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First Drive: 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV – An Affordable, Long Range Option

First Drive: 2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV – An Affordable, Long Range Option

Chevrolet’s line-up of battery-electric vehicles is about to get larger with the launch of the new 2024 Equinox EV. The compact crossover has plenty of features that could win over EV skeptics, including a price coming in at under $30,000, reasonable good performance and range of up to 319 miles. Here’s our review.

First Drive: 2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally

First Drive: 2024 Ford Mustang Mach-E Rally

The Ford Mustang Mach-E gets some welcome updates this year, including a big boost in performance. But, most notably, it also gets a new trim package and, as its name implies, the new Mach-E Rally edition is ready for those who’d like to do some serious off-road racing. We checked out the new model at Washington State’s challenging Dirtfish Rally Track. Here’s our review.

First Drive: Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Sets the Benchmark for EV Performance

First Drive: Hyundai Ioniq 5 N Sets the Benchmark for EV Performance

Hyundai may be a brand for the masses, but ignore any model wearing the “N” badge at your own peril. And now, the performance sub-brand is working its magic on the Korean carmaker’s first dedicated EV, the Ioniq 5. But does it live up to expectations? To find out, Headlight.News headed out to California’s scenic Monterey Peninsula to push the new Hyundai Ioniq 5 N to its limits, on track and off.

A Week With: 2024 Volkswagen ID.4 AWD Pro S Plus

A Week With: 2024 Volkswagen ID.4 AWD Pro S Plus

It’s been three years since Volkswagen introduced the ID.4, its first long-range all-electric model to reach U.S. showrooms. Since then, it has rolled out a number of variants, including the latest, the all-wheel-drive Pro S Plus. While not the fastest EV in its class, it is quicker than earlier ID.4 packages and has a number of other pluses that could broaden the EV’s appeal. Find out more in our review at Headlight.News.

Harsh! Consumer Reports Trashes New Fisker Ocean as “Inexcusable”

Harsh! Consumer Reports Trashes New Fisker Ocean as “Inexcusable”

“Incomplete” and “Inexcusable.” Things haven’t been going well for Fisker Inc., the EV start-up that has begun taking steps that could lead to a bankruptcy filing in the coming weeks. Fisker has also announced it is halting production for six weeks. It’s unclear if the company will use that pause to address some of the issues with its first product line, the Fisker Ocean. Based on a new review by Consumer Reports, the list is a long one.

First Drive: 2024 Honda Prologue — A Partnership Pays Off

First Drive: 2024 Honda Prologue — A Partnership Pays Off

Honda is finally getting into the EV game, the automaker getting ready to roll its first long-range model into U.S. showrooms in the coming weeks. The name is an appropriate one, the 2024 Honda Prologue set to become the first in a planned family of EVs set to debut later this decade. While future models will be developed in-house, however, the Japanese automaker took a shortcut with Prologue, turning to its longtime Detroit rival, General Motors for help. Headlight.News has the back story — and a first review of the 2024 Honda Prologue.

First Drive: 2024 Blazer EV – Something for Everybody

First Drive: 2024 Blazer EV – Something for Everybody

Chevrolet is getting into EVs in a big way, the bowtie brand beginning to ramp up production of an all-electric Silverado, prepping the Equinox EV for a launch next year, and confirming the Bolt nameplate will return in all-new form. But the spotlight now is on a battery-powered version of one of its most popular model lines. And Headlight.News spent several days in sunny San Diego getting a chance to drive two versions of the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV.