Toyota plans to make fuel cells in the U.S. You can at last use the Electrify America app while you’re driving. And did Jaguar I-Pace electric cars—and Waymo—already beat Tesla in the robotaxi race? This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
Electrify America has added Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support to its apps, the company announced this morning. That should make the app more useful when electric-vehicle drivers might most need it—.
Waymo is offering the public rides in its
Toyota announced Wednesday that it plans—likely alongside the Toyota and Lexus sedans currently made there—starting in 2023. A complete kit made by Toyota will allow a direct substitution versus heavy-duty diesels in semis and other big commercial trucks. There’s no word yet from the company on how this impacts passenger-vehicle plans, which might now be bolstered as the technology has been pushed to center stage in the recent
And over at Motor Authority: The tiny Citroën Ami minicar is being remixed by fellow Stellantis brand Opel, which plans to be all-electric in Europe by 2028. It’s, and it’s classified as a light quadricycle—not a car—in Opel’s home market of Germany.
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