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United Airlines Flew a Passenger Flight With Sustainable Aviation Fuel. What’s Next?
The implications of the single-engine test are big.
Acura Will Skip Hybrids and Jump Straight Into Making EVs
It’ll start in 2024 with an electric SUV, but it certainly won’t stop there.
A Lotus Evija Prototype Got Stuck in America Thanks to COVID
It wasn’t just your hopes and dreams that were put on indefinite hold last year. Lotus’s halo car was too.
Tesla’s HQ Is Officially in Texas Now
DMV Flunks Student Driver for Using Tesla’s Regen Brakes
“But that’s how the car works,” the student’s father told the DMV examiner.
Chevy Bolt Battery Fiasco Costs GM Its EV Sales Lead Over Ford
The gap was big before GM’s infamous Bolt recall, but by year’s end, Ford is tracking to come out on top.
Here Are Nissan’s New Concept EVs, Rated From Most to Least Dystopian
Yes, the future will be hellish, but can we at least not dream of your office being in a hatchback?
Nissan Will Release 15 New EVs This Decade as Part of $17.6B Investment
After 11 years of reliance on the Leaf, Nissan is throwing money at 23 new models—15 of which will be EVs. The rest will be hybrid.
Chevrolet Bolt Won’t Be Built Again Until 2022 Due to Battery Recall Work
The recall rolls on as GM hustles to make things right with customers.
All New Homes in the UK Must Have EV Chargers Starting in 2022
What’s more, all new businesses with 10 or more parking spots must offer EV charging as well.
Ford and Rivian Won’t Develop an EV Together After All
The initial plan involved a $500 million Ford investment in Rivian.
Ford Could Get Into The Chip Business To Avoid Future Shortages
The automaker has announced a partnership with a U.S.-based chip manufacturer, but it could lead to bigger things.
These Ocean Rocks Contain Key Minerals for Making EV Batteries
They’ve got nickel, cobalt, and manganese, but mining them probably isn’t great for ocean ecosystems.
EV Fire Extinguisher Pumps Water Straight Into the Batteries
The extinguisher hopes to make fighting EV fires easier for emergency crews.
Ford, Purdue Cooling Patent Could Charge EVs As Fast As Gas Station Fill-Ups
Heat management is crucial to faster charging, and this patent has a built-in way to keep things cool.
Honda’s Cute Autonomous Vehicle Is Now Working in Construction
Someone turned ASIMO into a truck.
BMW Won’t Pledge Zero-Emissions Until ‘Poorer Countries Do Their Job’
A BMW sustainability exec commented that some nations are delaying infrastructure changes “until somebody dumps money on them.”
Lamborghini’s New Navigation OS Divides the World Into 57 Trillion Squares
App founders say the world is “poorly addressed” and they have a better solution.
The 2023 Subaru Solterra Is the First-Ever Subaru EV
Say hello to the Toyota BZ4X’s twin.
Here’s What The $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Means for EV Charging
Everything you need to know about where public EV charging is in the U.S. in 2021, and where it might go next.
Tesla Outsold Mercedes in the US Through September of This Year
Elon Musk now heads the third best-selling luxury carmaker in the nation behind Lexus and BMW.
Rivian IPO Values EV Startup at Massive $77 Billion Figure
It’s a huge figure for a startup still in the early days of ramping up production.
Here Are the Features Missing From New BMWs Thanks to the Chip Shortage
Carmakers have a choice to send cars out the door with missing features due to supply chain issues, and BMW has made its choice.
How Cadillac’s EV Future Won’t Leave Internal Combustion Fans Behind
In order for Cadillac to stay nimble, its portfolio will remain deep and wide, VP Rory Harvey says.
Revised EV Tax Credit Could Discount Electric Trucks Costing Up to $80,000
High-dollar vans, SUVs, and pickups could net $12,500 in incentives under newly proposed change.