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Ford Mustang Mach-E dethrones Tesla Model 3 as Consumer Reports’ top EV recommendation
Has a legacy automaker finally produced an EV that can challenge mighty Tesla? Consumer Reports has named the Ford Mustang Mach-E as this year’s Top Pick in the EV category, dethroning Tesla’s Model 3, which held the honor for the past two years.
Chevy Bolt and Porsche Taycan top EVs in ALG’s 2022 Canadian residual value awards
As the electric vehicle market matures, and the pool of zero-emission vehicles on the road grows, those vehicles’ residual values — what they’re worth after several years of use — also gains significance.
Over one in 20 new cars registered in Canada in 2021 were EVs
IHS Markit 2021 year-end report shows that zero-emission vehicles’ share of registrations in 2021 was a robust 5.6 percent, up from 3.8 per cent in 2020, as provinces with EV sales incentives led the way.
Ram's upcoming EV will come in a range-extender version, too
Most of America’s major truck manufacturers are working feverishly on an all-electric pickup, with efforts spewing forth from GM, Ford, and Rivian (and yes, Elon fans, Tesla — eventually). Notably absent from the EV table is Ram, though a conversation at last week’s Chicago Auto Show may have given insight as to why that is so.
Our Next Energy tests 1 210 Km battery pack in a Tesla Model S
A two-year-old Michigan startup, Our Next Energy (ONE), has built a custom battery pack that recently propelled a modified Tesla Model S for 752 miles (1 210 Km). John Voelcker, writing in Car and Driver, reports that ONE retrofitted the car with a pack that stores twice the energy of Tesla’s original, and fits in exactly the same space.