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Colorado Teardrops camping trailer includes a battery pack to extend EV towing range
EVs have many advantages over legacy vehicles, but towing capacity is not (yet) one of them. When John Voelcker recently tested the new Ford Lightning F-150 for Charged, he confirmed that towing a sizable trailer can cut the vehicle’s range in half.
EV tire-maker ENSO in talks to supply multiple global OEMs
London-based EV tire manufacturer ENSO said it is in discussions with multiple international carmakers and has begun trials with major fleet operators.
Review: 2023 Kia Niro EV, hybrid, and PHEV up their efficiency credentials
The 2023 Kia Niro lineup is the second generation of the Korean brand’s most energy- and fuel-efficient model. Like the Niro that first arrived in 2017, it’s offered in hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and battery electric versions.
Toyota BZ4X EV production restarted, fix coming for wheels falling off
Toyota on Thursday provided a long-awaited update and solution regarding its BZ4X electric car, which has been waylaid by a pesky problem for months: Its wheels could fall off.
First Drive: 2023 Nissan Ariya
The Nissan Leaf was not the first electric vehicle in the modern era, but it was, arguably, one of the most important as it paved the way for a fledgling market. Moving forward, Nissan’s Ambition 2030 calls for 20 new vehicles in the next five years, including 15 all-new electric vehicles.