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Hyundai's E-Pit fast-charging template looks like a gas station
Hyundai has created a fast-charging template for electric cars with a name that evokes racing and a look that evokes current gas stations.
VW of America says its name changing was just a disaster of an April Fool's stunt
In a move intended to reflect its new push into electric vehicles, Volkswagen's US arm said Tuesday it was changing its name to "Voltswagen." Yes, really. Except, not really.
First drive review: 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV is a better Bolt
It occurs to me as I’m cruising down the highway, hands folded in my lap and eyes trained on the road ahead, that what I’m sitting in may have unwittingly committed a bit of fratricide. The all-new 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV makes an intriguing case for itself against not only competition from other automakers, but the smaller Bolt EV as well.
BRP to launch electric versions of all vehicle lines by 2026
Calling it a move that’s been “in the making for years,” the maker of Ski-Doo, Sea-Doo and Can-Am says it will invest $300 million to electrify its product lines using in-house technology, with the first models ready for the market in 2023
Toyota proves hybrids with AWD tackle snow better than almost anything
Drag racing against a 2021 Toyota Sienna minivan shouldn’t be much of a challenge for a Toyota GR Supra sports coupe, right? But what if the challenge took place on snow? With both vehicles equipped with good winter tires?