NEWS

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E window sticker reveals EPA range: Report

Before you were supposed to hear it from the suits in Dearborn, the Mustang Mach-E’s EPA range is revealed via a soon-to-be-owner’s digital window sticker. We can discern a lot of new information from the window sticker, but the most notable is that when equipped with an extended-range battery and AWD, Ford’s new EV crossover […]

by Samanthan Rutherford
11/22/2020
GM increases commitment to EVs, Ultium technology

By 2025, General Motors expects to have 30 electric vehicles launched worldwide, with more than two-thirds of those vehicles on sale in North America. With such lofty goals, GM gave us more details on how they expect to get there. Obviously, it’s going to require a lot of money. So much so, in fact, that […]

by Chad Kirchner
11/19/2020
Electrify America expands DCFC to Westfield shopping centers

Up until now, many high-speed Electrify America DC fast chargers were limited to areas along major routes so drivers could recharge on a journey. Following the Tesla Supercharger approach with early deployment, the company can cover the most space in the least time. Now, the company is expanding beyond that. In addition to the chargers […]

by Chad Kirchner
11/18/2020
Rivian prices R1T electric pickup truck

When it was first announced, Rivian’s R1T was expected to be priced close to six figures. Despite an estimated range of 300 miles and a premium presence, that seemed a little steep. Now, as production nears, the startup EV maker has officially priced its first product and the MSRP may surprise you. Coming in June […]

by Samanthan Rutherford
11/18/2020
General Motors recalling 68,667 Chevrolet Bolt EVs globally due to fire risk

If you own a Chevrolet Bolt EV, you might be subjected to a new recall from General Motors. There is a potential risk for fire related to the high voltage batteries on board. A total of 68,667 vehicles are part of this recall, with nearly 51,000 of those located in the United States. This recall […]

by Chad Kirchner
11/13/2020
Recharging on the road with the 2022 Ford E-Transit electric van

In the highest-range version of the Ford E-Transit, the van is rated at 126 miles of electric range. That means there might be a chance that the driver will need to charge when they are out and about. What does that process look like on the E-Transit? First off, Ford doesn’t think many of its […]

by Chad Kirchner
11/12/2020
What’s the range of the Ford electric E-Transit van?

Ford introduced its all-electric Transit, called the E-Transit, to the world. It has a 67 kWh electric battery, which means it should have decent range. But what is that range? Well, it depends on what size van you purchase. You see, Ford is offering the E-Transit in the three different roof sizes and three different […]

by Chad Kirchner
11/12/2020
Ford adds new features to fleet monitoring with E-Transit

Managing and maintaining a fleet of vehicles is no small task, especially if the fleet includes dozens or hundreds of vehicles. That’s why software is crucial. Ford updated their own fleet management software to coincide with the lunch of the E-Transit electric van. Managers will be able to access a ton of information about each […]

by Chad Kirchner
11/12/2020
2022 Ford E-Transit brings full electrification to van life, and of course, van work

The 2022 Ford E-Transit electric van is finally here, and it’s designed to be the workhorse the business buyers expect from a van named Transit. “Ford is North America and Europe’s commercial truck and van leader, so the transition of fleet vehicles to zero emissions, especially for the fast-growing last-mile delivery segment, is critical to […]

by Chad Kirchner
11/12/2020
Hyundai’s eco-focused, electrified lineup expands to 10 cars by 2022

Hyundai is working on a dual-prong approach to electrification. In some vehicles, they’re investing heavily in batter-electric technology. In other areas, the company sees value in hydrogen. Regardless, the company continuing to go green in a big way, including an expansion of its electrification efforts. By the end of 2022, there will be 10 cars […]

by Chad Kirchner
11/11/2020