Subaru signs on for the Tesla charge port. Polestar suggests it might be greener with an SUV. And don’t hearken to the doom talk; EV sales proceed to rise. This and more, here at Green Automobile Reports.
In 2025, Subaru will start adopting the Tesla NACS charge port for its American-market electric vehicles. Further, Subaru EVs will get Supercharger access that very same 12 months with the supply of a CCS adapter for current models just like the Solterra, the corporate confirmed Wednesday.
A life-cycle assessment released by Polestar suggests that the brand’s Polestar 4 has a lower carbon footprint than its Polestar 2 hatchback. That counters conventional guidance suggesting that SUVs have an even bigger footprint, and it suggests some big gains in China-based green manufacturing and the efficiency of this upcoming EV.
And EV sales proceed to rise in California, in line with the most recent report from the state’s dealers. EVs represented 22.3% of auto sales within the Golden State in Q3, higher than the previous quarter and flying within the face of doomsday remarks from executives suggesting dwindling demand.
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