GM’s premium brand previews its flagship model. Ford is ready to roll out its robotic charging system for wider use. And not all electric vehicles stumble into the early ownership experience — Mercedes and Kia both have models that go against the trend. This and more, here Green Car Report.
Kia EV6 and Mercedes-Benz EQS outperforms comparable gas models in JD Power’s annual customer engagement study, which measures the first 90-day ownership experience. The company notes that hybrid and plug-in hybrid models don’t perform as well as non-electric petrol models, although these top-performing EVs show that there are appeals for EVs with a lot of potential. many technologies to make the owner happy.
Ford reports that a robot charging solution it’s being tested in Germany ready for use in the rest of the world — and what could first be a great solution for people with disabilities has a long-term potential for autonomous or chargeable vehicles. team.
And Cadillac has revealed future-leading technology and design for its lineup, heralded by Celestiq car show. Previewing a hand-built electric luxury sedan, the Celestiq combines long convertible styling with an interior that blends offensive cues with a new-generation display interface that spans the entire dashboard.
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