Publications across the media spectrum, including former skeptics, are now cheering the California company on.
The Palo Alto powerhouse announced offerings of 2,703,027 shares of common stock.
The project aims to advance the development of aluminum heat exchangers and improve battery performance in low temperatures.
The Roadmap tracks progress to implement recommendations made in version 1.0, released in April 2012, and identifies areas that need more standardization work.
A careful reading of the leaves from Elon Musk’s last cup of tea indicates that his next bombshell may concern battery swapping.
Infiniti brand boss Andy Palmer told Autocar that the new model will be “like the Tesla sports car option, but with more flexibility in terms of range.”
The e-NV200 is based on Nissan’s popular multipurpose commercial van, the NV200, and shares a powertrain with the LEAF.
While taking the number-two spot among such long-established automakers is an impressive feat for a startup company, it isn’t entirely a fair comparison.
Last year, its TMG EV P002 electric race car finished the 12.42-mile uphill course in 10 minutes, 15:38 seconds, and Toyota hopes to better that time with an improved model.
The Obama Administration has announced that it will invest $200 million to create three new “manufacturing innovation institutes” involving five Federal agencies.
Ford has dropped Best Buy’s Geek Squad as a charging installation partner.
Consumer Reports has awarded the electric luxury sedan what is presumably its highest possible rating: 99 out of 100.
There’s black ink all over the balance sheet. Sales continue to grow, and the company has increased its target for 2013 deliveries from 20,000 to 21,000.
Tritium, an Australian manufacturer of EV power electronic systems, has introduced what it calls “the world’s smallest footprint EV fast charger.”