CATL is getting ready for 10-minute fast-charging with its cell-to-pack tech. Hyundai could be delaying or shelving plans for more hydrogen fuel-cell passenger vehicles. And are EVs really more trouble-prone? This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
One of the foundational studies from J.D. Power, its annual IQS, has found that EVs are more trouble-prone
China’s CATL has revealed more details regarding its third-generation cell-to-pack technology, and altogether it includes some impressive claims—including more power and energy by volume than Tesla’s 4680 format
And Hyundai has reportedly delayed the next generation of its Nexo hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle. Together with news from late last year that development on a Genesis luxury fuel-cell model was suspended completely, it’s led to some speculation about whether Hyundai has further shifted the distinctions between where it’s using fuel-cell tech and where it’s emphasizing battery-electric models.
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