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The Electric VW ID.7 is Coming

VW continues to delight with sedan choices in a market that has largely abandoned cars in favor of SUVs. The new electric ID.7 is another great example.

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Toyota's Hydrogen Development Milestone

Toyota has been working on hydrogen development for more than 30 years and is a strong proponent of fuel cell electric vehicles.

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Daily Life with a Toyota RAV4

Not everybody is ready to go electric, so we’re doing a long-term test of an efficient gas powered Toyota RAV4. Wait…what? Did we really get 43 mpg on gas?

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Is Our Electrified Future Coming Too Fast?

There’s good reason to question the regulatory tunnel vision at play as we move toward an electrified future. Do we have the means to power it?

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Update: Honda Prologue and Acura ZDX

The Honda Prologue electric vehicle and its uplevel Acura ZDX stablemate will qualify for full $7,500 federal tax credit.

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Italian Chic: Alfa Romeo Tonale

Alfa Romeo Tonale is stylish, electrified, and very efficient. It's also the 2024 Green SUV of the Year.

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EV Service is Off to a Good Start

Electric vehicles are a game changer in many respects. But how will they affect the way service is traditionally delivered at dealerships?

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Hybrid Flex-Fuel Vehicles Reduce C02

Cleaner than EVs, hybrid flex-fuel vehicles provide a realistic approach to achieving carbon reduction goals. Why are they being ignored?

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The Path to Zero Carbon with Renewable Propane

Renewable propane, also called rPropane, will allow commercial fleets and consumers to achieve net zero carbon emissions in the next 10 years.

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Fueling a Low-Net Carbon Future

Alternative fuels like hydrogen, propane, alcohol, compressed natural gas, and other drop-in fuels have an important role to play in lowering carbon emissions.

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Unlocking the Potential of EVs with eRoaming

As the EV revolution picks up steam, ensuring a convenient and reliable EV charging experience with eRoaming will work toward unlocking further growth.

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Hydrogen an Option for U.S. Trucking

Is Hydrogen Too Expensive For Trucks? Europe’s second biggest truck manufacturer thinks so, but American experts disagree.

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Nissan Ariya EV Blends Tradition and Tech

Continuing Nissan’s electrification legacy, the Nissan Ariya EV takes to the streets with traditional Japanese styling and modern technology in tow.

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EPA's EV Rules are Out of Whack

EPA and the Biden administration moved the goalposts with its proposed greenhouse gas emissions rules for light-duty vehicles covering model years 2027-2032.

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Demand is Surging for Affordable Electric Vehicles

There’s a disconnect in the automotive market as manufacturers focus on larger EVs rather than smaller and more affordable electric vehicles buyers want.

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A Total Energy Meter for Electric Vehicles

Electric vehicle trailblazer Alan Cocconi has devised an EV total energy meter to more accurately predict driving range. He invites automakers to use it.

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Running an EV Company in a Disruptive World

Karma Automotive President Marques McCammon shares insight on the electric vehicle field’s disruption and differentiators that help define a brand.

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Sustainable Mobility: Energizing the Next Generation

Schaeffler’s e-mobility transformation answers the call for systems to power next generation vehicles.

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