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Model E: Now Ford plans a 200-mile electric vehicle

Model E: Now Ford plans a 200-mile electric vehicle Now Ford wants to be the in the 200-mile, $35,000 EV business.In the meantime, Ford will push the range of its existing Focus Electric from 76 miles to 100 miles.

Next Nissan Leaf EV will hit 200 miles, just like Chevy Bolt, Tesla Model 3

Two hundred miles miles in an EV may be the new normal for affordable EVs, not 80-100 miles.So that makes the upcoming Chevrolet Bolt, Tesla Model 3, and Nissan Leaf all delivering 200 miles on a charge.

Chevrolet cuts 4G LTE data plan pricing for its vehicles in half

Chevrolet cuts 4G LTE data plan pricing for its vehicles in half Chevrolet was the first automaker to add 4G LTE connectivity to every model in its lineup.And now, just in time for the Fourth of July, the American automaker is cutting its data plan pricing virtually in half.

Why you should ask for a Chevy next time you rent a car: You’ll get the core tech you want

Why you should ask for a Chevy next time you rent a car: You’ll get the core tech you want Here’s a can’t-lose way to get the most useful rental car: Ask for a Chevy.What keeps you from getting a stripper Chevy, an L without MyLink and CarPlay / Android Auto?

GM resurrects the fuel cell for the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 military vehicle

GM resurrects the fuel cell for the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 military vehicle General Motors is turning a Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck chassis into a three-ton rolling testbed for hydrogen fuel cell propulsion for the military.It believes there’s room for fuel cells in an era when there’s more focus on electric vehicles and hybrids.

Top tech cars for 2017

Top tech cars for 2017 If you’re shopping for a new car in 2017, you’ll find many tech improvements.So the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq, a compact sedan, will offer an electric, a hybrid, and a plug-in hybrid, arriving in that order this fall, over the winter, and summer 2017.

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars — with plenty of surprises

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars — with plenty of surprises New cars and cars with lots of technology continue to be a challenge for automakers to build and buyers to figure out, according to Consumer Reports’ annual car reliability ratings.Meanwhile, Asian brands led by Lexus and Toyota took seven of the top 10 spots along with Buick (!

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars - with plenty of surprises

Consumer Reports announces most, least reliable cars - with plenty of surprises New cars and cars with lots of technology continue to be a challenge for automakers to build and buyers to figure out, according to Consumer Reports’ annual car reliability ratings.They do look cool, but owners’ ratings pushed the Model X into the 10-worst-models ranking and dragged Tesla down to 25 of 29 brands.

The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 employs Formula 1 shock absorber tech

The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 employs Formula 1 shock absorber tech The Colorado ZR2 uses a shock absorber technology called DSSV, or Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve, damper technology, developed by a Toronto engineering firm, Multimatic.) The cylindrical shock absorber has a piston, or valve, inside.