Priligy online now, save money
Automobiles

Car2go Launches All-Electric Car Sharing Program in San Diego


Car2go, a car sharing company owned by Daimler, is launching North America's first completely all-electric car sharing program in San Deigo by the end of very good site cheap 25mg levitra this year.

Car2go has successfully started car sharing programs in four major cities in the U.S. that include Smart Fortwo gas engine cars, but the new San Diego program will consist of 300 Smart Fortwo plug-in EVs all equipped with solar roofs that can go 84 miles per charge.

Luckily, participants in the program won't have to search for a charging station because 1,000 Blink EV charging stations are due to be installed in the city by the end of the year as well.

Car2go is a free-floating car sharing service that allows its members to spontaneously rent cars without fixed pick-up and discount drug levitra return times or locations -- kind of like a bike share program, but with cars.

via Engadget

 

Toyota to Introduce All-Electric Scion iQ Next Year


Now that Toyota has dominated the hybrid market for a decade, the automaker is finally coming out with an all-electric in the U.S. to compete with other leading automakers' offerings.  At a dealer meeting in Las Vegas, Toyota announced that it will launch the Scion iQ sometime next year.

The Scion iQ is known as the similar viagra Toyota iQ outside the U.S. and has existed as a super efficient gasoline engine car in other countries for a few years now.  The urban ultra compact EV will be a small four-passenger car that will have a 50 mile range, good for those who just need to get around town.

The car has a 3+1 seating arrangement to optimize seating room within the small car.  Because of its smaller size, it will be interesting to viagra delivered overnight see how much lower it's priced compared to something like the LEAF, since we've recently seen that when it comes to EVs, price seens to be the biggest factor of all.

Through its partnership with Tesla, Toyota will be coming out with an all-electric RAV4 in 2012 as well.

via Treehugger
 

Nissan LEAF Outselling Chevy Volt


The Nissan LEAF and Chevy Volt launched around the same time, both offering American drivers electric vehicle options.  Automobile magazine decided to see which car was most capturing the consumers' attention and the we recommend cheap viagra soft LEAF came out as the clear winner so far.  Nissan has sold 3,875 LEAFs so far in 2011 while Chevy has sold 2,745 Volts.

One would assume that the combination of all-electric and gasoline engine like the Volt offers would be more desirable to drivers right now since electric charging infrastructure is slowly expanding, but it seems that a price difference of $8,000 is a bigger factor. The LEAF costs $32,780 before tax incentives and rebates while the Volt starts at $41,000.

These sales numbers only reflect six months of selling levitra online activity, but this could be a great sign for automakers getting ready to release all-electric models, especially since these sell numbers include the production setback Nissan faced after the tsunami that hit Japan in March.  Nissan expects to canadian healthcare deliver 10,000 - 12,000 vehicles by the end of 2011.

via Automobile

 

Tesla Will Stop Producing the Roadster in Two Months


It's the electric car that we all covet.  It's high performing, long-range, gorgeously designed, crazy expensive, and about to be discontinued. It's being reported that in mere months, Tesla will stop production of the Roadster to start focusing all of its attention on the upcoming Model S sedan.

"People in Europe and Japan probably have another six months to place orders for the click here cheapest prices for cialis Roadster.  In the U.S., it's maybe a month or two," said CEO Elon Musk.  So, if you're one of the lucky people destined to drive a Roadster, act now.

While it's sad to see the Roadster go, there are plenty of exciting EVs coming soon from Tesla.

The Model S is slated to launch next year, while a crossover SUV called the Model X should be revealed by the end of this year, but a production date hasn't been set.  Musk has also promised an affordable $30,000 all-electric sedan within the next five years.

via SF Gate

 

 

Denmark to 5mg levitra Pay EV Owners for Their Battery Power


Denmark will be the first country to start a program for EV owners that lets them earn money on how much does levitra cost power they feed to the grid from their charged car batteries.  An EV owner could make as much as $10,000 over the life of the car.

US-based company Nuvve chose the country as the pilot for its Vehicle-to-Grid technology because Denmark has already made a lot of smart grid improvements to cater to intermittent energy sources, like wind power.  In September, the program will start with 30 cars outfitted with drive trains that allow a bidirectional grid power connection.  Many EVs are being built with this technology.

The program should expand quickly over the following months and participating Danes can start making some cash back on their EVs.

via Cleantechnica

 

 
Start   Prev   11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20   Next   End

Page 16 of 183

Are you an EcoGeek?

We've got to keep 7 billion people happy without destroying our planet. It's the biggest challenge we've ever faced....but we're taking it on. Are you with us?




The Most Popular Articles