Volkswagen reveals its upcoming electric sedan. Cold-weather range is behind a Tesla fine. Chevy Bolt EV prices rise as the tax credit returns. And our pick of the year follows what Americans will find a very familiar shape. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
Today we named our Green Car Reports Best Car To Buy 2023, and it’s not even a car. The Ford F-150 Lightning
The Chevrolet Bolt EV family once again became eligible for the EV tax credit—at up to $7,500 for the next few months. But GM’s price hikes on the Bolt EV and EUV
Volkswagen revealed its upcoming ID.7 electric sedan at CES, in the form of a camouflaged prototype. While tech specs are yet to come, look for an upgraded interface and a range in the vicinity of 350 miles in some versions for this spacious model.
And a South Korea regulator has hit Tesla with a $2.2 million fine for allegedly minimizing the effect of cold weather on driving range. It’s the latest allegation against the U.S. EV maker, joining criticisms of how it compares cost-effectiveness versus gasoline vehicles.
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