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Person charging a Chevrolet Blazer SS.

Chevrolet teases the high-performance Blazer SS EV

General Motors teases the new Chevrolet Blazer SS electric SUV. It’ll be the first high-performance EV from Chevy.
Britishvolt and Aston Martin electric vehicle battery cells.

Aston Martin partners with Britishvolt to develop EV batteries

Aston Martin and Britishvolt will co-develop electric vehicle (EV) batteries. Aston Martin hopes to launch its pure EV in 2026.
Kia EV6 at an Electrify America charging station.

Electrify America gives Kia EV6 owners up to 4,000 miles of free charging

Electrify America partners with Kia to provide 1,000 kWh of free charging to EV6 owners. If you get an EV6, you have three years to use it.
Two silhouettes of Nissan and Infiniti electric vehicles.

Nissan and Infiniti tease two EVs that the Mississippi assembly plant will build

Nissan will expand its electric vehicle (EV) lineup. It begins in 2025 with two new EVs that the Canton assembly plant will build.
Electric vehicles in a drag race.

Aptera Motors’ sEV beat a Tesla Model 3 and Audi R8 in a drag race

Aptera Motors’ beta solar electric vehicle has three wheels. It beat a Tesla Model 3 and Audi R8 in a drag race.
Batteries on a table at a Redwood Materials facility.

Ford and Volvo join Redwood Materials to offer free EV battery recycling

Ford and Volvo are the first automakers to join the Redwood Materials electric vehicle (EV) battery recycling program.
GMC Hummer electric pickup driving through a forest.

2022 GMC Hummer EV is heavy and averages 47 MPGe

The GMC Hummer EV weighs 9,063 pounds, and its battery weighs 2,923 pounds, more than some vehicles. Also, it’s not as efficient.
Top of a Fisker Pear electric vehicle.

Fisker starts taking reservations for $29,900 Pear EV

Fisker opens reservations for the Personal Electric Automotive Revolution (PEAR). It’s a five-passenger EV that starts at $29,900.