As we start off 2021 and gaze into the automotive future, electric cars are all over it. In August, 2020 electric vehicle (EV) sales had already reached 1.6 million in the US. Tesla, currently the only all-electric vehicle manufacturer in the US market, sold 499,550 cars in 2020. That’s a considerable increase from the 367,500... Continue Reading →
The Fisker Karma is back, in a new incarnation—the Fisker Revero. Read our impressions of the new (but largely the same) Karma, here in our review.
What a year it’s been! Anyone involved or interested in the car world has been treated to exciting new vehicles, amazing car commercials, and riveting car news over the past 12 months. And of course, we’ve had a rollercoaster of a year in TRED – it’s been another year of happy customers, new developments and... Continue Reading →
[responsive_youtube qlTA3rnpgzU] Ideas can move mountains, and Solar Roadways just might be one of them. The idea is to replace roads with solar panels, and it is not new. However, recently a small start up has created a convincing case, and its crowd funding campaign has gone viral. Aside from the solar technology, road panels... Continue Reading →
Electric Vehicles ("EV's") are getting cheaper, faster and more useful everyday. So why is Washington state missing out on so many of them? According to the NYTimes, EV's are outperforming their gasoline cousins! Jim Motavalli, a regular contributor to the NYTimes, Car Talk, and plugincars.com, and a man with 'in seat' experience in countless green... Continue Reading →
Diesels? Hybrids? Electric Cars? It’s a constant debate-- which route to go in when purchasing a new vehicle. We see them on the road, and of course, there are plenty of marketing stories, fabricated by OEM’s, enthusiasts, and the like, to make us think one is better than the other. But what do consumers want?... Continue Reading →