Hyundai $20,000 EV, Blazer EV patrol car, solid-state CO2 benefits, VW’s Scout: Today’s Car News

Volkswagen shifts its major U.S. government above to Scout. Strong-state batteries could assistance give EVs a lighter carbon footprint. Hyundai is performing on a low-priced electric powered compact motor vehicle. And GM confirms electric law enforcement automobiles. This and more, here at Green Car or truck Stories. 

This week’s expose of the 2024 Chevy Blazer EV also bundled the confirmation that GM is doing the job on “purpose-built” electric powered Police Pursuit Car or truck (PPV) types primarily based on the Blazer EV SS functionality version. With the Blazer a rather larger sized measurement than the Mach-E or Design Y, and a preliminary variety of up to 320 miles, it may possibly hit a sweet place for what patrols need to have to go electric. 

Solid-state batteries could cut the battery-relevant carbon footprint of EV batteries 24% with the technology alone, according to a new report from lifecycle analysts Minviro and commissioned by Transport & Setting. Determine in the use of sustainable components and the reduction could jump to 39%. 

Hyundai is doing the job on an entry-amount, $20,000 electric minicar for Europe, according to a best Hyundai Motor Europe govt. With the lowest priced U.S. electrical motor vehicle the $35,295 Hyundai Kona EV, and the sub-$20,000 Hyundai Accent not too long ago discontinued, we have to ponder if it may possibly also be welcome in the U.S.

And Volkswagen has shifted its U.S. CEO in excess of to lead the Scout electrical truck and SUV brand name. Although little has been nonetheless explained about the manufacturer, its solutions, or its income product, the go implies that VW Group sees Scout as a big possibility, not a market exertion. As aspect of the announcement, VW confirmed that throughout its models it will provide 25 battery electrical products in the U.S. by 2030.


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