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All-new Subaru Solterra premieres at SVEM
The highly anticipated Subaru Solterra will be presented to the public for the first time in Canada at the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show.
GM’s “fuel cell power cubes” could replace diesel and gas generators
Automakers have invested big bucks in fuel cells over the past few years, and they’d probably be glad to find some viable applications for the technology. GM is developing ways to apply its Hydrotec fuel cell technology to power generation.
2023 Kia Sportage Plug-In Hybrid: 52 Km electric range chases RAV4 Prime, Escape PHEV
With the low-slung EV6 electric car just about to start reaching customers, Kia has just rolled out more U.S. details for a compact SUV that could serve as a gateway to going electric: the 2023 Kia Sportage Plug-In Hybrid.
A Look At Emerging Motorcycle Powertrain Technologies
While the world is technically going to hell in a handbasket—it’s heating up, gasoline prices are at an all-time high, there’s political…unrest, as well as a never-ending pandemic—it’s not all doom and gloom. The motorcycling industry is gearing up for the future Syd Mead promised decades ago: futuristic EV motorcycles and those made using sustainable practices and fuels.
GM could scrap Chevy Bolt nameplate, even if the EV lives on
Here’s a question to ponder. General Motors this week announced a US$6.5-billion investment in electric-vehicle assembly and battery production in Michigan that includes, among other things, converting the Chevrolet Bolt plant to making electric pickup trucks. So, does this mean the Bolt is marked for death?