Monthly Archives: April 2018

The 2018 Nissan Leaf: Simply Amazing or Epic Fail?

The new Nissan Leaf was unveiled last September to great fanfare, as Nissan launched a months-long global marketing offensive to trumpet the arrival of its second generation mass market electric car. A daunting task: replacing the World’s best selling EV, … Continue reading

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Formula E lands in Rome for first ever Italian E-Prix

The increasingly popular FIA Formula E electric car championship is about to land in the Eternal City, as Rome hosts the first ever Italian E-Prix through its city streets on Saturday 14 April. Formula E has been showcasing electric powertrain … Continue reading

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This S3XY chart shows Tesla’s exponential growth in the making

Tesla’s production figures for the first quarter 2018 were released recently and provided great support to the company’s mission to accelerate the adoption of electric cars. Elon Musk’s company is under intense pressure as it strives to ramp up production … Continue reading

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Will Tesla Model 3 be 2018 World’s best selling EV?

Tesla has finally revealed production numbers for Q1 2018 on its website (they can be found here). The much awaited news got analysts and media crunching numbers to obtain guidance on the company’s near term progress and longer term expectations. … Continue reading

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Fully Charged video coverage of Geneva 2018 Motor Show

I recently wrote about this year’s Geneva Motor Show, arguably the first time production EVs really steal the scene at the Salon Auto. The brilliant Youtube channel Fully Charged has covered the show with a brilliant double episode, a pleasure … Continue reading

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