Dodge Hornet PHEV drive, Hyundai, Mexican charging robot and EVs: Today’s Car News
We drove the first Dodge plug-in and got PowerShots. Hyundai shows off a charging robot that can be used for self-driving cars or accessibility features. And Mexico is building a lot of electric cars but not buying them. This and more, at Green Car Reports.
In a first drive and Dodge Hornet R/T 2024 plug-in hybrid reviewWe found this confusing crossover SUV to emphasize performance over typical plug-in agenda items like range and efficiency—though it will likely qualify for some Impressive buy and rent offers.
Hyundai has revealed a working prototype version of it charging robot, which could be an important piece of technology for autonomous driving and the adoption of electric vehicles for people with mobility difficulties. In a video, the company shows the robot using artificial intelligence AI to plug into the charging port of the Hyundai Ioniq 6.
And yes, Mexico is increasingly making electric vehicles for the United States — especially with the encouragement of the Biden administration’s policies that treat them as essentially the same as U.S.-made electric vehicles. But EV adoption remains very low in Mexico. Jumping out of a recent report, we looked at why.
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