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Hyundai releases details of 2020 IONIQ Electric
Hyundai’s 2020 IONIQ Electric will start at $33,045US for the SE model and $38,615US for the Limited model. The automaker has revealed a number of improvements over previous models, including 36 percent more energy storage capacity and 37 percent more driving range .
Launch of a Pilot Plant to Manufacture European Batteries for Electric Vehicle
During French President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to the Saft Nersac plant near Angoulême, in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, Total, through its affiliate Saft, and PSA with Opel, are announcing their plan to combine their know-how to develop EV battery manufacturing activity in Europe. To that end, the partners intend to establish a joint venture named Automotive Cell Company (ACC).
Canada’s largest city has approved a plan to reach 100 per cent zero emissions from personal vehicles by 2050
Toronto’s city council voted Thursday to adopt a comprehensive strategy for the integration of electric vehicles into the city fabric. The strategy, which was prepared by Dunsky Consulting, outlines 10 key actions the city can take to make 100 per cent of the city’s passenger light-duty vehicles zero-emission by 2050.
Survey: Owning an electric car will cure range anxiety, other concerns about EVs
Just do it. The old marketing slogan, it turns out, might be good advice for those considering leaping to an electric car.
GM's Detroit plant is going all-electric starting next year
General Motors affirmed plans to build electric pickups and SUVs at its Detroit-Hamtramck plant and scheduled the start of production for late next year.