The federal EV charging network starts to take form with 35 state plans approved and funded. Ford is giving its dealerships a choice on selling EVs, but it means non-negotiable pricing. And could a dual-chemistry approach to EV batteries make a 600-mile range more accessible? This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
Ford has unveiled new rules for selling EVs under its Model E business unit, and they mean that, at least starting in 2024, markups and haggling on Ford EVs might be history. Dealers now face a decision between two tiers of EV sales, both around non-negotiable pricing, or they can choose to opt out and keep selling Ford’s ICE vehicles.
The Biden administration yesterday announced that 35 states’ charging plans have been approved
And the charging firm Our Next Energy (ONE) has revealed the cell tech behind the dual-chemistry battery pack it’s claiming can be the foundation for 600-mile EVs