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Ford Mustang Mach-E Passes Michigan State Police Testing

You’re not going to see Ford Mustang Mach-E police cars in your rear view mirror next week. But in the future, you could. The Michigan State Police have pretty much established the standard when it comes to testing cars for police use. They put cars through grueling acceleration, top speed, braking, high-speed pursuit, and emergency … Continue reading Ford Mustang Mach-E Passes Michigan State Police Testing

Ford Boosts F-150 Lightning Production Before It Even Begins

Despite not having built a single production truck yet, Ford has already announced a production increase to 80,000 F-150 Lightning electric pickup trucks annually. Ford will invest another $250 million across three Michigan plants involved with F-150 Lightning production, and hire 450 more workers to build them. The Drive has more details. It may seem … Continue reading Ford Boosts F-150 Lightning Production Before It Even Begins

Yamaha, Honda, KTM, and Piaggio Commit To Standard Swappable Batteries

The biggest issue with electric vehicles is the recharge time. Society is accustomed to stopping at a gas station, filling the tank in a few minutes, and driving another few hundred miles. Electric doesn’t work that way — yet. One way to bypass this issue is rather than wait for your batteries to recharge, simply … Continue reading Yamaha, Honda, KTM, and Piaggio┬áCommit To Standard Swappable Batteries

Subaru Teases Their First Electric Vehicle: The Solterra

Subaru’s been slow to hop on the electric bandwagon, but they’re getting there. They just released teaser photos of the Solterra, their first electric model. Naturally, it’s an SUV. I agree with Elektrek’s take on this. All-wheel-drive is what Subaru is best known for, and they’re doubling down on that. But when it comes to … Continue reading Subaru Teases Their First Electric Vehicle: The Solterra

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