Best-Selling Electric Vehicles
2023 was a great year for electric car sales, with over a million new EVs being sold in the U.S. for the first time. The best-sellers list contains many familiar names – and also a few surprises.
Which Electric Cars Have the Best Range in Winter?
If you live in a cold climate and are considering an electric vehicle, it’s important to know some EVs perform better than others in cold temperatures. Features like heat pumps and pre-heating can make a huge difference in real-world range when compared to EPA estimates. Which EVs performed best?
2024's Hottest New Electric Cars
2023 was a record year for electric car sales in America, and 2024 is going to be even bigger, thanks to even more new models coming to dealerships. Here are the EVs we are most excited about.
Which Electric Cars Beat EPA Range Estimates?
Thinking about buying an electric car but worried about range? Consumer Reports recently tested over 20 EVs and found that many of them actually exceeded EPA range estimates, even when driven at high speeds on the freeway. Which ones?
Hyundai's Latest Ioniq 5 Is a 650-hp Track-Bred Monster
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is one of our favourite EVs for its combination of features, practicality, and value. Now, it's also one of the most exciting performance EVs, thanks to the new 650-hp Ioniq 5 N.
Used Electric Cars are More Affordable Than Ever
With demand slowing for electric cars due to high interest rates and concerns about charging, there are some great EV deals to be had out there. The best deals are for used EVs, whose prices have dropped by thousands in the last year. What are the best EV deals? Read on to find out.
Hyundai Slashes Prices for Ioniq 6 by $4,100
The Hyundai Ioniq 6 is one of our favourite EVs, thanks to its gorgeous styling, ultra-fast charging, and impressive range. A recent price drop makes this Tesla Model 3 competitor even more attractive for 2024.
Hyundai Will Adopt Tesla NACS Standard From Q4 2024
Hyundai is the latest automaker to announce its North American models will adopt the Tesla NACS charging port. Starting in late 2024, drivers of Hyundai EVs will have access to over 12,000 Tesla superchargers. The company will also offer adapters for its existing owners.