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Chevy Blazer ‘SS’ EV high-performance variant announced and teased, available spring 2023
GM’s Chevrolet division announced a high-performance variant of its upcoming Blazer EV SUV this morning but left us with precious few details.
VW ID.Buzz electric Microbus revealed: US version won’t be shown until 2023, sold until 2024
Five years after generating much buzz with a Microbus-inspired electric van, Volkswagen has at last revealed the production model, suitably called ID.Buzz. Although for the U.S. there’s a big asterisk: America won’t see the ID at dealerships until 2024.
First Look: 2022 Kia EV6
Despite some mystery surrounding the specifics of its battery, Kia’s new EV6 is very enticing indeed. It’s not often that we lowly autojournalists get to write a road test and solve a mystery at the same time. In fact, it almost never happens.
Sony and Honda are teaming up to make a range of electric vehicles
We (recently) learned that Honda and Sony are teaming up for a strategic alliance. The two companies are creating a new joint venture that will design and sell a range of high-end electric vehicles and mobility services. The first EV is due to go on sale in 2025.
Siemens collaborates with Ford on custom bidirectional charger for F-150 Lightning electric pickup
Siemens eMobility is working with Ford to develop a custom charger for the upcoming F-150 Lightning. The Ford Charge Station Pro is a UL-certified, “bidirectional-ready” Level 2 charging station that features peak power of 19.2 kW.