After teasing it last week, Kia has fully shown the EV6, its next-generation electric car built on parent Hyundai’s E-GMP platform. The crossover-like EV has same underpinnings as Hyundai’s Ioniq 5, but Kia has taken a different design tack. Rather than the angular hatchback look that Hyundai went for, the EV6 has a lower and more rounded form.source:
Tesla is following up a very busy February with an even more hectic March. Elon Musk has announced that his brand will unveil the long-promised Model Y crossover at the LA Design Studio on March 14th. On top of that, you can expect the first “v3.0” Supercharger station to switch on March 6th at 8PM Pacific. Musk didn’t provide more clues beyond that, but you might already have an idea as to what to expect.
Porsche first unveiled its electric car, the Mission E, last December as a luxury model fit to compete with Tesla’s Model S. 1,000 new jobs would becreated to bring the concept vehicle to life, but today they increased the total to more than 1,400, likely to channel good press and move beyond its parent company Volkswagen’s emissions scandal.
Steve Zadesky, the Apple veteran said to be overseeing the tech brand’s alleged development of an electric vehicle, is reportedly leaving the project and the company for undisclosed reasons.
Apple‘s self-driving, electric car is closer to hitting the road for testing than anyone expected, according to a new report from The Guardian that cites internal documents from the world’s most valuable company as proof.