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Next Nissan Leaf EV will hit 200 miles, just like Chevy Bolt, Tesla Model 3

Two hundred miles miles in an EV may be the new normal for affordable EVs, not 80-100 miles.So that makes the upcoming Chevrolet Bolt, Tesla Model 3, and Nissan Leaf all delivering 200 miles on a charge.

Is California sticking it to Tesla for selling so many EVs (and selling the emissions credits)?

Is California sticking it to Tesla for selling so many EVs (and selling the emissions credits)? The success of Tesla at selling zero-emissions electric vehicles has the state of California pondering whether it should raise the fraction of cars that must be zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs) in the future.It sounds good, but for Tesla it’s bad, because the move could limit or devalue the emissions credits that Tesla so profitably sells.

Tesla P100D Ludicrous: 315-mile range or 0-60 in 2.5 seconds. Choose one.

Tesla P100D Ludicrous: 315-mile range or 0-60 in 2.5 seconds. Choose one. The P100D has a 100 kilowatt hour lithium ion battery; Tesla’s previous top battery measured 90 kWh.The P100D is the first production electric vehicle with a range of more than 300 miles.

No free lunch: Tesla Model 3 owners will pay for Supercharger access

No free lunch: Tesla Model 3 owners will pay for Supercharger access The lower-cost Tesla Model 3 will likely lose a perk of Model S and Model X ownership: free charging at Tesla’s network of Supercharger sites.Discussion of pay-to-charge for Model 3 owners kicked up a notch with the discovery this week of non-implemented code on Tesla.

With Chevrolet Bolt, the new normal for EVs will be 200+ miles range, $30K base price

With Chevrolet Bolt, the new normal for EVs will be 200+ miles range, $30K base price The Chevrolet Bolt EV will match or exceed the Tesla Model 3 on key specs when it goes on sale late this year.The entry point for competitiveness will likely be at least 200 miles range and $30,000 base price after tax credit.

Meet the VW ID electric car: 300-plus mile range in 2020, self-driving by 2025

Meet the VW ID electric car: 300-plus mile range in 2020, self-driving by 2025 By 2025, the VW ID will be self-driving, the company says.The VW ID motor configuration will be arranged like the BMW i3 (and unlike the Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Bolt), with the engine driving the rear, not front, wheels.

Top tech cars of the 2016 Paris Motor Show

Top tech cars of the 2016 Paris Motor Show Here are the top cars of the biennial Mondial de l’Automobile, with a focus on models that will make it to North America.And either would work fine in Paris, which bans non-EVs from motoring about the first Sunday of each month.