Lexus RZ yoke, Genesis GV70 price, Porsche one-pedal drive, 3D printed cell: Car News Today
Lexus’ yoke is still on the way for the United States-later. Genesis’ GV70 electric SUV is much more expensive than its petrol rival. Porsche considers driving with one pedal inefficient. Sakuu delivers the first solid state cells for EVs. The Rivian Electric Truck makes some nature-inspired sounds. And do plug-in hybrids emit more than they’re supposed to? This and more, at Green Car Reports.
Lexus has provided an update to the yoke interface and wire-driven system, and timing is unlikely to change given Tesla’s recent decision to begin offering steering wheels again on the Model S and Model X. . Lexus yoke will not appear with that interface at launch in the United States, but at a future date—just as the automaker said earlier.
Made by Alabama Genesis Electrified GV70 electric SUV 2023 costs much more than the petrol version, the brand revealed last week. But if you consider the possible $3,750 tax credit and cost of ownership advantage, the luxury crossover doesn’t seem as expensive.
The sound coming from Rivian R1T and R1S Electric trucks are created from actual recorded bird songs, recorded in Yellowstone National Park. How that for an easter egg?
According to Porsche, driving with one pedal in an inefficient tram. A more aggressive regenerative brake setting in some models, including those from Tesla, allows the driver to use the brake pedal only at full stop under normal driving conditions. And they lose energy when accelerating and decelerating, the German automaker argues — so it’s always better to encourage slowing down, it argues.
Sakuu of California announced The first 3D printed battery for electric vehicles. The company also claims that 3D printing can activate solid-state chemistry sooner, activate custom form factors, and take less energy and raw materials to create.
And are plug-in hybrid emits more CO2 than the manufacturer claims, even when they are fully charged? That’s the claim of the European environmental group Transport & Environment, based on a real-world test recently conducted in conjunction with Graz University of Technology.