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Tuesday 4 April 2023

Five drivers, one new EV: what each had to say about the EV driving experience

From seniors to young adults and committed combustion car owners to those open to an EV, Electric Autonomy gathered five “average” drivers to test out the EV driving experience in a new Polestar 2. This is what they had to say.

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Monday 3 April 2023

Battery life exceeds expectations in Recurrent study of 15,000 EVs

Like everything else under the sun, lithium-ion batteries have finite lifespans, and modern EVs haven’t been around long enough for us to have comprehensive data regarding how long an average EV battery can be expected to remain fit for purpose.

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Friday 31 March 2023

GMC teases Hummer EV SUV overlanding concept with solar roof

GMC announced Thursday that it’s working with EarthCruiser Overland Vehicles to create a GMC Hummer EV overloading concept due by late summer 2023 and previewing a production version.

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Thursday 30 March 2023

First Drive: 2023 Nissan Ariya e-4orce

This all-wheel-drive SUV was a long time coming, but Nissan's second EV is sure to eclipse the Leaf in popularity.

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Wednesday 29 March 2023

Ford’s CEO says upcoming electric pickup truck will drive itself

Ford Motor Co. plans to make driver-assistance features central to the next electric F-Series pickup — so much so that you might be able to take a snooze at 60 miles per hour.

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