GM faces some backlash for a big investment in EVs in Mexico. Jeep rolls out some cool aftermarket pieces for its plug-in hybrid Wrangler. And EV charging apps are cause for confusion. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
On its Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid, Jeep has introduced the—and, we believe, the first such kit for any kind of EV. In addition to the kit permitting extreme engine-off off-roading, Jeep is offering tube doors, rock rails, off-road lights, and more.
General Motors has announcedthat will produce EVs not yet announced as well as battery and propulsion pieces for the automaker’s Ultium EV family. The UAW is not happy.
Electric-vehicle charging apps are at present one of the most bewildering aspects of EV ownership. With each charging network and mapping app—ChargePoint, for instance, in a recent announcement—trying to be your go-to for planning charging stops while you’re driving,more like the one Tesla owners enjoy?
And over at Motor Authority: Thefor fuel-cell truck powertrains now has a name: Celltronic. The project aims to make fuel cells at scale by 2025.
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