Volkswagen has so far only shown two versions of the new ID Buzz, both based on the short wheelbase chassis. One is the five-seater passenger version, while the other is the ID Buzz Cargo that can take two EU pallets side by side; neither of these will be sold in the United States, but there are three (possibly four) additional variants planned, two of which will make it to the US.
Tesla has started to push a new software update to increase the top speed limit of Autopilot for vehicles with ‘Tesla Vision’ to 85 mph.Read More
EV charging network Electrify America has announced the start of a 15-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) with renewable energy developer Terra-Gen to build a sustainable solar farm in Southern California. The project, named “Electrify America Solar Glow 1,” is estimated to produce enough solar power annually to more than offset any energy delivered on […]
Major automakers are currently on track to fail to meet necessary climate goals to keep the world under 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming, according to a new report by InfluenceMap.Read More