GM suggests it is dashing together with Chevy Silverado EV testing. Hyundai’s head-turning new EVs obtain some noteworthy security scores. And what does the Supreme Court’s EPA ruling imply to your EV’s carbon footprint? This and extra, right here at Green Car Reports.
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 already provides loads to like. And now it’s achieved some top-tier crash-test outcomes and security rankings, too, with its addition to the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ shortlist. That’s an excellent signal for the Kia EV6 and Genesis GV60—and lately revealed Hyundai Ioniq 6 sedan—which are all constructed on the identical platform.
We additionally seemed on the Supreme Court’s EPA ruling, and what it means for the carbon footprint of your EV. As we point out usually, electrical automobiles are solely as clear because the grid they plug into, and after the defeat of this free-market strategy to controlling carbon emissions the longer term is wanting shakier.
And GM teased that it’s already on the testing and validation stage with its Chevy Silverado EV electrical pickup—maybe a touch that, just like the Cadillac Lyriq and GMC Hummer EV, it additionally may arrive forward of schedule. For the Silverado EV, that’s early 2023. The automaker additionally says that it’s anticipating 95% of the Silverado EVs can be day by day drivers.
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