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The Not So Electric Near Future

The public is overestimating the impact EVs will have on the car parc in the immediate future.

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New Hyundai/Kia Air Skirt Helps to Maximize EV Range

The Active Air Skirt (AAS) helps improve driving range and stability of EVs, the companies said.

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Kelley Blue Book: Americans Bought Nearly 1.2 Million EVs in 2023

EVs represent the fastest-growing car sales category, holding a 7.6% share of the total U.S. vehicle market in 2023, Kelly Blue Book reports.

Canada Announces New EV Availability Standard

To support the transition to electric, the Canadian government has committed $1.2 billion to establish 84,500 chargers by 2029.

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GreenPower Produces its First All-Electric School Buses

The company has completed manufacturing of its first four all-electric, purpose-built school buses at its West Virginia facility.

RVshare, Grounded to Launch Electric RV Rental Program

RVshare’s electric recreational vehicle rental program will debut in the Detroit market.

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Ryder Deploys First BrightDrop Electric Vans into Rental Fleet

The electric vans have been deployed at four strategic Ryder facilities in California, Texas and New York.

Report: Inflation Reduction Act Sparks Surge in EV Investment

Manufacturers have announced more than $80 billion in EV and EV charging investments since the IRA passed.

EU To Import 1+ Million EVs From China, Study Says

Chinese brands like BYD, XPENG and NIO are launching models across Europe in 2023.

MAHLE CEO: Thermal Management to Be Big Aftermarket Business

CEO Arnd Franz shares how thermal management will be a boon for the aftermarket.

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Autologue’s Jim Franco: Opportunities in Today’s Market

Find out why Jim Franco is as energized as ever about the business opportunities he sees in the market today.

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Blink Expands EV Charging Infrastructure Across Latin America

The company has plans to expand its charging solutions in Brazil, Argentina and Peru.