A pickup truck is again on the desk at VW, however it’s not totally electrical. Ram teases its electrical truck coming to dealerships subsequent yr. The Subaru Crosstrek not has a plug-in possibility. And EVs by the month return to Hyundai. This and extra, right here at Inexperienced Automotive Studies.
Hyundai will quickly, as soon as once more, supply electrical autos through a month-to-month subscription, with a single fee that features insurance coverage, roadside help, and upkeep. Primarily based on 1,000 month-to-month miles, costs for the EV subscription, known as Evolve+, begin at $699 a month for the Kona Electrical and $899 a month for the Ioniq 5. And naturally it’s all coordinated through its personal smartphone app.
Based on VW’s high U.S. govt, the model is contemplating both a hybrid or plug-in hybrid pickup truck for America. Timing is unclear, and the undertaking seems to shut the door (for now) on the Volkswagen electrical truck that had critically been on the desk earlier than the formation of the standalone Scout model.
Subaru has confirmed to Inexperienced Automotive Studies that there’s no plan for a Crosstrek Hybrid past 2023. A brand new-generation Crosstrek made its debut Thursday, and with the current arrival of the Solterra, and California’s tighter necessities for upcoming plug-in hybrids, this 17-mile PHEV might have been residing on borrowed time.
And in two new teaser photographs of the manufacturing Ram 1500 REV electrical truck, the Stellantis truck model on Thursday confirmed that the entrance finish of its manufacturing EV will possible look loads just like the idea truck it revealed final month at CES. Extra is because of be revealed on Tremendous Bowl Sunday, February 12.
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