EV WORLD ARCHIVES: 2000-2016
Over the last nearly decade and a half, EV World.Com has amassed a huge digital repository of stories, interviews, audio files, videos, newswire links, and much more. You can access much of this information starting with the top level directories below or using the Archive drop-down menu above.




2338 NEWS ITEMS ARCHIVED IN 2011

Vectrix Introduces VX-2 Electric Motor Scooter
The Vectrix VX-2 is capable of speeds up to 30 mph and has a range of 40 to 55 mile. - 14-Jan-2011

Promise to Convert White House Vehicle Fleet to Plug-Ins Still Unkept
Presidential campaign pledge now more than one year past its self-imposed deadline. - 14-Jan-2011

Venturi Seeks to Create Big Electric Car Buzz
Venturi hopes to ramp up to produce larger numbers of electric vehicles with industry partners it will announce throughout the year. - 14-Jan-2011

Chevy Volt: An Electric Car with Backup
Associated Press reporter Ann Job shares her impressions of the Chevy Volt electric hybrid. - 14-Jan-2011

Venturi Automobiles to Make Ohio State University Its N. American Home
Monaco-based firm will establish offices and manufacturing space in Columbus, Ohio for the newly formed Venturi North America. - 14-Jan-2011

Los Angeles Retires Last of Diesel Buses
MTA now operates nearly 2,300 alternative clean fueled buses, including one all-electric and six hybrids. - 14-Jan-2011

Can Electric Cars Save Detroit?
Despite the buzz at the Detroit auto show, sales of hybrids have been declining, which doesn't bode will for electric cars, argues John Wood. - 14-Jan-2011

BBC Reporter Gets Beat By Tesla Roadster
Incensed by BBC's reporting, British EV fan David Peilow borrows a Roadster, arrives in Edinburgh ahead of Mini-E. - 14-Jan-2011

AMP Delivers First Electric Equinox to Ohio Utility
The converted Chevy Equinox SUV features a lithium battery system, powered by two rear mounted Remy traction motors, and has range of approximately 100 miles per charge. - 14-Jan-2011

California Utility Rates Could Stall Electric Car Adoption
The state's tiered rate system means California households pay 35% more than the national average. - 17-Jan-2011

NEXT TEN HEADLINES >>>