to vote, we wanted to give you a proper second chance. So, I'm republishing a portion of that article intro, the finalists again, and how to vote. After this, the polls will be closed and we'll be announcing the winner


2019 CleanTechnica Car of the Year Finalists

January 13th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

It's time for another CleanTechnica Car of the Year competition. The cool thing is that there is no Tesla competitor this year, which means we have a legitimate competition in which any of the finalists could win!


Coming To America In 2019 — Compliance Cars Only

January 13th, 2019 | by Maarten Vinkhuyzen

In 2019, a dozen new fully electric cars and SUVs are coming to the USA market. Well, they are not coming to all states — many will be what are called "compliance cars." What makes carmakers only offer compliance cars in the States? Let's explore


European Electric Vehicle Invasion — Winners, Big Winners, & Champions

January 13th, 2019 | by Maarten Vinkhuyzen

For those who follow the fully electric car market, 2016 was exciting. GM introduced the Chevy Bolt a full year ahead of Tesla's Model 3. It was the first long-range affordable electric car in the United States. For many reasons, we did not really see it in most of Europe



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