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Cadillac introduces Sollei, a bespoke electric convertible

Cadillac has introduced the SOLLEI concept vehicle, a luxury electric convertible designed to showcase the future of bespoke automotive design. The Sollei, an all-electric 2+2 convertible, features Cadillac’s 55-inch pillar-to-pillar screen, intricate interior and exterior lighting choreography, and intuitive front and rear command consoles. Its name, derived from “sun” (SOL) and “leisure” (LEI), reflects the […]

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Rear-wheel-drive Macan and Macan 4S launched by Porsche

Porsche has announced the addition of a new rear-wheel-drive Macan model and a new Macan 4S to its all-electric SUV lineup. The rear-wheel-drive Macan is designed for efficiency, while the Macan 4S offers up to 380 kW (509 hp) of overboost power. Additionally, Porsche has introduced an optional off-road design package for increased off-pavement usability […]

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Toyota joins automakers backing Ionna’s high-powered charging infrastructure

Toyota Motor North America has become an investor in IONNA to support the development of a high-powered charging network for battery electric vehicles across North America. This collaboration allows Toyota and Lexus customers to access the public network of DC fast chargers that Ionna will start deploying later this year. Ionna plans to install at […]

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New Ford Capri combines electric power with sports coupe heritage

Ford has announced the return of the Capri, an iconic sports coupe, reimagined as an all-electric vehicle (EV) for the modern era. The new Capri aims to combine athletic performance with practical features suitable for families. The vehicle boasts an all-electric powertrain, providing a driving range of over 620 kilometers on a full charge. The […]

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REVIEWS

Lexus
2024 Lexus NX 450h+ Luxury review: A plug-in steppingstone to the all-electric world

The Lexus NX is a small luxury SUV that’s available with a whopping three different powertrains and either front- or all-wheel drive, an embarrassment of choice. A simple gasoline engine is the base offering, but you can also get a hybrid propulsion system and even a plug-in hybrid powertrain if you’re curious about electrification but […]

by Craig Cole
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Hyundai
2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N review: The best driving EV ever

The 2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N is the most interesting electric vehicle you can buy in the U.S. today and by a cavernous margin. Nothing else on the market comes close to the thrills — and groundbreaking features — this menacing hatchback offers. Something special The South Korean automaker’s first high-performance electric, the Ioniq 5 […]

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Volkswagen
2024 Volkswagen ID.4 AWD Pro S review: Earned respect

The Volkswagen ID.4 sucks, or more accurately, it used to. For 2024, the German car company has made some huge changes and impactful refinements to this all-electric SUV that have transformed the ID.4 from an also-ran into what is arguably the most improved EV available in the U.S. today. One upgrade every driver will feel […]

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Toyota
2025 Toyota Crown Signia first drive review: Long live the longroof!

Just like wood-bodied convertibles, Volkswagen diesels and common courtesy, station wagons are all but extinct from America’s roadways. But these eminently practical vehicles might be staging a comeback thanks to the 2025 Toyota Crown Signia. Only available as a hybrid, which this Japanese automaker is famous for building instead of pure EVs, the Signia is […]

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OPINION PIECES

PHEVs aren’t the gateway drug to EVs yet for one simple, undeniable reason

Over the weekend a post on LinkedIn called out a colleague in the industry for saying that Americans don’t understand what PHEVs are and how to use them properly. The author of the article is correct. We don’t know how to use PHEVs properly, and as long as we don’t use them properly they aren’t […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Should Chinese EVs be sold in the United States?

There is a debate right now about whether our not Chinese car companies should be allowed to sell in the U.S. With the announcement of BYD aiming to build cars in Mexico, that creates a way for the brand to enter the U.S. and offer its cars to a new market. Opponents to this will […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Towing with an electric truck is both the best and the worst

When videos and reviews of the Ford F-150 Lightning came out, people were outraged by how much the range dropped while towing. In our testing, the truck didn’t do too badly, but other publications saw much larger declines. This led to plenty of inflammatory tweets and clickbait headlines. But here’s why folks are dead wrong […]

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Modern vehicles suffer from tech overload

Technology is important. It’s what makes the future brighter and happier. But car interiors are no place for over-the-top razzle-dazzle. Things are getting out of hand. It’s crazy. Thanks to internet-connected smartphones, we walk around with instant access to a huge chunk of all recorded human knowledge right in our pockets and purses. But at […]

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Chevrolet leaving a Bolt-sized hole in the affordable EV marketplace

Chevrolet officially announced that the Bolt EV and EUV are dead at the end of the 2023 calendar year. With its removal from the marketplace, the number of truly affordable EVs drops quite significantly. The Tesla Model 3, at least at the time of this writing, is $41,380 with destination. When you factor in the […]

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HOW-TO ARTICLES

How-to watch the Tesla Cybertruck delivery event
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How-to charge a non-Tesla EV at a Tesla Supercharger
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BUYING GUIDES

The best four audiobooks for your next road trip

It’s an ongoing discussion amongst me and my and my book-loving friends: Is listening to an audiobook mean you’re reading a book? Does listening to an audiobook “count” as having “read” a book? Depending on my mood I say, “yes” listening to a great book is as ideal as flipping the pages on an e-reader […]

by Robbi Hess
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Do I need a Level 2 home charger for my Chevy Bolt or Bolt EUV?

In our review of the 2023 Chevy Bolt EUV Premier, we named it the best value in the EV world. The 2023 Chevy Bolt and Bolt EUV are currently the most affordable BEVs in the U.S., and we wouldn’t be surprised if we saw more and more them hitting the roads in the coming years. […]

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What adapter do I need to connect to the Ford F-150 Pro Power Onboard generator?

One of the coolest features of the 2021 and newer Ford F-150 (and F-150 Lightning), in addition to the hybrid added to the lineup, is the onboard power generator. Ford calls it Pro Power Onboard, and it can produce up to 7.2 kW of electricity if it’s equipped to the hybrid version of the truck. […]

by Chad Kirchner
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Do I need a Level 2 home charger for my Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid?

The all-new 2023 Kia Niro PHEV has quickly become an appealing option in the plug-in hybrid market, offering up to 33 miles of all-electric range — a noticeable bump from the previous model’s 26 miles. Powered by a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine paired with a 62-kW electric motor, the Niro PHEV delivers a total system output […]

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Should you get a Level 2 charger for your Jeep Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid?

If you’re in the market for a new Jeep Wrangler, you probably have seen the all-new 4xe version of the Sahara and Rubicon. The plug-in hybrid Jeeps represent a paradigm shift for off-roading, and based on our first drive impressions, it’s an excellent bit of kit. In order to take advantage of driving on pure […]

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FEATURE ARTICLES

Do you really need all-wheel drive in your next EV?
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Michelin working to make more sustainable tires that don’t wear as quickly on EVs
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Charging in the desert: How Optima/Clarios brings clean EV charging to grueling environments
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