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2011 Will Be the Year 'Electric Avenue' Becomes A Reality
Frank Sherosky surveys the changes over the last year since the first 'Electric Avenue' debuted at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. - 05-Jan-2011
Bright Automotive Now Hiring for IDEA Electric Van Program
Company looking to fill 200 engineering and business development positions over the next 12 months to bring IDEA concept vehicle to market. - 05-Jan-2011
GM Licenses Argonne's Advanced Battery Cathode Material
Argonne's composite cathode material has a unique combination of lithium-and manganese-rich mixed-metal oxides in a stable materials-design approach. - 08-Jan-2011
Former GM Co-Chairman Joins Electric Scooter Leadership Team
Bob Lutz joins Lauren Flanagan as part of Current Motor’s Advisory Council. - 06-Jan-2011
EV Cup to Announce Zero Emission Vehicle Races Series for 2011
Series of electrically powered car races are scheduled for the UK and further afield. - 06-Jan-2011
President Obama Signs Bill Requiring Electric Cars Add Safety Sound
Under the law, drivers won't have to activate sounds; vehicles will do it automatically. - 08-Jan-2011
Scotts Valley Police to Patrol on Zero Electric Motorcycles
The Zero DS has a range of up to 50 miles (80 km) and is highway legal. - 06-Jan-2011
Which Electric Cars Will Be Winners in 2011?
Faith Merino offers breakdown of what the EVs of 2011 offer and which ones will take off. - 06-Jan-2011
Electric Cars Set to Chirp, Bruup and Swoosh for Safety
New law directs Secretary of Transportation to study and establish a motor vehicle safety standard that alerts blind and other pedestrians of a motor vehicle’s operation. - 06-Jan-2011
Clean Air Cars? Who Cares?
Consumer Reports survey finds only 28% of consumers think 'environmentally friendly/green" is a top consideration when buying a car. - 06-Jan-2011