Would a by-the-kilowatt-hour charging tax help states recover infrastructure funds from dwindling gas tax revenues? Volvo is moving to online-only sales, starting with its EVs. Volkswagen looks ahead to its 2026 EVs. And we bring you range and road-trip charging impressions for the 2021 VW ID.4. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
Volvo is, with online-only purchasing and the elimination of haggling and markups—but, potentially, a more extensive role for dealerships in support.
Volkswagen has. Under Project Trinity, VW aims to produce a car with a long range, very short charging time, a higher level of automated driving, and the potential for the cars to become “software-based products” with extra fees to unlock features.
Based on a first experience with, we left with a positive impression of range but see that the experience charging and finding charging stations needs to be a lot smoother.
And we looked at the possibility of. Could this solution, a proposal now in Minnesota, help states solve the dilemma of dwindling gas-tax revenues—even if a national miles-traveled tax were to become a reality?
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