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Friday 3 December 2021

BMW thinks its futuristic 120 kmh electric scooter will corner the US market

When BMW first debuted its futuristic concept electric scooter last year, it looked like a lofty design experiment without much chance for a real future.

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Wednesday 1 December 2021

The SWFT VOLT: A minimalist e-bike with a price to match

So far, the two e-bikes I've looked at on Ars have been targeting the high end: expensive components and a carefully thought-through riding experience.

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Tuesday 30 November 2021

2023 Kia Niro: EV, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid versions return in redesigned model

Kia has provided a first look at a redesigned, second-generation Niro, plus a nod that this sustainability-focused crossover will again be offered in hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and fully electric versions starting next year.

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Monday 29 November 2021

Nissan unveils EV concepts, promises 23 new electrified models by 2030

Nissan announced its Ambition 2030 program in Yokohama today, charging ahead with its long-term vision of electrified vehicles and technological innovations.

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Saturday 27 November 2021

America’s rush to EVs might kill the entire Canadian auto parts business

“This discriminatory action” could be the “death knell” of the Canadian auto industry .

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