Looking at the latest electric vehicles sales, it’s clear plug-in cars are gaining traction in the United States. Plug-in EVs are up 50 percent in 2014 after a furious 90 percent improvement in May over the segment’s 2013 numbers. The surge in demand is likely a product of increased awareness about carbon emissions as well as improved products from automakers.
Telsa proved electric cars can be sexy, long-range machines that provide thrills for drivers and comfort for passengers. To get a piece of the action and ensure their high-emissions performance cars can sell in the U.S., luxury brands from BMW to Mercedes Benz are introducing their own all-electric models in 2014. These cars only tell part of the story. Tales of a car with 1,000 miles of range and an affordable model able to cover 200 miles are headlining exciting and curoius EV stories this year. Here are seven new electric vehicles to watch.
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