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Honda's goal is to introduce 30 new EVs globally by 2030. The next one is scheduled to be revealed in January at CES 2024.

By Kristin Shaw

Honda Set to Unveil All-New Global EV Series at CES 2024

Rivian launches its first leasing program, with the R1T electric pickup now available for 24- or 36-month leases in 14 states. The automaker says it will expand the program in the future.

By Chase Bierenkoven

Rivian Launches R1T Lease Program in Select States

The 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV is one of the most sought-after new electric cars, and we jumped on the chance to buy one for our long-term fleet.

By Rex Tokeshi-Torres

We Bought a 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV for Our Long-Term Fleet!

Which EVs have the best electric car range? The EPA provides range estimates for every electric vehicle, but they don't test EV range in the real world -- and Edmunds does. Read all the latest real-world EV test results from the Edmunds experts.

By Jonathan Elfalan

Edmunds Tested: Electric Car Range and Consumption

The all-electric EX30 is the newest SUV from Volvo. It’s tiny, but stylish, desirable and a great value.

By Alistair Weaver

2025 Volvo EX30 First Drive: When Less Is More

Originally planned to start around $30,000, the Chevrolet Equinox EV's introductory price now begins at $34,995.

By Cameron Rogers

Chevrolet Drops Equinox EV Standard Pack; Price Now Starts at $34,995

Infiniti revealed four new models at Tokyo Motor Show 2023, including its first EV, previewed by the Qe concept sedan.

By Karl Brauer

Infiniti Electrifies Its Lineup at Tokyo Motor Show 2023

Breaking up is hard to do; GM and Honda have ended their partnership to build affordable EVs. The Japanese automaker unveiled its new Prelude concept to ease the pain.

By Kristin Shaw

Honda Reveals Prelude Hybrid Concept and Cancels EV Plans with GM

The Department of Justice is probing Tesla's range, Autopilot and Full Self-Driving claims, according to documents the automaker filed with the SEC.

By Cameron Rogers

The Department of Justice Is Probing Tesla's Range and Autopilot Claims

The Fisker Ocean's most accessible trims have become more expensive, but shoppers still have a few weeks to lock in the lower rate.

By Chase Bierenkoven

Fisker Lowers the Price of Top Ocean Extreme, but Others Are More Expensive

General Motors has delayed the production of the Chevy Silverado EV and GMC Sierra EV at one of its plants in Michigan by a year from the end of 2024 to the end of 2025.

By Nick Yekikian

Report: GMC Sierra EV and Chevy Silverado EV Production at Michigan Plant Delayed

Kia took a step further into its electric future with the debut of three new models: the EV5, Concept EV3 and Concept EV4.

By Clint Simone

Kia Unveils Three New Electric Models, Says EV Lineup Will Start at $35,000

Our long-term 2022 Rivian R1T came to a halt one day without warning. We had it towed and later found a faulty inverter was the source of our frustration.

By Alberto Hernandez

Our Long-Term 2022 Rivian R1T Quits Without Warning

We drove the 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 for a year and found it to be well-suited for urban commuting (even if it wasn't perfect). Read for our editors' final thoughts.

By Alberto Hernandez

One Year With the 2021 Volkswagen ID.4: Range, Charging and Daily Driving

Honda finally gets into the electric vehicle game in a real way with its first mass-market EV, the 2024 Prologue. Though the badge says Honda, there's a lot of GM here as the vehicle rides on a platform and battery sourced from the Americans. The Prologue will offer around 300 miles of range from single motor variants, while the dual-motor all-wheel drive versions will offer better performance. Inside, the 11.3-inch infotainment touchscreen is powered by Honda's Google built-in multimedia system and it feels like it has more interior room than competitors like the Tesla Model Y and Hyundai Ioniq 5.

By Brian Wong

2024 Honda Prologue First Look: Honda's First Mass-Market U.S. EV Has Arrived