October 21st, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan
There are a handful of hilarious and informative pro-Tesla Twitter accounts. Elon Musk's may be the most famous (either his or Earl's), and he's got a pretty good handle on humor (dad humor), but another tweeter who makes me laugh on a routine basis and who I think more people should follow is The Short Shorts Historian (@TeslaHistorian). This history professor is quite adept at picking LOL-funny tweets from yesteryear and bringing them to the harsh neon lights of modern-day Twitter
July 24th, 2019 | by Johnna Crider
According to an article in 2018 by Business Insider, the Chevy Bolt was "completely crushing" the Tesla Model 3 back then. The article cited December 2017 sales and claimed that Chevy was the first to produce a long-range electric vehicle that was also affordable. It also claimed that Tesla was threatened by
January 11th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan
Last year, we surveyed readers here to get your 2017 electric car sales projections for the year. How did things turn out? Take a look below. But in addition to checking out the 2017 results, it's time for 2018 projections as well!
December 31st, 2017 | by Loren McDonald
With 2017 being such a huge breakthrough year in the transition to electric vehicles, it raises the question: “What major news, milestones, and developments related to electric vehicles will occur in 2018?”
July 21st, 2017 | by Steve Hanley
Reports that Chevrolet is cutting production of the Bolt to reduce inventories may be overstated. We have heard from a worker at the factory who has a different perspective. Read on to learn more.
January 23rd, 2017 | by James Ayre
How many electric vehicles will be sold in the US during 2016? Will Chevy Bolt EV sales grow rapidly following nationwide availability in the late summer? What about Toyota Prius Prime sales (if Toyota ever works out the dealership issues)? What will happen with the Tesla Model 3? Will it launch on time? Will mass production begin this year, or not truly until