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Why Ford’s new Lightning pickup is the biggest innovation in F-150 history
Henry Ford was in his last year as CEO and chairman of the board of the Ford Motor Co. when the F-Series pickup truck was introduced in 1948. The F-Series was Ford’s first pickup truck to be built on a dedicated platform. The truck sold well, mostly to tradespeople and farmers, but wasn’t pushing Super Deluxe Tudors off showroom floors.
Tesla is in a position to grab $2.5 trillion of EV market, says top analyst
Dan Ives from Wedbush, one of the top 10 ranked stock analysts in the world, has increased his price target on Tesla’s stock (TSLA) as he believes the automaker will take a significant part of the growing EV market.
2023 Subaru Solterra bows: No yoke for boxer brand’s first mainstream EV
Subaru and Toyota’s partnership has produced another offspring, but this time it’s an electric SUV rather than a gasoline boxer-engined sports car or the electrified hybrid heart of the Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid.
Hyundai Seven previews the brand’s electric SUV future
Hyundai has unveiled its first ‘SUEV,’ the Seven concept vehicle built on the group’s new E-GMP electric vehicle platform. Unveiled on the floor of the Los Angeles Auto Show, the Seven concept previews what a future electric SUV could look like.
Examining Prime Minister Trudeau’s clean, net-zero electrical grid goal for Canada
Justin Trudeau said Canada’s path to meet its climate targets includes a clean, net-zero electrical grid by 2035. Electricautonomy.ca asked an expert to help us break down that ambition.