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  1. All Subaru Vehicles to be Electrified by mid-2030
  2. Electric Hummer’s Electrified Return to be Confirmed at the Super Bowl

    Rumours of Hummer ’s return as an electrified truck brand last summer were no joke, it turns out. Sources within General Motors have confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that the company once hated by every environmentalist on the planet will soon rise from the ashes and give its name … Full story

  3. Electric Mazda Compares MX-30 Emissions to a Diesel Car

    Following the debut of its all-electric MX-30 crossover this fall, Mazda has just made a controversial statement to defend the vehicle’s limited range. Before going any further, we need to remind you that it’s not part of the company’s plans for North America yet. The MX-30 is aimed first and … Full story

  4. Electric Rivian Has a Super-cool Trick no Other Electric Truck Can do

    In an effort to stand out from the one-of-a-kind Tesla Cybertruck and other electric pickups on the way, Rivian has announced that its R1T will be available with a so-called “tank turn” function when it hits the market in late 2020. Actually, both this model and the R1S SUV will … Full story

  5. Electric All-electric BMW iX3 to be More About Range Than Power

    We now have more details about the upcoming BMW iX3, the electric variant of the popular X3 crossover. Based on the iX3 Concept shown at Auto China in 2018, the production model will roll off the assembly line in 2020 with the fifth generation of BMW’s eDrive electric propulsion technology, … Full story

  6. Electric Mercedes-Benz EQC to be Delayed Until 2021

    What was supposed to be one of the first all-electric SUVs to hit Canadian roads will stay in Europe much longer. The Car Guide has learned that the Mercedes-Benz EQC will go on sale here a year later than originally planned, meaning in the first quarter of 2021 at the … Full story

  7. Electric Porsche Taycan Turbo’s EPA Range is Very Disappointing

    One of the most celebrated new cars of the year may not be as exceptional as we first believed. We’re talking about the 2020 Porsche Taycan. Of course, we knew the WLTP-estimated range of 381-450 kilometres for the Turbo model would be reduced by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) … Full story

  8. Electric GM, Ford Electric Pickups Beat Tesla Cybertruck, Rivian R1T in New Survey

    The launch of the Tesla Cybertruck has polarized pickup enthusiasts and consumers everywhere, but a new survey by Autolist finds that more people would rather buy an electric truck from General Motors or Ford. The website polled approximately 1,100 current car shoppers and asked them which model they would prefer. Full story

  9. Electric Someone Left Their GM EV1 to Die in a Parking Garage

    The infamous EV1 from General Motors made history in the 1990s as the first mass-produced electric car of the modern era. However, it was only available through a three-month lease in select U.S. markets, with customers required to return the cars to GM following their “real-world engineering evaluation.” When the … Full story

  10. Electric First Tesla Cybertruck Caught on the Street

    When the all-new Tesla Cybertruck made its debut on November 21, many were shocked by its sci-fi inspired, concept-like exterior that doesn’t look like anything on the road today. That’s understandable as the electric pickup is scheduled to enter production in late 2021 at the earliest. Just a few days … Full story

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