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Project T3 | Future Ford Electric Pickup Project
Ford disclosed the name for its forthcoming next-generation electric vehicle on Friday: Project T3.
How to Turn Off Tesla Model 3/Y | Different Methods You Can Try
There are three ways that you can use to turn off your Tesla Model 3/Y. You need to follow a number of steps to fully power off a Tesla vehicle.
Turkish EV Maker Launches Its First Model Togg T10X
Turkey’s Togg finally launched its first electric vehicle called T10X. The all-electric SUV costs around $49K in its homeland. European launch is due in 2024.
The Time Has Come For XPeng P7i | Sales Start in March 2023
The model is exclusively offered in China for now.
A 240-Mile Range MINI Cooper EV To Debuts in 2024
The Cooper 3-door hatchback, which will be entirely electric and arrive in 2024, was revealed by MINI. The EV and its ICE-powered counterpart will be on sale together. However...
Hyundai Kona Electric Engine Specifications for 2024
The 48.4 kWh and 65.4 kWh battery packs are available for the subcompact crossover, which solely has front-wheel drive.
Silicon Valley Based Battery Company Amprius Plans to Build Its First Factory in Colorado
Amprius Technologies chooses Colorado as the location for a gigawatt-scale factory. In 2025, the gigawatt-scale factory site will be operational.
Electric Nissan Qashqai, Juke and X-Trail Officially Confirmed
After the electric Juke, the fully electric Nissan Qashqai and X-Trail will be launched in 2026 and 2027.
Ford and LG Establish Turkey’s Largest Battery Cell Factory
Ford and Koç Holding signed an agreement with LG Energy Solution for the electric vehicle battery cell factory to be established in Ankara.
Volkswagen ID. Tiguan and ID. Golf is Coming
German carmaker decides to use its globally popular car names to get a hold of the all-electric auto market and beat the competition.
How Long Can An Electric Car Sit Without Charging?
An electric car can sit for at least two months without charging. The exact time you can leave your vehicle without charge depends highly on the charge level and weather tempe...
Should I Charge My Electric Car Every Night?
You should definitely charge your electric car every night. Charging your electric car every night is not only beneficial to your vehicle’s life span, it’s also be...
Do Teslas Have Engines? | A Guide to Understanding EVs
Tesla only produces all-electric vehicles. Therefore, Tesla vehicles don’t have an engine. They are equipped with electric motors and a huge battery pack to power those ...
Range Rover Velar 2024 | Visual Novelty and Refurbished Design
Land Rover introduced the facelifted Range Rover Velar for 2023, updating its appearance and technologies.
How Much Does A Tesla Weigh? | Check Your Tesla’s Weight
Tesla has the most efficienct electric vehicles on the market, all thanks to advanced manufacturing methods that help the manufacturer reduce vehicle weight where no other aut...
How to Turn Off Regenerative Braking on a Tesla?
Newer Tesla vehicles come with standard level regen as default. There is no ‘Regenerative Braking’ adjustment option anymore. So, why wouldn’t Tesla allow it...
Suzuki Teases the Arrival of the EVs I Electric Jimny by 2030
The firm also said that it plans to invest investments in its auto, motorcycle, and marine sectors totaling almost $15 billion at the current currency rate.
Which Electric Vehicles are Eligible for Tax Credit in US? | 2023 List
With the Inflation Reduction Act, the 200,000 sales cap on tax credit is gone, and EVs from Tesla and General Motors are once again eligible for the tax credit.
What is 800V Electric Vehicle? | What are the Benefits of 800V Systems?
800V or higher voltage electric vehicles are capable of delivering ultra-fast charging rates and offer higher performance while improving the efficiency of the all systems.
Tesla Investing $3.6 Billion to Build 100 GWh 4680 Cell Factory and More
Tesla will invest over $3.6 billion to build a 100 GWh 4680 cell factory and the first high-volume Tesla Semi factory at Giga Nevada in United States.