Chevrolet has officially ceased production of plug-in hybrid Volt

Chevrolet officially ceases production plug-in hybrid Volt and making it a little earlier than previously stated. Prior to this, the representatives of the company said that the deadline of the final closure of the model will be the beginning of March 2019. Plug-in-hybrid Chevrolet Volt second generation © media.gm.com Earlier rumored to be due to the fact that the company supposedly plans to close the Continue Reading

China introduced the world’s first technical energy standards for electric vehicles

China unveiled the world’s first technical energy standards for electric vehicles. The national standards establish the limits of energy consumption for different types of electric vehicles in accordance with the state administration for market regulation. It is expected that this will facilitate the use of energy saving technologies for electric cars and reduce energy consumption. China is the world’s largest market for electric cars, sales Continue Reading

Geely will update electric crossover Emgrand GSe

Emgrand GSe — an all-electric crossover, released by the Chinese automaker Geely in June 2018. Prices range from ~$18,000 to ~$21 700 including subsidies, and the whole range of electric models is the range on a single charge up to 353 km. Electrocreaser Geely Emgrand GSe © geely.com Compared to the previous Emgrand GSe, the power reserve on a single charge, the new model will Continue Reading

Volvo has started the delivery of its first all-electric trucks Volvo FL and FE Electric Electric in Europe

Volvo Trucks started to deliver its first fully-electric trucks in Europe. These include a dump truck for the company for the disposal and treatment of waste Renova in Hamburg (Germany) and the truck for the Swedish service provider Schenker TGM. Volvo FL Electric & Volvo FE Electric © volvotrucks.com Electric trucks are part of the pilot episode, developed in collaboration with selected customers. Serial production Continue Reading

Delivery e Kia-Niro delayed up to a year due to lack of batteries

Buyers of the Kia e-Niro in Europe will have to wait for the supply of the electric car more than a year, as European demand for the new product clearly superior to expectations and current production capacity of the company. Electric crossover Kia eNiro © press.kia.com Kia, like many other automakers, can’t get enough batteries for electric vehicles to produce e Kia-Niro-in-time. The company prepared Continue Reading