Tesla may be adding swivel screens to the Model S and Model X. The Volvo lineup is fully electrified — somehow. Fischer is working on a 550-mile electric sports car. And is it worth finding a 350-kW fast-charging connector with a Hyundai Ioniq 5 or Kia EV6? This and more, here and here Green Car Report.
The entire Volvo lineup in the United States is being electrified for 2023 — although that means a mix of light hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and electric vehicles. It is on track to build the brand All-EV by 2030. A new light-hybrid XC40 and refreshed XC40 recharge are part of this year’s fully electrified lineup.
Tesla is reported to have added a swivel screen to the latest version of the Model S. Although Tesla itself is not sure, features and a new mechanism are seen tilting the screen towards the driver (or passenger) when it is helpful — or enable gaming or entertainment more easily. So far Tesla fans seem excited about it, and so we ask, why isn’t it a rolling (portrait / landscape) screen?
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Kia EV6 boast of super-fast charging at 800 volts on 350-kW connectors, bringing 10% -80% charge in less than 18 minutes. Do you really need to find a 350-kW connector on a road trip, or is the 150-kW connector okay? Spoiler alert: Do not go out of your way for 350 kW This car, But you’ll want to read about how and why.
And if you missed it yesterday, Fischer released a glimpse of a flagship electric sports car, nicknamed Project Ronin, aimed at showcasing the company’s performance. The company is already teasing 550 miles, with a debut for the design in August 2023 and production after 2024.
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