Lucid assembly plant, Subaru electrical crossover, Hyundai EV platform: Today’s Motor vehicle News

Lucid finishes constructing its Arizona plant and currently begins scheduling for its second design. A Subaru electrical car or truck is on the way. And Hyundai reveals its up coming-era platform for electrical autos, and suggests that trucks and SUVs might be greater off with fuel cells. This and extra, listed here at Green Auto Experiences. 

Hyundai has revealed the E-GMP system that will underpin its approaching Ioniq brand electrical cars and a sizeable part of the 1 million EVs the mum or dad company’s motor group (Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis) hopes to promote by 2025—and even extra most likely by way of the ten years. With an emphasis on versatility and modularity, the system stands out for possessing bi-directional charging capacity baked in from the start and becoming meant as the basis for robotaxis.

As the platform was disclosed, Hyundai’s R&D chief reported that while significant double-layer battery packs are requisite for a battery-electrical SUV or pickup, they’re not automatically the most effective resolution. It’s possible hydrogen gas-mobile tech is smarter, he suggested. 

The Arizona plant that will assemble the Lucid Air electrical sedan is currently comprehensive. And nicely in advance of predicted deliveries start upcoming spring, Lucid is by now scheduling for its expansion for its next design, a 2023 SUV.

A completely electric Subaru electric powered crossover, co-created with Toyota, is owing as before long as late 2021. We exhibit how it could acquire kind vs . likely rivals like the Volkswagen ID.4 and Nissan Ariya. 

And in excess of at Motor Authority, Mini experiences that it is in the early phases of building battery-electrical variations of its top rated-functionality designs, designated John Cooper Is effective (JCW). 


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