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Nikola Reveals Badger Electric Pickup Truck With 600-Mile Range
Nikola has just revealed its Badger electric pickup truck concept. With an estimated total range of 600 miles (a blended figure that includes the use of hydrogen) or 300 miles on battery alone, the Badger seems impressive. It zips from 0 to 60 MPH in 2.9 seconds. Reservations for the truck will open sometime in 2020 following its debut this September. No pricing information is available at this point in time.
Hyundai's 2020 Sonata Hybrid just debuted with some ridiculous range
Hyundai revealed the 2020 Sonata hybrid at the Chicago auto show this past week, showcasing a much-improved range to go with the good looks of the standard gas model.
New Cadillac EV to be based on flexible battery architecture
Speaking at a recent event for investors, GM President Mark Reuss confirmed that the company will unveil a new Cadillac EV in April, and predicted that Cadillac will offer “mostly electric vehicles by the end of this decade.”
Industry stakeholders are divided on the merits of a national ZEV mandate
At a crucial moment of transition for automakers and policy leaders, should Canada’s government decide to mandate zero-emission vehicle production levels?
U.K. to ban new gas vehicles, diesel cars by 2035
Britain announced Tuesday that it plans to ban the sale of new gas and diesel cars by 2035 — five years earlier than its previous target — in a bid to speed up efforts to tackle climate change.