Plus, if you do need to stop, it counts down the time until it turns green for you.
The Italian carmaker swaps engine displacement for battery power and a twin-turbo V6.
The Swedish automaker's next-gen EVs could feel like a living room on wheels.
Just deploy the optional $5,000 kitchen out of the fancy new $75,000 electric truck and then you can start cooking your inexpensive instant noodles.
Tesla's approach to autonomy is controversial: It relies on just cameras to see and understand the roads.
The prototype SUV will employ a fuel cell that creates electricity to power the vehicle.
The 2022 Maverick pickup truck is a hybrid that boasts some 40 mpg in the city.
That effectively makes this EV the fastest accelerating production car to-date.
The feature comes with Android 12. (BMW not included.)
Utilitarian details like the frunk and power outlets make this an exciting new EV option for so many.
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