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Volkswagen Goes For The Electric Nürburgring Record
This summer, the Pikes Peak record-setting I.D. R will try to reach a higher average speed around the Nürburgring than the current EV champion NIO EP9's 115 mph.
Toyota Will Team Up With Panasonic On High Capacity EV Batteries
Japanese corporate giants Toyota Motor and Panasonic are joining forces to face the growing demand for plug-in vehicles. According to Nikkei, their plan is to launch a joint venture for battery manufacturing as soon as 2020.
Petro Canada starts deploying its own electric vehicle chargers at gas stations
Petro Canada, formerly a state-owned oil company in Canada but now part of Suncor, becomes the latest oil company to get involved in electric vehicle charging.
GM CEO Mary Barra says ‘stay tuned’ about something to compete with Tesla Pickup truck
When asked about doing an electric pickup truck to compete with Tesla’s upcoming pickup, GM CEO Mary Barra gave a great non-answer that would make politicians proud, but she did tease us with a ‘stay tuned’.
2020 Hyundai Ioniq: First look at refreshed interior, new features
Although the Hyundai Ioniq lineup of hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric models has only been for sale in the U.S. for about two years, this rival to the Toyota Prius is already due for some significant changes later this year, for what will be its third model year.