The platform for EVs from Dodge, Jeep, and more is sweet for models with as much as 500 miles of range, the automaker claims. The Biden administration goes broad in applying a brand new charging credit. And the 2024 Acura ZDX costs hundreds greater than the Cadillac Lyriq it’s as a result of be built beside. This and more, here at Green Automotive Reports.
The 2024 Acura ZDX is the primary fully electric model from the Honda luxury brand, and with a recently announced starting price around $64,850, it unexpectedly costs hundreds greater than its close platform-mate, the Cadillac Lyriq. Will Acura’s own styling, tuning, and upscale feature selections make it well worth the premium?
The Treasury Department on Friday released guidance on which EV charging projects might qualify for the revived IRS 30C tax credit, which covers as much as 30% of the associated fee of charger installations in “eligible census tracts.” Although the main target is on low-income and rural areas, the broad Biden-administration interpretation will make the charging subsidy available to areas with two-thirds of the U.S. population.
And Stellantis released more details about its STLA Large dedicated electric vehicle platform, laid out for 400 volts or 800 volts and set to underpin EVs from the Jeep Wagoneer S, a Dodge electric muscle automobile, and several other other EVs from the worldwide automaker’s various brands through the last decade and beyond. Most noteworthy, perhaps: With battery packs spanning as much as 118 kwh, it’s sticking to its claim of 500 miles of U.S. range—for sedans, on the platform.
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