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Fiat 500X Replacement Spy Shots Show Model With Familiar Design Cues
New spy photos have captured a small crossover out testing, and it’s likely a new Fiat judging by the design. It looks like the Fiat 500X at first glance, but the automaker discontinued it at the end of last year. This vehicle is something new and different.
Buying tips to reduce wait times for a new EV
Demand for electric vehicles is strong. Not only is automakers’ production capacity insufficient, but supply chains have become increasingly challenged — first by a certain pandemic, then by a shortage of chips.
Airstream rethinks the travel trailer for EVs and urban garages
Airstream has revealed a concept travel trailer designed with Studio F.A. Porsche and looking ahead to a time when many more travel trailers will be towed behind EVs.
The McLaren Artura PHEV at the MEVS
The plug-in hybrid sports car designed and manufactured by the British car manufacturer McLaren will be present on the Protex booth at the Montreal Electric Vehicle Show (MEVS). The Protex company has pulled off a masterstroke by allowing visitors to the MEVS to admire this exclusive exotic car.
Honda & Volkswagen Accelerate EV Plans
Honda and Volkswagen this week announced plans to ramp up their conversion to electric vehicles. Honda is moving production around to clear factory space for its forthcoming EVs, while Volkswagen says it is committed to investing more than $193 billion worldwide over the next several years.