Huge Flaws in Federal EV Tax Credit Will Hurt US Automakers Beginning in 2020

The survival of the Federal electric vehicle (EV) tax credit is a good thing for the auto industry and consumers, but several flaws in its design will give EV laggard…

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Federal EV Tax Credit: The Future is Perhaps Even More Unclear After Passage of the Senate Tax Bill

Up until this morning, there was still strong hope that Congress would not eliminate the Federal electric vehicle tax credit, but a late amendment puts the credit in significant doubt.…

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US EV Sales Trends: Bolt Up, Volt Down, Prius Prime Flat, EVs Reach 1.4% of Auto Sales

After 9 months of 2017 US electric vehicle sales, a few key trends - such as the growing sales of the Chevrolet Bolt - have come into clear focus. Trend…

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US Sales Trends for the “Big 6” EVs Through August 2017
Sales Data: InsideEVs; Chart: EVAdoption.com

US Sales Trends for the “Big 6” EVs Through August 2017

After 8 months or two-thirds of 2017, it is pretty clear that GM’s Chevrolet Bolt is finally hitting its sales stride in the US. The “Big 6” EVs - Tesla…

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Median Range for Current BEVs is 124 Miles; Bolt With Lowest Cost Per Mile of Range

The median range across the 13* currently available battery electric vehicles (BEVs) is 124 miles, while the average battery range is 173 miles, based on some new EVAdoption analysis. The average…

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