One out of every three vehicles sold in Norway was a fully electric car last year.
In a win-win-win for electric car owners, developers are working on batteries that cost less, last longer and charge faster.
The company says it wants to "make the electric car affordable for millions of people."
Today's electric cars still need to rely on power grids to be juiced up. Therein lies a problem.
Electric vehicles are on a roll in China with half a million of them sold last year in the country. That’s 10 times more than in 2014. Nor is the market in electric vehicles going to slow down in the
Tax cuts and subsidies mean that taxpayers need to pick up some of the tab on EV purchases.