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Mercedes-Benz EQA electric crossover reveal dated – What we already know

Mercedes-Benz EQA electric crossover reveal dated – What we already know

Mercedes-Benz is preparing to reveal its next all-electric vehicle, with the new EQA promising to bring its EV tech to a more attainable model than what we've seen from the automaker so far. Third in the EQ family after the EQC electric SUV, and the upcoming EQS electric luxury sedan, the EQA will be an electric compact vehicle, the automaker has confirmed.

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This Sondors Metacycle electric motorcycle is weirdly affordable and looks epic

This Sondors Metacycle electric motorcycle is weirdly affordable and looks epic

Sondors has revealed its first electric motorcycle, branching out from e-bikes but still promising usable range at an unexpectedly affordable price tag. Rather than the five-figure electric motorbikes we've seen from Harley-Davidson, Zero, and others, Sondors' Metacycle will start at just $5,000 the company announced today.

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Apple reportedly weighed buying arguably the most fascinating EV startup

Apple reportedly weighed buying arguably the most fascinating EV startup

Apple reportedly weighed acquiring or investing in electric vehicle startup Canoo, potentially tapping its innovative drive-by-wire platform as it works on its own autonomous EVs. While Apple's Project Titan - the in-house team working on car and driverless tech - has seen its longterm goal evolve over the years since its existence was revealed, currently the group is believed to be developing a full Apple vehicle that would showcase its technology.

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Cadillac flying car and autonomous pod concepts hint at electric roadmap

Cadillac flying car and autonomous pod concepts hint at electric roadmap

Cadillac may have its Celestiq hyper-luxury EV in mind for the near future, but two new concepts - an autonomous lounge pod and a flying car - at CES 2021 today show it's looking further ahead in electrification, too. The Cadillac Personal Autonomous Vehicle and Cadillac Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) Personal Drone aren't exactly close to a commercial launch, but they're part of the automaker's vision of how even those who don't want to drive an electric car themselves may still find some EV in their future.

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Chevrolet Bolt EUV teases Super Cruise ahead of big February reveal

Chevrolet Bolt EUV teases Super Cruise ahead of big February reveal

Chevrolet will reveal its latest electric vehicle, the new Bolt EUV, in February, teasing the driver-assistance technology to be found in the EV at CES 2021 today. A crossover version of the electric hatchback that has been a mainstay of Chevy's range for the last few years, the Bolt EUV will be the first of the automaker's cars to offer Super Cruise.

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Cadillac Celestiq teases electric ultra-luxury and a huge gamble

Cadillac Celestiq teases electric ultra-luxury and a huge gamble

Cadillac has teased its second all-electric vehicle, with the Cadillac Celestiq aiming to push the automaker back into the echelons of ultra-luxury. Where the Lyriq promises an all-electric take on the crossovers that have been such a success for Cadillac in recent years, Celestiq will be more akin to a high-end sedan, albeit with an Ultium-powered twist.

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HERE shows just what’s possible when AV tech turns to futuristic mapping

HERE shows just what’s possible when AV tech turns to futuristic mapping

Figuring that it doesn't matter whether cars are autonomous or human-piloted if the brain in charge doesn't know where they're meant to be going, HERE is rolling out a trio of new mapping tech products at CES 2021. The announcements focus on better navigation through dense and complex urban environments, getting smarter guidance for electric vehicle journeys, and tapping an until-now siloed wealth of location data that could upend logistics and autonomous vehicle development.

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BMW next-gen iDrive preview sees iX e-SUV buck a controversial car tech trend

BMW next-gen iDrive preview sees iX e-SUV buck a controversial car tech trend

Get ready for some more huge dashboard displays, with BMW teasing its upcoming iDrive system at CES 2021 today. Set to be fully unveiled later in the year - and arrive first in the BMW iX all-electric SUV in early 2022 - the new infotainment system won't just see the screens get bigger but, the automaker promises, more flexible and automated too. However, unlike some rivals, BMW isn't turning to the touchscreen for everything.

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GM rebrands for Ultium EV future – New logo for a huge electric challenge

GM rebrands for Ultium EV future – New logo for a huge electric challenge

GM's first electric vehicles based on its new Ultium platform may quite not be ready for dealerships yet, but it's not wasting any time paving the way for upcoming models like the GMC Hummer EV and Cadillac Lyriq. The automaker is revamping its branding, retiring the familiar solid blue square and replacing it with a new version, featuring a gradient of blue tones. It's only the fifth logo change for the automaker in 113 years.

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Cadillac got a bad reputation for infotainment – here’s how its Lyriq EV will change that

Cadillac got a bad reputation for infotainment – here’s how its Lyriq EV will change that

Cadillac's Lyriq all-electric luxury crossover isn't expected to hit dealerships until late 2022, but that hasn't stopped the automaker from previewing some of what should make the cabin of its new EV special. As you'd expect, there's no shortage of displays inside the Ultium-based SUV, but what may set the Lyriq apart is just what they're running.

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A huge electric car milestone was hit in 2020

A huge electric car milestone was hit in 2020

Electric car sales in Norway surged to overtake internal combustion vehicles in 2020, a milestone for EVs, though the automakers driving that success might come as a surprise. 54.3-percent of new passenger vehicle sales in 2020 were battery electric vehicles (BEVs), and the demand for all-electric seems to be increasing.

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Genesis electric crossover plans revealed for 2021 EV splash

Genesis electric crossover plans revealed for 2021 EV splash

Genesis is getting ready to fill the conspicuous EV gap in its line-up, with plans to launch crossover electric vehicles in 2021 that tap parent automaker's E-GMP architecture. The so-called Electric-Global Modular Platform is expected to underpin models from Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis, with Hyundai Motor Group Chairman Euisun Chung today confirming some details as to what's set to show up in dealerships.

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