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2022 BMW iX revealed: 300-mile electric SUV is a family-size tech flagship
The BMW iNext electric SUV has been teased numerous times, but on Wednesday we finally got the first details of the production version, along with confirmation that the name will be shortened to BMW iX for the SUV's launch in late 2021, likely as a 2022 model.
Ford says E-Transit vans will meet growing demand for electric delivery services
Ahead of the reveal of its E-Transit electric van, Ford released results of a survey showing that many consumers want delivery services to use electric vehicles.
A battery manufacturing blueprint for Canada
Battery manufacturing is a cornerstone of an accelerating global industrial transformation. Canada has the means to be a North American leader, but only if it acts now.
Did you clue in on these 5 'moonshot' Easter eggs on the '22 Hummer EV?
The Hummer is back, but not in the oil-burning military guise we’re used to seeing. The mental image the new, silent battery-powered truck will conjure up will no longer be a hulking military tank sitting next to a man with a bean shave and a cigar clenched between his teeth; it will now be a tableau of a flower, growing in a crater on the surface of the moon, or something like that. Probably.
SUV Review: 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime XSE
You have to hand it to Toyota. Despite most every other global manufacturer, big and small, bringing all-electric models to market, the mighty Japanese automaker has, some would charge stubbornly, refused to embrace the gas-free technology.