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Should Police Cruisers Be Fully Electric Cars? Is It Economical?

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Karma GS-6 review, Aptera performance, EQS reveal, MX-30, hybrids before Prius: The Week in Reverse

Which automaker has a Canadian compliance car with just 94 miles of range? Which plug-in hybrid isn’t staying on dealer lots because demand remains so strong? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the week ending April 16, 2021. Mercedes-Benz finally did the full reveal of its …

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Awesomely Weird Alibaba EV of the Week: $5,800 solar power electric car

If you’re already sold on the many benefits of driving an electric car, then you’re probably in the pro-solar-energy camp as well. You may have even considered the interesting proposition of marrying the two into a solar electric car, charging your EV for free with the sun rays currently cooking your paint job. But if …

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Official: GM And LG Energy To Build 2nd Ultium Battery Cell Plant

General Motors and LG Chem‘s LG Energy Solution officially announced that their 50/50 joint venture Ultium Cells LLC will build the second lithium-ion battery cell manufacturing plant in the U.S. (the first one is under construction in Lordstown, Ohio). The goal is to “significantly increase GM’s ability to lead in the production of batteries at …

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