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How It Works: Making sense of EV specifications
So you’re considering an electric car – say, for example, the Nissan Leaf Plus. It has a 160-kW electric motor, a 62-kWh lithium-ion battery, 6.6-kW onboard charger, it fast-charges up to 100 kW, has an estimated 363-km range, and it’s rated at 2.2 Le/100 km in combined city/highway driving.
After 12 years, Mitsubishi kills the i-MiEV electric car
It must be canceling season in Japan right now. First we found out the shocking news that Honda is withdrawing from Formula 1 at the end of 2021. Now, it's the Mitsubishi i-MiEV electric vehicle's turn.
Tesla Model Y Glass Roof Blows Off While Driving Just Moments After Delivery
On September 15, InsideEVs told our readers that the Model X was losing bits of its roof due to gluing issues with these parts. We hoped Tesla would reinforce quality control and solve this matter once and for all, but that does not seem to be the case after what happened to a Model Y. Getting back home right after delivery, it became a convertible. Not because his owner took it to a body shop but rather because "the entire glass roof just blew off."
NRCan seeks local organizations to manage projects in latest EV-infrastructure RFP
Funding will go to third-party organizations — provincial and municipal governments and non-profits, in particular — that are able to co-fund and administer payouts to recipients installing urban and suburban EV chargers.
How to install an electric vehicle charger in your home
If you’re thinking of installing an EV charger at home, or at your business, you might benefit from a few things I learned in the process of buying, installing, and using mine for the past two years.