Ford is reportedly doubling F-150 Lightning generation. Lucid is poised to split the 500-mile selection ceiling. The Porsche Taycan gets more rapidly charging and parks by itself. And yet another GM EV1 sits neglected. This and more, here at Green Motor vehicle Experiences.
The 2022 Porsche Taycan receives a number of technological know-how enhancements, which include a Turbo Charging Planner that will aid velocity up highway-journey fast-charging stops, Android Car compatibility, and a Distant Park Guide characteristic that is a bit like Tesla Enhanced Summon.
The Lucid Air Aspiration Version now arrives in Efficiency or Range versions—with the latter one however anticipated to receive a assortment ranking around 500 miles. With a real-entire world range test, Lucid showed that this is possible—or practically so—at ordinary freeway speeds.
Ford has reportedly doubled its output targets for the F-150 Lightning electric powered pickup—to 80,000 every year by 2024. But even at that fee it would be roughly a tenth of total F-Collection product sales. With electric-truck reservations surging, will automakers—even Tesla, with its Cybertruck—be able to construct more than enough?
And we brought you yet another story of an electrical car survivor—a rare GM EV1, of the type now only viewed in a few museums or special collections, which is been hiding in plain sight on a Washington, D.C. avenue. But oh my, it is been transformed to a gasoline-sipping hybrid.