Tesla Model 3 price and options: What to expect

The Tesla Model 3 is coming, but how much will it really cost to own the base level Model 3 with a sticker price of $35,000? Read about the options here.

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Tesla Solar Roof: Everything you need to know

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DJI Goggles review – a new view of your world

by Jonathan Feist June 6, 20170 comments

The best electric cars of 2017

It’s a question that crops up all the time: “What is the best electric car?” Of course, it seems like a straightforward question. But if the market confuses you, we're here to help.
by Nick Hall2 weeks ago

Hyundai unveils electric bus

Hyundai has unveiled an all-electric bus that it plans to mass manufacture in the near future. Could this be the answer to inner city pollution?
by Nick HallMay 31, 2017
Electric Cars

Hyundai launches subscription plan for Ioniq Electric at $275 per month

Hyundai is offering an Unlimited+ subscription plan for the Ioniq Electric, which starts at $275 per month.
by Mitja RutnikApril 24, 2017

Hyundai Genesis brand cooking up electric luxury coupe

Hyundai Genesis has a luxury coupe in the works, an all electric machine for the distinguished consumer that likes great connectivity.
by Jonathan FeistApril 22, 2017

The Genesis GV80 is a new zero-emission luxury SUV concept

The all new concept from Genesis boasts a luxurious body and utilizes Hyundai’s latest hydrogen fuel cell electric technology.
by Brian ReighApril 13, 2017

Hyundai showcases auto intelligence and fuel cell technology

At the Seoul Motor Show yesterday, Hyundai unveiled its latest auto connected technology as well as the Future Eco fuel cell concept vehicle.
by Adam MolinaMarch 30, 2017
Electric Cars

“America’s greenest car”: Hyundai Ioniq Electric starts at just $29,500

The Hyundai Ioniq, America's "greenest car", will start at just $29,500. After incentives, it may cost less than $20,000 in certain states.
by Mitja RutnikFebruary 15, 2017

Hyundai’s all-electric IONIQ is reportedly coming to the US this week

After a long wait, Hyundai’s all-electric IONIQ may finally come to the US this week according to a Hyundai executive Mike O-Brien.
by Brian ReighFebruary 8, 2017

Hyundai to release eco-friendly vehicles with in-wheel motors by 2020

Hyundai will commercialize the world’s first eco-friendly vehicles with in-wheel motors, minimizing power loss and reducing vehicle weight.
by Scott Adam GordonJanuary 19, 2017

This could be Hyundai’s electric SUV set to be released in 2018

The image you see here is allegedly Hyundai’s upcoming battery-based electric vehicle, this time in the form of a small SUV.
by Brian ReighJanuary 16, 2017
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