EV-related movies and TV shows
Our friends at Plug In America compiled this list of EV-related movies and TV shows available or streaming
Who Killed the Electric Car?
This 2006 documentary film explains the rise and fall of GM’s EV1, the first mass-produced all-electric vehicle, and other EVs like the Ford Th!nk and Toyota RAV4. Passionate EV drivers rallied together in a grassroots effort to stop the vehicles from heading to the crusher and eventually formed Plug In America.
Revenge of the Electric Car
Available on Amazon Prime Video
This 2011 follow up to Who Killed the Electric Car? follows four trailblazers; Elon Musk (Telsa Motors CEO), Carlos Gosen (CEO and President of Renault of France and Nissan of Japan), Bob Luzen (Vice Chairman of GM), and Greg Abbott (Californian EV mechanic) who are fighting to bring back EVs.
Available on YouTube
There are many great EV videos available on YouTube, but one of the most popular EV web series is Fully Charged, hosted by Robert Llewellyn.
Electrified – The Current State of Electric Vehicles
Filmmaker Ryan Hunter created this 37-minute 2019 documentary that explores many aspects of EV adoption. It also includes interviews with Plug In America co-founders Chelsea Sexton and Paul Scott.
And We Go Green
Available on Hulu
This 2019 documentary film, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, focuses on the rise of Formula E electric car racing. Formula E is capturing the eyes of millions while showing spectators that EVs are high-performance vehicles.
Top Gear USA
Season 4, Episode 7: Fully Charged
Available on Hulu
In this episode of the popular car series, the hosts take a look at three of the best-selling electric cars.
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