Analysts estimate that GM could be losing $49,000 on each Volt sold
Campaigning in North Carolina, Obama will also propose a tax credit for natural gas trucks
GM admits that demand isn’t keeping up with production
Volt drains power from economy, Obama’s 2012 campaign
115-year-old electric car gets same 40 miles to the charge as Chevy Volt
February sales reports show electric vehicles aren’t high on Americans’ list of priorities
We spend billions each year subsidizing the electric car market. Do those subsidies make sense?
Electric vehicle market launches in Washington with aim to reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil
It is amazing that anyone would point to the Chevy Volt as an example of how Big Government can improve lives. If anything, by subsidizing the Volt’s production, the government has acted criminally.
Thanks to a helpful hand from the government, GM is reinventing itself as a green company
Nissan Motor Co. says its Leaf electric car will cost $32,780 when it goes on sale in the U.S. at the end of the year
GM and its auto industry competitors Chrysler and Ford are lobbying for climate-change legislation