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Volvo Announces New EX40 & EC40 Nameplates, Confirms Other Updates

Volvo Announces New EX40 & EC40 Nameplates, Confirms Other Updates

Volvo renames XC40 and C40 Recharge models EX40 and EC40 to help them fall in line with the rest of the EX lineup and also gives ICE-powered models separate updates as the company prepares to expand its presence in the green vehicle market while also giving the firm time to hone the bigger EX90 and EX30 model. Check out the story at Headlight.News.

Chevrolet Announces Range, Delivery Dates for Equinox EV – But Pricing Misses Original $30,000 Target

Chevrolet Announces Range, Delivery Dates for Equinox EV – But Pricing Misses Original $30,000 Target

Chevrolet is rapidly ramping up its battery-electric vehicle lineup, with a mix of products soon to include the Chevy Equinox EV. With deliveries slated to begin “in coming months,” the bowtie brand has released range and other information about the all-electric compact crossover. But the Equinox EV won’t be as affordable as had originally been signaled. Get the details at Headlight.News.

Volvo Cuts Off Funding for Polestar

Volvo Cuts Off Funding for Polestar

Struggling Polestar faces some serious financial challenges now that Volvo, its Swedish parent, plans to cut off funding for the battery-electric startup. It’s the latest sign of retrenchment by the auto industry as the rapid growth of EV sales has started to flatten out. Volvo itself continues to move forward with plans to become an all-electric brand by decade’s end. Investors applauded the move — and Volvo’s stronger than expected earnings.

Ford EV Owners Getting Free Tesla Supercharger Adapters

Ford EV Owners Getting Free Tesla Supercharger Adapters

Ford was the first automaker to tie up with Tesla, announcing plans to switch to the NACS plug letting owners of products like the Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning use the big Tesla Supercharger network. Ford CEO Jim Farley on Wednesday announced “eligible” owners...

Detroit Auto Show Moving Back to January

Detroit Auto Show Moving Back to January

The North American International Auto Show is returning to January, reversing an effort to build attendance by moving the annual event to a summer schedule. Like other auto shows in the U.S. and Europe, the Detroit Auto Show has suffered from declining interest by both the public and the automakers who once saw it as a must-attend event.

EV Sales Could Slow as Tesla, Nissan, GM Lose U.S. Tax Credits on Some Models

EV Sales Could Slow as Tesla, Nissan, GM Lose U.S. Tax Credits on Some Models

The New Year brings bad news for potential EV buyers as only a handful of models now qualify for federal tax credits of up to $7,500. That’s because of new requirements covering the sourcing of batteries and raw materials like lithium and cobalt. Among the brands impacted are Tesla, Nissan, General Motors and Ford. And analysts worry this could further slow growth of EV sales.

Here are the 40+ EVs Coming to Market in 2024

Here are the 40+ EVs Coming to Market in 2024

As recently as 2019 you’d have to struggle to find an EV at your local showroom. Today, however, there are more than 50 different nameplates available in the U.S., the vast majority offered with range exceeding 200 miles – and some products doubling that figure. But the pace of introductions is only set to accelerate, with dozens of new battery-electric vehicles soon coming to market. Headlight.News checks out the most interesting and important products debuting in 2024.