Cadillac has three EVs due for a production start next year. Mini is building an electric convertible. There’s a Toyota RAV4 Prime recall. And Tesla will open up “a portion” of its charging network to federal funding. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
The Biden administration has laid out technical requirements for companies claiming federal funds for the $7.5 billion national EV charging network
The debut of three new EVs from Cadillac in 2023
A potential cold-weather stalling issue is prompting Toyota to recall some 2021 RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrids. It’s a software fix, but in this vehicle that means a service appointment at the dealership.
And a convertible EV exists! Overseas, that is. BMW confirmed that it will produce a Mini Cooper SE Convertible
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