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Latest New Pure electric Vehicles For 2021

03 May 2021

Ford reportedly reviving F-150 Lightning for electric F-Series pickup Ford has reportedly decided to use the F-150 Lightning name for its upcoming fully electric F-Series models due starting in 2022. The report, originating from Car and Driver but not confirmed by Ford, cites a Ford document provided to the publication... ? Bengt Halvorson • 1 day ago

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Porsche Taycan

03 May 2021

The Taycan's heart is electric: its spirit though, is significantly that of a Porsche. Jonathan Crouch has a look. 10 Second Evaluation

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New Mercedes EQC Hits The Mark

03 May 2021

The Definitive Review - Mercedes-Benz EQC C-CHANGE The EQC stands for Mercedes' first major venture into the full-EV market. Jonathan Crouch has a look. The Mercedes EQC is a large high-end SUV that's totally electric yet it's quite an item normal of the 3 Pointed Celebrity. It's extremely class-competitive in terms of things like driving variety, cabin usefulness as well as billing time replenishment. As well as arguably segment leading in terms of interior finish as well as driving refinement.

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The Definitive Review - BMW i3

03 May 2021

BMW's long-awaited electric vehicle, the i3, always promised much. These days, with a gutsier 120Ah battery, it delivers even more. Jonathan Crouch reports. Ten Second Review BMW i3 has proved to be a successful first stab at the all-electric vehicle market for its Munich maker and since the original 2013 launch, the Munich maker hasn't stopped trying to improve it. In 2016, the original 60Ah version was replaced with a 94Ah variant that boosted this model's all-electric operating range to over 200 miles. A year later, BMW gave the styling a minor refresh and added a slightly pokier i3s derivative into the range. Then in late 2018, the brand introduced a larger 120Ah battery that promised a driving range increase of up to 30%. The result of all these improvements is a car that's now even harder to ignore in this growing segment.

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