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2021 Ford Transit Electric Van: Everything We Know
Ford intends to introduce in Europe the new all-electric Transit van in 2021 and says it will be a “volume launch”. The prototype of the Ford Transit Electric was presented yesterday at the “Go Further” event in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
EV Comparison: 2019 Chevrolet Bolt vs Hyundai Kona EV
We’re an odd pair, don’t you think, Clayton, to be testing two mid-priced, fairly smallish, hardly-scintillating electric hatchbacks. After all, the Tesla forums have me pegged as a supercar-driving troglodyte who drinks fossil fuel for breakfast, while you, my young anachronism, drive a, what is it, 1959 Chevrolet Suburban only slightly smaller — and thirstier — than an Abrams tank.
Install your own Charging Station at your condo
Living in a condo has long been an important obstacle to the conversion to electric motor power. This period is now over with an evolutionary technology produced and marketed by the company RVE of Laval, the DCC condo.
10,000 Electric Cars Registered In Norway This Month: Half Are Tesla
5,000 Tesla, including 4,500 Model 3. According to the latest registration data (as of the end of March 28, 2019), new all-electric car registrations in Norway already reached 10,000 for the month (probably including a three-digit number of imported used BEVs).
The next-gen Smart will be built and engineered by China’s Geely
Parent company Daimler will split the brand 50-50 with Geely, while Mercedes-Benz will build its own new compact EV.