It is 1,407 kilometers (874 miles) from John O’Groats at the northern tip of the UK to Lands End at the bottom of the country. This summer, a Ford Mustang Mach-E driven by Fergal McGrath, Kevin Booker, and Adam Wood, with BBCcorrespondent Paul Clifton along as the official observer, set a Guinness World Record for electric cars by covering that distance using the least amount of electricity ever recorded. The car averaged more than 6.5 miles per kWh. The previous record for an electric car along the same route was 1.8 miles per kWh, set by a Tesla.
Scenes from Our Ride and Drive in Trotwood Drive Electric Dayton members provided test rides to attendees at the first Green Expo and Car Show on Saturday, Sept. 11 in Trotwood. We had more than a dozen electric cars, including an Audi e-Tron, Chevy Volt, a Ford C-Max Energi, a Ford Mustang Mach E, […]
Automotive News Europe reports that Volkswagen will offer used-vehicle leases on its ID family of electric vehicles, including those in North America, as a strategy to keep control over their valuable batteries. The secondary leases would allow the company to recycle the valuable battery packs into new uses, including home power centers and fast chargers. […]
Drive Electric Dayton is in today’s Kettering Ohio’s Holiday at Home Parade. Fast forward to 1:38:36 to see DED’s three EVs and hear about their mission!🚘🚘🚙 🎉https://youtu.be/lxbruOzRmmQ