Photo Source/Copyright: Volkswagen It’s no secret that electric vehicles (EVs) are on the up and up, and the vehicles on the road are indicative of the almost overnight shift from gas to electric. To gauge the market and truly understand where EVs are going, German-automaker Volkswagen surveyed a segment of the American car-buying community and
Photo Source/Copyright: Chevrolet Media Yet another major vehicle is slated to join the electric vehicle fray, as the race to gain a significant share of the EV market pie roars on. This time, it’s one of America’s most popular pickup trucks—the Chevy Silverado. General Motors (GM) recently announced a move that will shake up the
Image Source: Volkswagen Cross-country road trips can be a daunting task, especially when your car relies on a limited, up-and-coming energy source in the form of battery power. With gas pumps spread throughout almost every corner of the country, fueling up is an easy task. Running out of gas? Look up the closest pump. Odds are
Photo Source/Copyright: Kia Media It wasn’t long ago that electric vehicles were thought of as being an impossibility. But in 2021, millions of EVs are taking on pavement across the world, with more joining the community every day. Kia Motors is looking to make a major splash in this sector and eventually become a leading
Photo credit: Volkswagen Volkswagen Group has announced plans to bring down the cost of their battery production up to 50% in the coming years. Now the second-largest automaker in the world based on sales, the automaker has aggressively shifted and placed an emphasis on its EV production as of late, and the progress is showing.
Photo credit: Volkswagen The electric vehicle (EV) world can be quite perplexing to understand. In hindsight, who would’ve thought the world would be crawling with battery-powered vehicles in the year 2021? But now that we have breached the surface and potential that electric vehicles can have in our society let’s take an inside look at