New electric cars in 2018 spark need for more charging stations
With automakers hoping to put tens of thousands of new electric vehicles on American roads this year, the nation's nascent charging system needs to grow up fast.
Tesla is gearing up to deliver thousands of its new mass-market Model 3 electric cars per week. General Motors is already selling thousands of its Bolt electric cars per month; Nissan is poised to begin sales of its redesigned Leaf electric car at a similar rate; and other battery-operated cars are on the way.
More: Follow USA TODAY Money and Tech on Facebook
More: Considering an electric vehicle? Here's what you should know
More:... read more
- 06:50 Trump: 'Crazy' Biden would go down crying if he assaulted me
- 02:05 Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo on Steven Souza Jr. injury:...
- 01:41 Dougherty: Same old, same old for Packers in free agency
- 00:53 Trump targets China as US businesses await backlash
- 00:22 White House issues threat over leaked Trump briefing papers
- 22:39 Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Zack Greinke’s latest tune-up goes...
- 21:29 Austin residents relieved, but still searching for answers
- 21:17 Dougherty: Same old, same old for Packers in free agency
- 20:14 Phoenix Suns' Alex Len sees his time in Valley 'probably' coming to...
- 19:41 Moore: How will ASU's 'NFL model' affect star wide receiver N'Keal...