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Earlier this year, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, which created new tax credits for EV purchases, including used EVs for the first time. Though praised as a significant step forward for climate change mitigation and the environment, vehicles must meet strict requirements to qualify for the tax credits. To meet the requirements for
Back in the 1970s, when the Pinto was the cheapest American-built car Ford sold here (the even more affordable Fiesta was built in Europe), it seemed like a good idea to create a Pinto trim package that shaved a few additional bucks off the sticker price. That was the Pinto Pony, introduced for the 1977
China-built Teslas queued up for export at the port in Shanghai. (Getty Images)   Tesla is ramping up production at its factories in Texas and Shanghai to head off an upcoming ambush of new EVs from legacy automakers. On Monday, the world’s largest EV maker completed a long-delayed project to expand capacity at Gigafactory Shanghai,

Uber now offers EV rides in 25 cities

Uber has expanded its Comfort Electric service “nationwide” to 24 US cities, letting users request rides in all-electric vehicles like the Tesla Model 3, Polestar 2 and Ford Mustang Mach-E. It also expanded to Vancouver in British Columbia, which has the highest sales rate of zero-emission vehicles in North America. Comfort Electric launched last May
NEW YORK — The global movement by governments and automakers to boost electrification of cars does not mean ethanol will be dead as a product, according to an executive of one of the world’s largest producers of the biofuel. Beyond the demand that will continue to exist in countries that produce the biofuel and where