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Volkswagen works with Canadian government to develop North American battery supply chain
The Volkswagen Group and the Government of Canada have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) under which they will investigate opportunities for Canada to contribute to VW’s global and regional battery supply chains.
Harley-Davidson to re-open Del Mar electric motorcycle reservations after first round sold out
If you’ve been champing at the bit to put down a reservation for a LiveWire S2 Del Mar electric motorcycle, then we’ve got good news for you. The wait will soon be over as Harley-Davidson’s electric sub-brand LiveWire will be re-opening reservations later this month.
GM pushing 7 new EPA standards that could move US toward mass EV adoption
GM is transforming its business to meet the future of transportation by introducing a full lineup of new electric vehicles this year. With “EV for everyone,” GM is hoping it can reach the masses and speed up the transition to sustainable transportation.
Dutch students develop zero emissions car that actually captures CO₂ from the air as it drives
TU Eindhoven student team TU/ecomotive has developed a sustainable electric passenger car that captures more carbon dioxide (CO₂) than it emits while driving. It is a prototype, called Zem, that purifies the air through a special filter.
2023 Kia Sorento Hybrid starts $2,500 higher than 2022 in “optimization” of lineup
The 2023 Kia Sorento Hybrid enters the new model with what Kia calls an "optimized" trim-level lineup that effectively gives the crossover SUV a roughly $2,500 price bump.