It will most likely be underpinned by a Stellantis platform, not an older one from Fiat or Jeep. Jeep is reportedly working on a model to slot under the B-segment Renegade model, but aside from its smaller dimensions it will also have one important twist: it’s going to be fully-electric.
Tesla could stand to make $25 billion per year while helping the world’s EV owners forget about range anxiety. For years, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said it’s his (and Tesla’s) mission to encourage EV adoption. The mission is much more highly faceted than that, but you get the idea.
The Malaysian automotive industry has been badly affected by the myriad restrictions placed by the government in an attempt to stop the spread of Covid-19. The auto sector has been effectively shut down since the nationwide movement control order started in May, before it was escalated to a full lockdown
This week Tesla CEO Elon Musk reiterated the company’s plans to let non-Tesla EV owners use the automaker’s Supercharger network. This possibility had actually been mentioned for quite a few years, but is receiving renewed interest as EV sales are starting to tick upward, and as a wave of new
Outdated automotive technology often sticks around longer than many of us might suspect. The carburetor, for example, didn’t get completely shoved aside by electronic fuel injection on US-market new cars until the early 1990s. The same goes for transmissions; it was only last year that the venerable four-speed automatic—a technology
Jeep’s 80th anniversary promotional video includes intriguing footage of the all-electric Wrangler driving on the bottom of a river. Jeep is celebrating its 80th anniversary this month, with July 15, 1941 marking its official beginning. That’s when former Willys-Overland Company signed a contract with the US War Department to begin
GM isn’t letting Ford take all the clout in the electric utility race. We all know that electrification is the future, and car manufacturers have been laying down their cards to secure the future of their brand. The latest of which was GMC, which confirmed to reporters on Monday that
Audi’s designers won’t abandon stylized grilles anytime soon, even as the brand pushes out more electric vehicles. Why is this news? Because Audi will continue to curate its now-instantly recognizable single-frame grille design on its EVs—the engineless vehicles that some manufacturers have declared no longer need grilles. While automakers such
Subaru left out plenty of details when it teased the next-generation WRX last month, but a new report from Japan’s Goo-net claims some performance specifications that we can expect when the model debuts later this year. This isn’t the first time we’re getting preliminary information about the new WRX, as
Critics of electric cars would like you to believe that all of the mining for all of the minerals needed in EVs is performed by environmentally destructive means. This may not be an entirely accurate representation of the actual mining and extraction process that gets the lithium necessary for your