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How To Charge The Ford F-150 Lightning: Everything You Need To Know
According to Ford, 79% of F-150 Lightning reservation holders have never owned an electric vehicle before. To us, that translates to a lot of education will be needed with regards to charging the F-150 Lightning.
2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV faces off against 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning
The 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV unveiled today by General Motors CEO Mary Barra shows the largest US auto company’s determination to hang onto its core large-pickup market even as vehicles of all sorts accelerate the transition from gasoline to electric power. Reservations for the Silverado EV pickup are now open on Chevrolet’s web site.
Taiga Motors produces electric snowmobile
Taiga Motors, a startup that makes electric off-road vehicles, has produced its first customer-ready electric snowmobiles, and is working to secure the necessary approvals to begin deliveries in early 2022.
TOGG Reveals Pininfarina-Designed Fastback At CES 2022
TOGG has confirmed it, but looking at the vehicle, it looks pretty much production ready. What will probably change for production are the side mirrors and the addition of a B-pillar, which is missing in the study.
Chrysler to go all-electric by 2028, starting with the Airflow in 2025
Not much appeared to be happening at Chrysler in the past few years, though that’s about to change. Its parent company, Stellantis, announced yesterday that Chrysler will become its vanguard electric brand. By 2028, the 96-year-old automaker’s entire lineup will be all-electric.