June 19, 2024
Electric & Hybrid Cars

Expert review of the top midsize SUVs for 2024

When SUVs first hit the market, midsize options like the Explorer, Blazer, Grand Cherokee, Pathfinder, and 4Runner dominated. These vehicles popularized the SUV segment, leading to the diverse range of midsize SUVs we see today. From family haulers to off-road beasts, the midsize SUV category offers something for everyone. Today, midsize SUVs come in various

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The SP600 prototype from Aspark achieves world record speed for electric vehicles

Japanese car manufacturer Aspark gained attention with the all-electric Owl, aiming to be the fastest-accelerating electric car in the world. Although it was surpassed by the McMurtry Speirling in terms of acceleration times, Aspark recently set a new record with an electric hypercar prototype. The Aspark SP600 is the outcome of a collaboration between Aspark,

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EVs face yet another hurdle as charging cable thieves become prevalent

DETROIT — Just before 2 a.m. on a chilly April night in Seattle, a Chevrolet Silverado pickup stopped at an electric vehicle charging station on the edge of a shopping center parking lot. Two men, one with a light strapped to his head, got out. A security camera recorded them pulling out bolt cutters. One

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The prices of used electric vehicles (EVs) are dropping more rapidly than those of gas models.

Despite prices decreasing slightly, brand-new electric vehicles are still significantly more expensive than comparable gasoline models. However, on the secondary market, a recent study by iSeeCars has revealed that used electric vehicle prices have dropped below those of used gasoline models for the first time. The study also found that the prices of used electric

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China’s urban areas witness a surge in robot cars

Thanks to the strong support of the Chinese government — and the willingness of China’s drivers to embrace autonomous technology — a bold experiment to deploy self-driving cars on bustling city streets is currently underway in China. In Wuhan, a city with a population of 11 million and over four million vehicles, a fleet of

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Mexico is being flooded with Chinese cars, causing concern in the U.S.

A large number of vehicles are lined up for export to Mexico at the dock in Lianyungang, China. (Getty Images) Four years post the adoption of the United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement (USMCA), both Mexico and the U.S. are facing a common concern: the potential dominance of cheap Chinese electric vehicles in a rapidly growing market,

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Study finds significant price reductions in used electric vehicles

Preowned vehicle pricing has been fluctuating significantly in recent years, with electric vehicles leading the trend of decreasing prices. iSeeCars’ latest study revealed that several electric models are at the forefront of this favorable trend. iSeeCars ranked the vehicles with the largest year-over-year price decreases as of May 2024, with the Jaguar I-Pace experiencing the

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Honda unveils an adorable, compact electric van designed for the Japanese market

Honda is aiming to increase electric vehicle (EV) sales in Japan by focusing on the popular kei van market segment. These compact vans are commonly seen on Japanese roads, and the electric N-Van e: was specifically designed to meet various transportation needs. The N-Van e: was first revealed in December 2022 and is based on

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In 2024, What Is the Fastest Car in the World?

Not too long ago, the idea of reaching speeds of 200 miles per hour in a car on a regular road seemed impossible. However, that threshold has been surpassed, and the automotive world is now aiming for even higher speeds, with 300 miles per hour as the new benchmark. Some cars have already achieved speeds

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Fossil fuel and ethanol companies file lawsuit to halt Biden’s efforts to promote clean air and electric vehicles

The largest oil trade group in the nation, which includes Exxon Mobil and Chevron, has filed a federal lawsuit seeking to block the Biden administration’s efforts to reduce emissions from cars and light trucks and promote electric vehicle manufacturing. In March, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued new rules on tailpipe emissions that are expected

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