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Why did Porsche go to the trouble of designing an 800 V Taycan EV?
Porsche took on a considerable engineering challenge when it decided to design an 800 V EV system for the Taycan, because nearly every other hybrid and EV in the world operates at 400 V or less. There simply was not a wide range of high-voltage off-the-shelf parts that have been rigorously tested for the high demands of the automotive world (operating every day, in any climate on earth, for 10 to 15 years without issue). So, Porsche reportedly worked very closely with suppliers to design and qualify everything from the power semiconductors to the insulation.
5 things you need to know about the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E
Ford is hoping to win over Mustang fans and EV buyers alike with its new electric crossover — here's the company's game plan
Canadian zero emission vehicle sales down, market share up, in latest quarter
Zero emission vehicles now make up 3.5 per cent of all passenger vehicles sold in Canada, according to Electric Mobility Canada’s just-released data for the third quarter of 2019.
Year of shared e-scooter pilots, policy reviews sets stage for wider adoption
Says one provider: “The four biggest provinces are on the precipice of moving forward. It’s all very optimistic and exciting”
Chevrolet's finally building an EV crossover... For China only
There’s hardly a car company on the planet that won’t jump at the opportunity to add another crossover or SUV to its ranks. Even the mighty Aston Martin and Ferrari are getting in on the game.