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Bentley Bentayga Hybrid arrives with opulence, power, and range

Bentley has officially revealed the Bentayga Hybrid, the first of two plug-in vehicles that the British automaker is launching this year. This is the third model in the Bentayga lineup following the V8 and Speed models. Bentley predicts that the Bentayga Hybrid will be its bestselling variant, even within the already hot-selling Bentayga lineup. Powering […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/4/2021
Alfa Romeo Tonale to debut in the spring: Report

Alfa Romeo’s vehicle lineup is finally getting a new addition this year. A new report from Motor.es indicates that the new Tonale crossover will debut in production form this spring before going on sale in the fall, at least in Europe. U.S.-spec examples should go on sale by February 2022. The Alfa Romeo Tonale first […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/4/2021
Kia and Genesis EVs officially arriving later this year

Hyundai Motor Group has been on a roll with its three brands and that’s going to continue as electrification becomes the norm. Group chairman Eisun Chung’s New Year’s message has revealed that 2021 will mark the start of its electrified vehicle offensive. In addition to the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia and Genesis will also debut […]

by Stefan Ogbac
1/4/2021
Autopia 2099: The electrified car show of the future is happening this year

We’re leaving 2020 in the rear view mirror, and heading into 2021 with at least a modicum of optimism. After this year it feels weird to be hopeful, but I think we can all hope that this year will bring a fix for the virus, a fix for the environment, a fix for our government. […]

by Bradley Brownell
1/4/2021
EV Pulse Top 10 posts of 2020

With it being a new year, it’s time to look back on what we did well and what we need to improve. It was only a partial year for the existence of this site, but we had some content that did extremely well. We want to make sure we educate and inform, and some of […]

by Chad Kirchner
1/2/2021
Tesla reports Q4 deliveries and overall 2020 performance numbers

Happy New Year! If you were waiting with baited breath to see how well Tesla did last year in producing and selling electric vehicles, we have the answer for you. It’s about exactly what was expected. Musk said at some point he expected to deliver 500,000 vehicles in 2020. His company delivered 499,550 total. Missing […]

by Chad Kirchner
1/2/2021
Tesla, please fix this person’s Model 3 headlight (Updated)

When the CEO of the company is active on social media, it’s common for customers to reach out to them. When the company’s support leaves a bit to be desired, customers reach out with quality concerns. For Twitter user John Kraus, he wants to get the headlight fixed on his car. Hi @elonmusk, my Model […]

by Chad Kirchner
12/31/2020
FCA investing $204 million in Poland for electrified vehicle production

FCA’s Tychy, Poland manufacturing plant is about to get a nice infusion of cash thanks to the Italian American automaker’s electrification initiative. According to a new report from Reuters, Poland’s Deputy Prime Minister, Jaroslaw Gowin, announced that FCA is investing 755 million zlotys, which is equivalent to around $204 million, to prepare the facility for […]

by Stefan Ogbac
12/30/2020
Tesla “Full Self Driving” free for 3 months for deliveries taken before the end of the quarter

If you’re thinking about buying a Tesla, now might be the time to pull the trigger. If you take delivery before midnight on December 31, 2020, you’ll get three months of Tesla’s “Full Self Driving” software for free. Elon Musk tweeted out the incentive as he’s working to move as much metal as possible before […]

by Chad Kirchner
12/29/2020
Ferrari Purosangue will lead group of SUVs, including EVs, because Ferrari likes to make money: Report

Just as sure as there would be a mutated, even more contagious strain of COVID-19 in the United States, Ferrari is going to build an SUV and future electric SUVs. Why? Because Ferrari likes making money. A report out of Car Magazine says that in addition to the upcoming Ferrari Purosangue SUV, there’ll be a […]

by Chad Kirchner
12/29/2020