Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf drivers will soon be able to drive on sunshine.
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In the Captain Obvious finding of the day, the LA Times surmised electric cars weren't really charging through the market as some last year had anticipated they would.
We reported earlier this year that General Motors would be adding a new driving mode to its Chevrolet Volt for model year 2013, as well as increasing the electric car's EV-only range from 35 miles to 38 miles.
While traveling through a metropolitan area, spotting a bus or commercial vehicle powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) isn’t too difficult.