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2014 Electric Cars in Production and Today's EV News

Volkswagen XL1 Electric Diesel Hybrid gets close to 300MPG

The Volkswagen XL1(April) - The VW XLI is one of the most efficient production cars in the known universe. With a two-cylinder TDI Clean Diesel engine, an electric motor, lithium-ion battery pack and seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, the Volkswagen XL1 plug-in hybrid will travel on an astounding 0.9 L/100 km, while emitting just 24 g/km C02. And with a sleek and sporty, lightweight design, it’s clear that the XL1 is the most amount of fun, on the least amount of fuel. Video and Photos
How to Get a BMW i3 Electric Car for Just $18 a Month: Use Teslanomics
(April 11) - Automakers are always trying to find new ways to make their cars look cheaper to buy — and Tesla is no exception. But what happens when you take other plug-in cars and use the same Tesla logic to advertise them? Complete Story

Henry Ford’s Wife Wouldn’t Drive Ford Model T, Kept Her Electric Car(April 11) - Electric cars are much simpler, cleaner, safer, and nicer to drive. Henry Ford’s wife knew this, as did many women of the early 20th century. Clara Ford apparently wouldn’t drive the Model T. She stuck to her electric car instead, a 1914 Detroit Electric. Complete Story
A Japanese Company Is Building An Electric Car That Can Survive A Tsunami
(April 10) - A small tech firm in Japan says it has designed an electric car capable of tackling both land and sea. Sort of. If FOMM Corporation's claims pan out, consumers will be able to drive one of its Concept One electric cars off the showroom floor and straight into a flood, for $9,000. Complete Story

GM Confirms Future Investment in Electric Cars, Promises Two Future Models
(April 10) - As predicted earlier this week, General Motors has confirmed a new round of investment in advanced technologies ahead of the market debut of the next-generation Chevrolet Volt worth a total of $449 million. Complete Story

What are the Tax Credits for Electric and Plugin Hybrids

Federal Tax Credit for Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicles (EVs) purchased in or after 2014 may be eligible for a federal income tax credit of up to $7,500. The credit amount will vary based on the capacity of the battery used to fuel the vehicle.  Small neighborhood electric vehicles do not qualify for this credit
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