Dodge is proud of its electric muscle car. Tesla ranks first in research on the charging experience. Acura shows how its design attracts attention in electric vehicles. There is growing evidence that BMW is changing its battery strategy. And we’ve narrowed down the list of vehicles eligible for EV tax credit to a very few. This and more is here at the address Green car reports.
The IRS has released some guidance on the revamped EV tax credit, now called the Clean Transportation Credit, which was introduced after President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law on Tuesday. Since the cap on Tesla and GM won’t be lifted until 2023 and assembly in North America is mandatory, you can buy an EV and claim the credit in 2022, but it very short list of suitable vehicles.
The Dodge Charger Daytona SRT Electric Muscle Car Concept found Wednesday to be the anti-Tesla in some ways, with retro looks, a multi-speed transmission and an “exhaust system” that will make a loud screeching (and “bone-shaking” sound) to those on the outside. It is definitely a new kind of EV.
As indicated by the new deal with China’s EVE Energy BMW’s wide transition to cylindrical cells in its upcoming mass-market electric vehicles due in 2025? The report suggests it is – and larger format cells like the Tesla 4680 could be part of it.
Tesla’s Supercharger network again led JD Power’s research on satisfaction with the charging experience again—both in terms of fast charging on the go and charging at a Level 2 destination. But this year, Power noted that across the survey, dissatisfaction with charger reliability is growing.
And Acura has set its sights on the future of its brand’s design — and 2024 electric car production — as it transitions to electric cars, with The Precision EV concept. It shows a duality in the design that channels the racing of Formula 1 inside while driving and is calm and soothing for automated driving.