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Ford to sell all-electric Transit cargo vans in the US
Ford is bringing an all-electric version of its best-selling cargo van to North America. The electric version of the Transit, which is currently available in gasoline- and diesel-powered versions, will be available in the United States and Canada in 2021.
This tiny electric car looks like a washing machine and costs $6 600 US
French automaker Citroën has unveiled the Ami, a tiny electric car that's designed from the outset to be as cheap as possible. The car isn't very fast and it looks a bit like a washing machine, but it only costs €6,000, or the equivalent of about $6,600.
New initiative brings expertise to Montreal fleet managers looking to electrify light duty trucks
Turnkey program funded by Québec government aims to electrify 50 trucks in Montreal area and could be eventually expanded to include all of Québec and Canada.
Tesla tells Model Y RWD buyers to ‘prepare for delivery’
Tesla is starting to tell people who pre-ordered the Model Y Long Range RWD, a version not yet available to order, to “prepare for delivery” just a few days after confirming deliveries of the higher-end versions of the electric SUV.As we reported earlier this week, Tesla is starting to confirm Model Y deliveries to customers for next month after starting low-volume production in January.
Lordstown electric pickup to use in-wheel motors. A good idea?
Lordstown Motors, the startup headed by Workhorse CEO Steve Burns, is building an electric pickup called the Endurance at a former GM factory in Lordstown, Ohio. The Endurance is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2020 at a base price of $52,500.