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First look at the low-cost SONDORS Metacycle electric motorcycle’s removable battery
When the 80 mph (130 km/h) SONDORS Metacycle was first unveiled in January of this year, it shocked the industry with its low price of just $5,000 but also left many unanswered questions. The battery was a key unaddressed topic.
Hyundai Canada moves to recycle EV batteries in deal with Quebec-based Lithion Recycling
Hyundai Canada and Lithion Recycling, a Quebec-based battery recycler, yesterday announced a service agreement to increase the car manufacturer’s sustainable production cycle by implementing a recovery and recycle program for their electric vehicle batteries.
Kia EV6 electric car: Teaser photos for 300-mile EV due by late 2021
Kia has released an official look at the silhouette of its first fully electric model, called EV6—the model expected to arrive in the U.S. later this year, with a range of about 300 miles (480 Km) and 20-minute fast-charging.
Canoo’s 320 Km electric pickup is a compact truck with a full-size bed
The California electric vehicle startup Canoo announced its electric pickup on Wednesday, ahead of a reveal planned for Thursday, March 11th, 2021.
Chevy Bolt EUV First Drive: The best value EV gets the best autonomy
If you’ve driven the Bolt EV from any of the past five years, you’ve got a pretty good idea of what it is like to drive the 6-inches-longer Bolt EUV. It has the same 200 horsepower FWD drivetrain, and that includes the lackluster 55kW fast charging.