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Friday 7 October 2022

Honda unveils the Prologue, its first electric SUV

Honda has unveiled the design of the Prologue, its first electric SUV and a vehicle codeveloped with General Motors.

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Thursday 6 October 2022

First Drive: 2023 Hyundai IONIQ 6

How does one distinguish an EV? From a Chevrolet Bolt to a Porsche Taycan, every EV has instant torque, silent operation, and a lower center of gravity thanks to its low-slung battery pack.

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Wednesday 5 October 2022

Hertz to order up to 175,000 GM EVs

Hertz is taking another step towards the electric future. Over the last year, the company announced plans to add 100,000 Teslas and 65,000 Polestars to its fleet. Now the rental giant has announced plans to order up to 175,000 Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac and BrightDrop EVs over the next five years.

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Tuesday 4 October 2022

As EV charger reliability lags, Canadian drivers ask: who is responsible?

While the U.S. and UK as well as multiple state governments are now legislating minimum uptime requirements for electric vehicle charging stations, Canadian regulations are nowhere in sight

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Monday 3 October 2022

Chinese “Tesla clone” starts around $26,000

For better or for worse, Tesla’s presence in China has resulted in quite a bit of what you might call “technology transfer.” One example of this the emergence of “Tesla clones”—vehicles that are “inspired” by Tesla’s designs, as Electrek’s Fred Lambert puts it.

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