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Extended-Range Electric Vehicles

General Motors' 2014 Cadillac ELR (Extended Range Electric) luxury coupe will arrive with sound-neutralizing technology that tunes out background noise when the car switches from the electric motor to the gas motor.

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2014-MY Expands Fleets' OEM Green Options

The 2014 model-year will see all-new hybrid, electric, extended-range electric, compressed natural gas (CNG), diesel, and even some highly fuel-efficient gasoline models.

Cadillac Debuts 2014 ELR Extended-Range EV in Detroit

The ELR is based on GM’s Converj concept and integrates the automaker's Extended Range Electric Vehicle (EREV) technology into a Cadillac platform. GM said it plans to begin ELR production in the U.S. in late 2013 and begin selling it in early 2014.

2013 Chevrolet Volt Boosts EV Range to 38 Miles

DETROIT – General Motors has boosted the electric charge range, and consequently the miles-per-gallon equivalent (MPGe) on the 2013-MY Chevrolet Volt. The new charge range is 38 miles, increasing MPGe from 94 to 98, and the total range for the vehicle to 380 miles.

Verizon Teams Up with VIA Motors for Extended Range EV Technology

INDIANAPOLIS – Verizon and VIA Motors announced they will collaborate to develop and demonstrate plug-in electric work vehicles using VIA’s proprietary eREV (extended range electric vehicle) technology and evaluate the technology for possible wide scale application into Verizon’s fleet.

PG&E Joins VIA Motors in Unveiling Plug-in Hybrid Truck

DETROIT -- Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) joined VIA Motors at the North American International Auto Show to unveil an extended-range electric pickup truck designed for utilities and other businesses whose field employees need access to a power source.