Starting next year, consumers buying used electric vehicles from car dealers could save up to $4,000 under a new U.S. law. But their choices — at least in the near term — could be slim.
The rarefied world of exotics such as Rolls-Royce, McLaren and Maserati is taking careful steps to change with the times. Rivian and Lucid are entering the sphere.
Rolls-Royce will launch its first electric vehicle — a two-door coupe — late next year. A battery-powered crossover is likely to follow by mid-decade.
After a history of big, gas-guzzling cars, Bentley is going green.
Charting the changes for Aston Martin