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U.S. Democratic senator reveals US$462-billion program to get Americans into EVs
The U.S.’ Senate Minority Leader, Chuck Schumer, is moving Democrats’ climate talk to where the rubber meets the road, proposing a US$462-billion trade-in program to get millions of Americans out of climate-damaging gas vehicles and into electric or hybrid cars over the next decade.
This concept looks to the future as Lexus builds BEV for 2020
This year's Tokyo auto show just got underway in Japan, and in keeping with the zeitgeist, there are plenty of new electric vehicles at the show. However, like the annual Frankfurt auto show, seeing some of the debuts can be frustrating from a US perspective. For example, Mazda has a cool new battery EV—with suicide doors—but like the cute Honda E there are no plans to bring it to America.
Report: Hummer even more likely to come back as an EV brand
GM is looking to enter the EV truck game and could revive the Hummer name as a premium electric brand, according to new reports that back up speculation first posited this summer.
The first North American Polestar dealership will be in Montreal
Volvo’s tuning-arm-turned-full-EV-manufacturer, Polestar, is opening its first dealership in North America. The location chosen for the premiere store? Montreal.
Plug In America releases Used EV Buyers Guide
Although new EVs still cost considerably more to buy than comparable legacy vehicles, we’re seeing more and more articles arguing that the total cost of ownership, considering savings on fuel and maintenance, is actually lower. However, such arguments are moot for car buyers whose budget won’t cover any new car.