General Motors is streamlining its charging practical experience, forward of the arrival of the Cadillac Lyriq and other Ultium EVs. Volkswagen facts the all-wheel-drive ID.4. The Audi E-Tron lineup returns with a fresh new glance. And Honda just released the upcoming-technology version of its tiny-car or truck mainstay, the Civic, with no indication of a hybrid version. Is it coming? This and more, right here at Eco-friendly Auto Studies.
Honda has exposed an 11th-generation version of its Civic compact car or truck, in sedan form. But this longtime icon for small-motor vehicle enjoyment and efficiency is missing any indication of electrification: Is a Honda Civic Hybrid hatchback on the way?
Standard Motors declared that it programs to present “one-click” entry to at the very least seven charging networks, alongside with dynamic route-and-effectiveness performance, all in unified brand applications that ought to enable make every little thing from everyday home charging to street-trip quickly-charging a large amount less difficult in the Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUV as perfectly as upcoming Ultium EVs such as the GMC Hummer EV and Chevy Silverado EV. GM also claimed it’s on keep track of to physically set up about 500 new DC quick-chargers with one of all those lover charging networks, EVgo, by the stop of the year.
The 2022 Audi E-Tron SUV and Sportback return for a new design yr with a new glance, offered by a Chronos Edition and some new wheel models. As they enter a fourth design year—and the Q4 E-Tron and E-Tron GT arrive—they’ll no lengthier be the lone EVs in the lineup.
The dual-motor all-wheel-travel variation of Volkswagen’s mass-sector electric powered car, the ID.4 has manufactured its formal debut. Though called the GTX in Europe and offered a sportier seem, the design will be bought as the VW ID.4 AWD Professional in the U.S.