Another US manufacturer is a prospect for VW’s Scout EV brand. DC is considering putting a premium on heavy vehicles; Will it affect EVs? And finding words about EVs is still a problem. This and more, here and here Green Car Report
The results of JD Power’s study suggest that what we’ve known for a long time is: that only people who have a butt in the seat sell on EVs. It further stressed that automakers are still not doing particularly well in making word about EVs, with about one-third rejecting EVs simply because of a lack of information.
The District of Columbia is considering a proposal to keep vehicles small and light on its city streets. It will hit some of the largest internal combustion vehicles, including heavy-duty trucks and a $ 500 annual registration fee. But will it affect the acceptance of electric trucks and their heavyweight battery packs?
Volkswagen is reportedly looking for a separate US factory site for its upcoming Scout EV brand. And according to company executives, the brand could also sell commercial vehicles. Scout “will be a separate brand and unit within the Volkswagen Group that will operate independently.”
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