Author: Electric Auto Assoication        Published 9/7/2020       EAA

If 25% of cars electrify, the US would save billions. Plus news on Hyundai, Ford, Lucid, Fikser, and Citroen.

Hyundai IONIQ

The US economy

Billions could be saved with 25% EVs

A new study shows that billions of dollars in climate and health spending could be saved if just a quarter of active vehicles in the US were to be electric.

Kandi K23

Kandi K23

Kandi

Brand new and $13,000?  How’s that?

Including the $7,500 federal rebate, a new Kandi will cost $13,000 when it is released in the US by the end of this year, the Chinese automaker confirmed.

Lucid Air

Lucid Air

Lucid

San Diego to San Francisco on one charge?

The production version of the Lucid Air, with a 517 mile range, is expected this month, with customer deliveries scheduled in early 2021. The impressive range is met by its just as impressive 300 kW peak charge rate.

Lucid home charging

Lucid home charging

A car your home can depend on

The new Lucid Air will feature bi-directional charging with the potential to be connected to your home grid.

Fisker Ocean

Fisker Ocean

Fisker

The Ocean 3 to get new siblings

Fisker, already planning to release the affordable Ocean 3 in 2022, announced that it will expand its electric car line-up in 2025 with the release of a pick-up, a sports sedan, and a second crossover.

Ford Mustang Mach-E

Ford Mustang Mach-E

Ford (and more)

You can still hear the roar of the engine

Authentic sounding engine noise will now be an option on the Ford Mustang Mach-E.

Other electric vehicle (EV) companies are experimenting with sound, too, in order to meet new federal requirements taking effect this month.

Hyundai IONIQ

Hyundai IONIQ

Hyundai

IONIQ: Updated and soon in triplicate

Hyundai is expanding its IONIQ brand with a CUV, a sedan, and a large SUV.

Karma Revero GTE

Karma Revero GTE

Forbes Magazine

The best for 2020

The magazine names its picks for the 10 most exciting EVs.

Citroen e-C4

Citroen e-C4

Citroen

The French are coming. With the usual style.

Featuring what the company calls a “hushed, cocoon-like” interior, the new e-C4 compact hatchback is launching soon.

The 10th annual National Drive Electric Week is this month!