Synthetic fuels don’t make sense, argues an environmental group. Ford could ramp up production of EV battery cells by the middle of the decade. And a fix is in at last for the Bolt EV issue that’s kept owners from tapping into full range. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
Ford says that it might build its own batteries as soon as 2025
There’s finally a fix for the 2017-2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV battery issue
Some companies in Europe are rallying for the inclusion of synthetic fuels, or e-fuels, in the upcoming Euro 7 framework for emissions. But a new study from T&E argues that synthetic fuels are more expensive and cause more carbon dioxide
And over at Motor Authority: The first electric vehicle due from Bentley in 2025 doesn’t look like it will keep with the brand’s traditional look. According to a report, it will be a sleek, modern-looking crossover derived from Audi’s Artemis EV project.