Author: Electric Auto Assoication Published 9/7/2020 EAA
If 25% of cars electrify, the US would save billions. Plus news on Hyundai, Ford, Lucid, Fikser, and Citroen.
The US economy
Billions could be saved with 25% EVs
A new study shows that billions of dollars in climate and health spending could be saved if just a quarter of active vehicles in the US were to be electric.
Brand new and $13,000? How’s that?
Including the $7,500 federal rebate, a new Kandi will cost $13,000 when it is released in the US by the end of this year, the Chinese automaker confirmed.
A car your home can depend on
The new Lucid Air will feature bi-directional charging with the potential to be connected to your home grid.
The Ocean 3 to get new siblings
Fisker, already planning to release the affordable Ocean 3 in 2022, announced that it will expand its electric car line-up in 2025 with the release of a pick-up, a sports sedan, and a second crossover.
IONIQ: Updated and soon in triplicate
Hyundai is expanding its IONIQ brand with a CUV, a sedan, and a large SUV.
The best for 2020
The magazine names its picks for the 10 most exciting EVs.
The French are coming. With the usual style.
Featuring what the company calls a “hushed, cocoon-like” interior, the new e-C4 compact hatchback is launching soon.