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Friday 26 July 2019

Fisker reincarnated as Karma with good, old-fashioned North American know-how

This is not a Fisker Karma. I know it looks like a Fisker Karma. Initially, I thought it was a Fisker Karma. Hell, even Fisker owners sometimes mistake it for a Karma. But it’s not a Fisker Karma.

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Tuesday 23 July 2019

Toyota To Develop Electric Cars And Batteries With BYD

Toyota to introduce in China all-electric sedans and low-floor SUVs in partnership with BYD.

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Monday 22 July 2019

The electric car revolution is coming. This is what has to happen first

These days, when a major automaker unveils an electric car it gets a lot of press. That's because electric cars are cool, special and futuristic. Someday, though, electric cars willjust be cars.

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Monday 22 July 2019

Chevrolet Corvette C8 Hybrid And Plug-In Rumors Already Swirling

A dose of electricity could improve performance and efficiency.

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Friday 19 July 2019

The cost of a new electric vehicle today is strongly influenced by its residual value tomorrow

When it comes to its cars, the City of Vancouver has long been a proponent of driving electric. It introduced EVs into its fleet in the 1970s — “little cart things,” says Amy Sidwell, the city’s manager of equipment services — bought a few more in the 1990s and it now has 120 EVs in its 1,900-vehicle fleet. It wants to cut fleet emissions by 50% by 2030 and 100% before 2050, which means many more EVs are on the way.

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