Genesis shows its first fully electric model. BMW sets a timeline for solid-state tech. We get drive time in the Hyundai Tucson Hybrid. And Toyota confirms an electric pickup in its future. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
Atold us that the superiority of this 38-mpg crossover over non-hybrid versions extends beyond gas mileage. It’s a formidable new rival to the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid and Honda CR-V Hybrid. Is there even a point to making a non-hybrid Tucson?
Toyota has confirmed—with its announcement of the RAV4-sizedyesterday—the arrival of , as well as a hybrid truck, in “the near future.” That’s quite a turnaround for a company that in 2019 was saying that its dealerships weren’t asking for EVs.
Therevealed Monday is a fully electric version of the luxury brand’s gasoline flagship sedan. With 800V charging and a 3.6-kw power takeoff, it borrows some of the tech from the Hyundai Ioniq 5, Kia EV6, and other models built on the company’s new E-GMP platform—even though it isn’t.
BMW on Monday announced that it plans to have aby 2025, and in a production model by 2030. It sees solid-state cell tech powering its “Neue Klasse” EVs, which will get a dedicated electric platform.
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