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Harley-Davidson LiveWire electric motorcycle now available for pre-orders
Hell announced an unprecedented coat of frost this week, as Harley-Davidson began taking orders for the LiveWire, its first electric production motorcycle. The 2020 LiveWire is now available for US dealer pre-orders at a starting MSRP of $29,799. Deliveries to the US are expected to begin this fall.
Every Tenth BMW Sold In UK Was Electrified In 2018
BMW reports that in 2018, the demand for electric and petrol/electric models increased by over 25% in the UK. In result, more than 17,000 electrified BMW were sold, which is 1/10th of the brand’s total volume (172,048).
Audi is going to unveil a small electric SUV to compete with Tesla Model Y
Audi is planning to unveil a small all-electric SUV at the Geneva auto show in March. The vehicle is expected to compete with Tesla Model Y, which is also expected to be unveiled around the same time.
Hyundai unveils automated charging and parking system concept
Hyundai and Kia have released a video featuring a proposed system that would relocate fully charged EVs from charging stations and allow waiting vehicles to charge.
Sales of electric cars soar but Canada still nowhere near 500,000 goal set in 2009
More electric cars were sold in Canada in 2018 than in the previous three years combined, but they still accounted for about two per cent of all vehicles sold