The Fortwo Electric Drive Cabrio is three Smarts in one. It's as small and agile as a gas-powered Fortwo, as green as a Fortwo Electric Drive, and as much fun to drive as the Fortwo convertible.
German automakers are promising to ramp up electric vehicle production, while Paris and London are pledging to go all-electric by 2040. So why is China beating Europe at the e-mobility game?
With more than 100,000 electric cars already on the road, oil and gas-rich Norway aims to phase out fossil fuel cars altogether by 2025. Can it be done? Lars Bevanger reports from Oslo.
As the Paris Motor Show opens, it's the Paris climate accord on the mind of Germany's Greens. They're calling for a stop to all new petrol and diesel cars in Germany starting in 2030. The industry does not approve.
The German government has agreed on a new reform of electricity markets. It's likely to slow down the transition to a clean energy future, removing wind from the sails of the German Energiewende. Critics are appalled.
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