Ford delivers electric vehicles and E-Transit software to DHL. Hyundai hinted that it could put hydrogen fuel cell technology into a high-performance vehicle. And AAA supports mobile charging. This and more, at Green Car Reports.
AAA has launched a new product EV mobile phone charging pilot program will cover 14 metropolitan areas of the United States. The expanded services come more than a decade after the team first tested mobile charging with its own prototype mobile charging trucks.
Ford confirmed to provide 2,000 electric delivery trucks E-Transit to DHL, globally, by the end of 2023. The agreement includes a Memorandum of Understanding on future electric vehicle delivery, as well as DHL’s rollout of the full Ford Pro fleet management suite—one point It’s especially notable as Ford drives its business around software.
And Hyundai last week unveiled two N Brand “rolling lab” concept cars — including powered by hydrogen fuel cell N Vision 74. It says that development of that model’s powertrain has continued – hinting that there could be a high-performance fuel cell vehicle in the brand’s future.
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