Ford cuts some hybrids and plug-in hybrids from the lineup. Cadillac previews its lowest-priced EV. And we see how the aero obsession has returned, practically a century later, in EVs. This and extra, right here at Green Car Reports.
There received’t be a 2024 Ford Explorer Hybrid, the automaker confirmed final week, and the Lincoln Aviator Grand Touring plug-in hybrid has additionally been nixed from the lineup. That frees up room for the thriving police-duty Police Interceptor, primarily based on the Explorer Hybrid—and, seemingly, focuses towards the totally electrical seven-passenger SUV due in 2025.
GM’s Cadillac luxurious model confirmed Friday that its 2025 Optiq electrical SUV would be the entry level amongst its American-market EVs, slotting under the Lyriq. Today’s lowest-priced Cadillac is the $35,000 CT4 sedan, so don’t anticipate it to undercut inner combustion fairly but, even because the model pushes towards all EVs by 2030.
And this weekend we checked out how the EV age has revived an aerodynamic obsession within the auto trade. One such instance, Audi, not too long ago identified that its predecessor corporations again within the Nineteen Thirties labored on wild aero-focused combustion-engine automobiles. Now that EVs are made extra viable with each little bit of effectivity and vary, it seems that aero is certainly again in vogue.
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