We take a primary drive within the Cadillac Lyriq, and GM confirms Plug and Charge comfort for all its EVs. VW reveals its ID.Aero electrical sedan. And Ford remembers the F-150 Lightning over tire pressures. This and extra, right here at Green Car Reports.
In a overview of the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq EV, we discovered this electrical SUV to be an ideal first step in charting the GM luxurious model’s full portfolio of electrical automobiles. Even in single-motor kind it’s a formidable performer—particularly so in its journey and dealing with.
Some Ford F-150 Lightning electrical pickups are being recalled for a problem affecting tire stress—and particularly, the automobile’s tire stress monitoring system. An over-the-air repair is on the best way, however when you test your pressures the old style method you may’t go flawed.
GM has introduced that it’s including Plug and Charge functionality throughout its total lineup of EVs, beginning with the charging community EVgo. And sure, that features the Chevy Bolt EV and EUV. Ford, Mercedes, Porsche, Lucid, and VW are already among the many automakers who’ve adopted the tech in some kind—making redundant separate apps, playing cards, or fobs.
Volkswagen on Monday revealed the ID.Aero idea—true to its title, a really aerodynamic sedan that’s U.S.-bound and will return about 300 miles of EPA vary judging by its WLTP outcomes. The roomy-looking Aero will probably be one of many largest fashions constructed on VW’s MEB platform, together with the ID.Buzz van.
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