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Tesla has released details on exactly how much it will cost to use its Supercharger network. Tesla Model S and Model X buyers who order their cars after January 15, 2017 will get roughly 1,000 miles, or 400 kilowatt-hours, per year for free. After that, the cost for Supercharging will differ from state to state […]

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One of the newest automakers on the scene, Faraday Future, says that is has 64,124 reservations for its new all-electric FF 91 SUV. All of those reservations rolled in within 36 hours of the FF 91 being revealed, but there is a catch. Faraday didn’t break down how many of those were priority reservations, which […]

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As part of its latest update, Tesla is forcing its Autopilot semi-autonomous system to obey the speed limits on city streets and non-divided highways. Before the update, Tesla owners were able to set Autopilot at up to five mph over the posted speed limit, but now that leeway is being removed when the car is […]

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Volkswagen is combining its past and future with its latest concept, an all-electric van that takes its inspiration from the Microbus. This is the second vehicle in the I.D. family and will also be based on the Modular Electric Drive Kit (MEB) platform, a new scalable platform that will underpin a number of new electric […]

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Federal regulators will grant the auto industry’s requests for relief from certain aspects of the U.S. government’s light-vehicle fuel economy program. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will postpone a steep increase in penalties that was supposed to be applied to 2015 model-year vehicles but will now be held off until 2019. NHTSA acknowledges […]

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Pricing for the new Chevrolet Cruze diesel has been announced with the car starting at $24,670. That base price nets you a Cruze sedan with a six-speed manual, while bumping up to the nine-speed automatic pushes the price up to $26,270. To get the diesel engine, the Cruze must be at least an LT trim […]

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The 2017 Chrysler Pacific Hybrid has been rated at 84 MPGe by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and will be able to drive a total of 566 miles. On electricity alone, the van will be able to travel a total of 33 miles thanks to its 16-kWh lithium-ion battery pack stored under the second-row floor. […]

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A Maserati executive has confirmed that the Italian brand will be build an electric version of its upcoming Alfieri sports car. Maserati’s region manager for Europe, Peter Denton, confirmed the news to just-auto, saying that an all-electric Alfieri should arrive around 2020. The Alfieri will be a full on sports car, aimed at competing with […]

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British supercar maker McLaren has confirmed that it is building a new three-seat “Hyper-GT” car, of which only 106 will be built. McLaren Special Operations (MSO), the bespoke arm of the company, is responsible for putting this car together. Codenamed BP23, all 106 units of the car have already been pre-sold, though pricing wasn’t mentioned. […]

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Hyundai plans to release its all-electric Ioniq before the end of 2016 and the brand already has plans to boost its range straight away. According to the director of Hyundai’s eco-vehicles Ahn Byung-ki, the Ioniq will be able to travel more than 200 miles by 2018. When it launches early next year, the Ioniq will […]

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