EV Pulse Staff

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Stellantis announces transition to J3400 connector for electric vehicles

Stellantis, has announced its plan to adopt the proposed SAE J3400 charging connector for its battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) in North America, beginning with select models in the 2026 model year. This initiative aims to enhance electric vehicle charging options and is aligned with the company’s strategy to facilitate open and seamless charging solutions for its […]

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Toyota commits $1.3 billion to Kentucky plant for electric SUV production

Toyota has announced a significant investment of $1.3 billion in its Kentucky facility, aimed at enhancing electrification efforts, including the assembly of a new three-row battery electric SUV for the U.S. market. This investment increases the total investment in the Kentucky plant to nearly $10 billion, underlining Toyota’s dedication to producing high-quality vehicles and ensuring […]

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Porsche reveals updated Panamera with improved E-Hybrid powertrain

Porsche’s latest revelation, the 2024 Panamera, marks a significant step in the luxury EV market, showcasing the brand’s commitment to electrification and advanced technology. This third-generation model, set to hit U.S. Porsche Centers in Spring 2024, starts at $99,900 and highlights the increasing integration of E-Hybrid powertrains in luxury vehicles. Central to the new Panamera’s […]

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Exploring the fascinating history of lithium-ion batteries

Lithium-ion technology has had a major impact on the way we power our electronic devices. In this article, we will explore the history of lithium-ion batteries, from their early history to their application in current day technology. We will also look at the chemistry behind this technology, the common battery cell types, and the challenges […]

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NHTSA steps up scrutiny on Tesla with a major vehicle recall

Tesla, a leading electric vehicle manufacturer, is recalling nearly 2.2 million vehicles in the United States due to an issue with the size of some warning lights on the instrument panel, which are found to be smaller than federal safety standards require. This recall affects a wide range of models including the Model S from […]

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