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Lightyear One solar car gets 450 miles (720 Km) on 60kWh
After a long day of endless walking at CES, Electrek was invited out after hours for a closer look at the Lightyear One. We were met by the design and engineering team, who were very capable and forthright with their car and company. This was a welcome surprise since most companies send PR/sales teams to talk tech to journalists.
Canadian Tire boosts electrification strategy
Canadian Tire has announced a significant expansion of its network of EV chargers at retail locations across Canada. In collaboration with Flo, Electrify Canada, Tesla and Natural Resources Canada, the Canadian retail giant has pledged to install 240 fast chargers and 55 Level 2 chargers at 90 Canadian Tire locations by the end of 2020.
Wallbox’s bidirectional DC home charger turns heads at CES
Bidirectional charging encompasses several applications that can be collectively referred to as V2x (vehicle-to-grid, vehicle-to-home, maybe someday vehicle-to-brain). It’s expected to play an important role in tomorrow’s electrified, connected transportation ecosystem, but to date it exists only in pilots, most of them involving commercial fleets.
Survey: drivers globally want cheap electric cars that maybe don't drive themselves
Consumers want electric cars but don’t want to pay much more to get them — and while automakers are shelling out to bring self-driving cars to market, drivers are losing interest in them.