Norwegians love their electric cars because the government offers many financial incentives. Buyers are exempt from sales, import and vehicle taxes, but finding a charging station is often a problem, especially in Oslo.
A group of mainly German carmakers has launched a joint venture to build a network of fast charging stations for electric vehicles to support a drive to boost sales of environment-friendly cars across Europe.
Our author recently took his first spin in an electric car in Berlin. Now he's wondering why these cars are a rare sight in the city. It's about more than just their reach.
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?
Japanese automaker Nissan has flaunted its second-generation Leaf vehicle, an electric car that comes with autonomous driving functions. While the car boasts an extended range, old drawbacks remain.
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