Month: May 2020

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I’m going to tell you about great deals that you can get on used electric cars under $10,000 and what you need to keep in mind while shopping for them. Let’s talk about it as I take your questions and comments during the LIVE stream which is available exclusively through Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/eforelectric! OUR SPONSOR:
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A bit of an extra episode to try and keep up with some of the new developments in the electric vehicle and energy transition news. Not 100% SFW but very close. No swearing but I suppose if you are of a delicate, mildly repressed disposition it’s a bit ‘near the knuckle’ at times.
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Giga UK? There is a possibility that there could be a Tesla Giga UK and one in Mexico. Recent reports note that the UK government is looking for a 4 million square foot site that will be the location of a new production facility for Tesla. The search is being headed by the Department for
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The Toyota RAV4 Prime starts with the top-selling full-hybrid vehicle in the U.S. market, and adds plug-in hybrid capability for an anticipated 42 miles—3 miles more than previously estimated—of all-electric driving.  And then there’s the punchline: With a higher power output from the hybrid system—302 horsepower—it’s the quickest-accelerating RAV4, the quickest four-door Toyota, and the
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Last fall, Ford introduced the 2021 Mustang Mach-E electric vehicle with at least 300 miles of range. Ford told ArsTechnica that in 2017, it trashed its original plans for its next battery electric vehicle around the time Tesla’s Model 3 arrived. The article by ArsTechnica also pointed out that Ford’s Mach-E was inspired by Tesla
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Hydrogen fuel-cell stations promise speedier throughput on busy weekends. A California city now claims to have the largest public fast-charging site. And Ford isn’t worried about low gas prices and EV adoption. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.  Pasadena, California, is now claiming to have the largest public DC fast-charging station in the
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This week in electric car news: Tesla ups the price of one of its most popular features, a couple of Hummer EV teasers, Dyson unveils its electric car, electric oil tanker and many other EV stories! Support this channel on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/eforelectric! Follow Tom Moloughney at: https://insideevs.com/info/team/tom-moloughney/ Tweets by tommolog Check out Eli Burton’s
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A bit of an apology, then amazing electric trucks and buses, and 20 new nuclear power stations. We need them, the Daily Mail and the Times said so, before retracting their ludicrous claims and almost apologising. Support the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FullyChargedShow
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The current Mercedes-Benz C-Class only underwent its mid-cycle update for 2019 but prototypes for the next-generation model have been out testing for a while. Our latest spy shots show some of the more advanced prototypes for the new C-Class which we expect on the market in 2021 as a 2022 model. The testers are heavily
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Wuling, a brand of General Motors, launched its first electric minivan. The Rong Guang EV, which is an electrified upgrade to the 2008 Rong Guang,  will have two variants that will meet the needs of businesses and personal users. For businesses, the commercial version will have a sealed side and back window and an all-electric
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