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Here comes the US’s largest self-sustaining renewable bus depot

Clean energy trailblazer Montgomery County, Maryland, has announced it’s building what will be the largest self-sustaining, renewable-powered bus depot in the US. The bus depot will be an Energy as a Service microgrid – that means it will offer various energy-related services to consumers in addition to supplying electricity. It’s known as Montgomery County’s Equipment …

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Hyundai Won’t Take A “Knee-Jerk Reaction” To Tesla’s Price Cuts, Says European CEO

Tesla’s price cuts have prompted a new response from a rival automaker, and this time it’s Hyundai that takes to the stand to explain how it will handle the issue of lowering prices for its EVs. Speaking during the Reuters Automotive Conference in Munich, Hyundai’s European CEO Michael Cole said that the carmaker was not …

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Chrysler Airflow name, design, won’t carry over to production EV

The Chrysler Airflow concept may no longer be the template for the brand’s first production EV. Chrysler’s first EV will still be a two-row crossover like the Airflow concept, but with a different name and styling in response to directives from CEO Christine Feuell, according to a new Motor Trend report. The Airflow concept was …

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Rimac Nevera sets new 0-60 mph record of 1.74 seconds

The Rimac Nevera has set nearly two dozen new performance records, including a 0-60 mph acceleration record for production cars, the company announced Wednesday. The all-electric Nevera achieved 0-60 mph in 1.74 seconds at the Automotive Testing Papenburg (ATP) test track in Germany, a number that was independently verified by data loggers from Dewesoft and …

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Chrysler Airflow Is Reportedly Dead, Replaced By New “More Modern” Concept

The Chrysler Airflow is dead. Despite multiple iterations of the concept, many of which looked like production-ready models for Chrysler’s first electric vehicle, it will not go on sale. Instead, Chrysler will launch a new large crossover in its place, potentially as early as 2025.  According to an article by MotorTrend, the decision came from …

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