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Ford cuts Mustang Mach-E prices, while Tesla's go up
Ford said Tuesday it is cutting prices on its Mustang Mach-E electric vehicle and reopening orders after a series of price cuts by rival Tesla. The No. 2 U.S. automaker said it is also increasing the range for standard-range battery models as it increases production in the second half of the year.
Canada Infrastructure Bank and FLO announce massive, four-year plan to install 2,000 DC fast charger ports
The plan hinges on a $220-million loan from the CIB, the first commitment out of its $500-million Charging and Hydrogen Refuelling Infrastructure Initiative, which was established last year.
Review: 2023 Toyota Prius looks like an electric sequel but fits the hybrid franchise
Recently having a 2023 Toyota Prius for a week, for up-close scrutiny and drive time, reminded me of the big Hollywood movie franchises that help keep us entertained across decades and generations.
New York City considering installing electric bicycle charging stations
Electric bike riders in the Big Apple who need a place to charge up their e-bikes might soon find more options thanks to a plan being considered by the New York City Council Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
GM to discontinue Chevy Bolt EV, Bolt EUV at end of 2023
GM will discontinue the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV electric cars at the end of 2023, GM CEO Mary Barra told investors on Tuesday. The Orion Assembly plant used to make the Bolt EVs will shift production to electric trucks such as the Silverado EV that use GM's more sophisticated Ultium propulsion system.