We review the Genesis GV60. Cadillac Lyric has a price tag and range rating. Electric RVs can embrace solar and aero. And is VW working close to its US dealers? This and much more, here in the Green Car report.
The Genesis GV60 is one of a growing group of premium electric crossovers, including the Audi Q4, Mercedes EQB, Lexus RZ, Volvo C40 Recharge— and of course the Tesla Model Y. How does it drive and perform, compared to the Ioniq 5 and EV6? You may want to read our review of Genesis GV60.
The 2023 Cadillac Lyriq is priced at $ 62,990 in single-motor rear-wheel-drive format, while the dual-motor all-wheel-drive version is priced at just over $ 2,000, GM revealed Monday. It is Cadillac’s first electric car, and the first of GM’s Ultium-platform cars to be produced with a single-tier pack. The automaker further expects it to deliver an EPA range of 312 miles in RWD format.
Is Volkswagen working to bypass its U.S. dealer network to some extent with the creation of a scout electric SUV brand? While no confirmation has been received from VW about the brand’s plans, creating a new brand without looping the parent company’s sales company could be an indication that it is planning a Tesla-like model অথবা or perhaps, a polyester-like hybrid model.
And while the RV industry is battling the idea of how electric RVs can meet expectations for range and charging, a team of Dutch university students continues to fine-tune its Stella Vita electric RV, which gets approximately 372 miles in the 60’s. kwh Battery Pack — Thanks to a super-aerodynamic design, lightweight construction and extended, roof mounted solar panels. Is this the true future of RVs?
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