Hyundai will introduce the Kona electric SUV to America next year. It will have two battery sizes on offer, including a 64 kWh unit that should be good for an EPA range of at least 210 miles.
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Mercedes is boosting its investment in electric car and battery manufacturing in the US and China. It will begin building electrics at its factory in Alabama in 2021.
Jaguar is putting together a support series for Formula E that will feature I-PACE electric SUVs modified by Jaguar Racing.
The Volkswagen I.D. Crozz electric crossover concept is on display at the 2017 Frankfurt auto show. It is expected to go on sale in 2020.
CNET RoadShow reviews the Tesla Model X and says it is still a “car from the future.”
Nissan says it will preview of version of new electric SUV based on the 2018 LEAF at the Tokyo auto show in October.
Faraday Future has obtained an emergency loan of $14 million and plans to lease a former Pirelli factory in Hanford, California to manufacture its electric SUV, the FF 91.
The Bolllinger B1 electric truck has been officially unveiled and if one had to pick one word to describe this dual motor off road capable vehicle, that word would be “purposeful.”
Mercedes says it is shutting down its DTM racing program so it can focus on Formula E starting in 2019, when it plans to introduce its first electric car from its new EQ division.
The Nio ES8 is a conventional looking 7 passenger all wheel drive SUV. The only unconventional thing about it is the fact that it runs on battery power only and will feature battery swapping technology.
Audi will begin accepting reservations for its e-tron quattro from customers in Norway. The all electric SUV is scheduled to begin production in 2018.
Audi chose the Shanghai auto show to reveal its E-Tron Sportback concept that is coming to market in 2019. It will have nearly 500 horsepower, a range of 500 kilometers, and liquid cooled 95 kWh battery.
Volkswagen showed off its I.D. Crozz electric SUV concept at the Shanghai auto show this week. It features a range of about 240 miles, autonomous driving, hand gesture controls, and an augmented reality heads up display.
Electric cars are all well and good, but electric trucks and SUVs are what America needs. Bollinger, WorkHorse, and XL Hybrids are working hard to bring them to market.
Hyundai and Kia are developing a dedicated electric car chassis for release in about a year. The first model will likely be an SUV
The Jaguar I-PACE electric SUV concept has been spotted driving in London recently. It is about 18 months away from production.