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Hyundai Considers Battery Leasing & Reuse Strategy To Reduce EV Prices
Electric cars are still very new, and there are many emerging strategies to make them more compelling and affordable.
Kia unveils a roadmap for a shift to electrified vehicles, including 11 new EVs by 2026
Kia announced an update to its Plan S mid- to long-term roadmap at the company’s 2021 CEO Investor Day event. The new strategy features a renewed emphasis on the transition from ICE vehicles to electrified models.
Retrofitting EV chargers into a multifamily building: the merits of a 100-per-cent EV-ready approach
In a series of articles on how to make the built environment EV-ready, Brendan McEwan looks at innovative approaches and incentive programs to best retrofit existing multifamily buildings for EV charging
Google Maps can now route Canadian EV drivers past charging stations
Electric vehicles are, if you hadn’t noticed, becoming much more prevalent on our roads, but as more people buy these things, more drivers are going to realize there isn’t much infrastructure yet to support them. Google realizes this, and is now doing its part to try and make EV ownership a little more bearable.
2022 Bolt EUV model that Chevy calls an SUV joins an updated Bolt EV priced from $31,995 US
For 2022, the Chevrolet Bolt lineup will expand from one to two models, with a new, so-called SUV version added alongside the original hatchback. Importantly, the Bolt siblings will take on a new role as the most affordable entries in a lineup of Chevrolet electric vehicles expected to grow significantly by 2025.