As a redesigned, second-generation 2023 Niro lineup ramps up for a fall arrival at U.S. dealerships, Kia isn’t just discontinuing the first-generation Niro EV. Instead, the much-loved first-gen Niro EV, which would likely have been Green Car Repo…
In the past, it wasn’t abnormal for legacy automakers to “anti-sell” EVs, but Barra has plans to take a leap in the opposite direction.
Tesla may be the rising star of America’s automotive sector, but for the longest time, Detroit giants General Motors and Ford have held significant advantages over their younger rival. Ford and GM still tend to deliver far more vehicles per quarter than Tesla, and they also tend to earn more money than the EV maker. […]
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The coal millionaire says EVs are in short supply, so they don’t need subsidies.
Volkswagen and oil giant BP on Thursday announced a partnership to install up to 8,000 urban charging stations across Europe by 2024. The project will use VW’s Flexpole 150-kw DC fast-charging stations, which can be installed at low-voltage grid points…
The goal is to block the USPS from purchasing an excessive amount of gas-powered delivery trucks.
Following an announcement from China’s State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued a recall for over 48,000 Tesla Model 3 Performance in the United States. The recall aims to fix an issue with the high-performance vehicles’ speedometer when Track Mode is engaged. As per the NHTSA’s Safety Recall […]
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The information comes from an NHTSA document that shows replacement rates among newer Bolts are far lower, though.
Heading into the weekend, it’s time to set your sights on some top stories for EV advocacy.
Up to 4,000 additional DC fast charging points will be installed in Germany and the UK within 24 months.