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Saturday 6 February 2021

Automakers are going green to save money, not just the planet

Virtually all of the world's major automakers are shifting to an all-electric future — and that's as much about the bottom line as it is the environment.

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Tuesday 2 February 2021

Oil companies buying up EV charging networks: Shell acquires ubitricity

The European oil giants Total, BP and Shell have been buying up assets all along the EV charging value chain. The latest news is that Shell has agreed to buy 100% of the European charging network ubitricity.

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Tuesday 2 February 2021

EVs are so heavy Continental had to invent a new weight rating for its tires

Modern cars are, as you may know, pretty massive and heavy, and they’re not going to get any smaller or lighter. As we move further and further into electrified vehicles, we’re only going to see curb weights increase.

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Monday 1 February 2021

Hyundai's 2021 Santa Fe comes with a $10,000 premium for the hybrid

Hyundai’s 2021 Santa Fe will start at just over $31,000 in Canada, the automaker said early February, while the well-optioned hybrid powertrain trims, available this year for the first time on the SUV, add $10,000 to that price.

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Friday 29 January 2021

General Motors aims to go completely carbon-neutral by 2040

GM is aiming to bring its fleet’s tailpipe emissions to zero by 2035, on its way to a goal of complete carbon neutrality by 2040, the automaker said January 28.

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