As The EV Landscape Changes, So Do The Ads

Credit to Author: Stuart Ungar| Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2023 23:00:15 +0000

Chevrolet’s “EVs for Everyone” ad starts with a woman’s voice saying, “It’s beautiful,” as she walks over to a Chevy Bolt EUV in the middle of a pastoral field as she gets ready for her hiking adventure, and then it promptly cuts away to a couple of men loading up a Chevy Silverado EV with […]

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The Names of Leading Electric Cars

Credit to Author: Stuart Ungar| Date: Mon, 02 May 2022 02:50:40 +0000

What’s in a name?   Vehicle names have always been an important part of the mobility mystique. Fodder for songs: “Little Red Corvette” by Prince, “Roadrunner” by The Modern Lovers, and “Red Barchetta” by Rush, just to name a few. One could argue that a good name sets the stage for a good overall experience and […]

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We Should Thank The GM EV1 (And Its Death) For Tesla

Credit to Author: Guest Contributor| Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2020 04:40:17 +0000

Considering how much major automakers are struggling to develop their own commercially viable EVs and catch up with Tesla, it’s ironic that several of these brands did produce EVs back in the 1990s, but cancelled those models, leaving the field wide open for the California upstart

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The Nobel Prize, Exxon & The Beginning Of A Battery Revolution

Credit to Author: Guest Contributor| Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2019 20:10:56 +0000

Tesla Service Cars JRR | CleanTechnicaIt would be hard to think of any technology more critical to today’s technological wonders than the lithium-ion battery, which is found in everything from tiny hearing aids to giant power plants. Three pioneers of our “rechargeable world” — John Goodenough, Stanley Whittingham, and Akira Yoshino — have now won a well-deserved Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work in developing lithium-ion energy storage technology (as reported by Bloomberg)

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