Hyundai wraps in free chargers with its new EVs. Look for numerous enhancements for Audi’s This fall E-Tron. New projections are extra bullish about international EV adoption. And what’s Toyota calling its electrified fashions? This and extra, right here at Green Car Reports.
Those who buy or lease a brand new Hyundai Ioniq 5, Ioniq 6, or Kona Electric by means of October 31 can get a free house charger—plus as much as $600 to cowl set up. It’s supplied by means of the corporate’s Hyundai Home service, which aggregates charging-station potentialities and helps body photo voltaic and vitality storage choices.
The Audi This fall E-Tron is getting elevated vary, plus sooner charging, extra energy, and a sportier tune, the automaker introduced Thursday—for Europe. While Audi hasn’t but confirmed any of those modifications for the U.S., based mostly on how Audi has launched enhancements to its bigger E-Tron fashions they’re possible for 2025.
Toyota earlier this week launched an “Electrified Diversified” advertising marketing campaign that seems to blur the variations between its hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and EVs. Quick: What’s a “hybrid EV,” and is a “battery EV” or a “plug-in EV” the one with no tailpipe?
And analysis introduced earlier this week by the Rocky Mountain Institute has led to a revised forecast from the group—that EV gross sales will high two-thirds of worldwide automobile gross sales by 2030. Credit the acceleration of EV gross sales in “late-adopting” nations with strong new-car gross sales.
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