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The U.S. Trade Representative’s office said on Friday it was committed to legislation strengthening the domestic electric vehicle industry despite objections from Mexico and Canada over a proposed tax credit for electric vehicles built by U.S. union workers. The proposed $12,500 electric vehicle tax credit would include $4,500 for EVs built in the United States
Ford is recalling certain 2021- and 2022-model-year Escape and Bronco Sport crossovers for improperly manufactured rear brake pads that won’t stop the vehicles within the government-mandated distance. The problem is said to be caused by a manufacturing error at Continental Automotive Mexicana, the brake pad supplier. Ford estimates there are nearly 125,000 vehicles covered by the

Lexus RZ battery electric crossover teased

Lexus has dropped a teaser video glimpsing the brand’s first fully electric vehicle to be sold in the U.S. Called the Lexus RZ, it features the angular styling we’ve come to expect from Toyota’s luxury marque, but underneath the sheetmetal we’re probably getting a foundation we’ve seen quite a bit of in recent weeks. That’s
While the Hyundai Kona N tops the price range for Hyundai’s N models, the 2022 Elantra N slides in just below its Veloster cousin to become the cheapest way to get a hopped-up Korean compact. The standard version with the six-speed manual starts at $32,925 including destination. That makes it $600 less than the equivalent

2022 Porsche Taycan GTS Track Review

ROSAMOND, Calif. – Talking about electric cars inevitably comes down to charge times, range, kilowatts this and volts that. Even the lone performance-oriented element that gets frequently mentioned, the 0-60 time, is itself just a number. It’s all so very geeky. Much as the common sports fan doesn’t fall in love with the game because