Nissan approved the two-way charger to work with its warranty. Volkswagen introduces an extremely rugged version of the ID.4 electric crossover. Some Ford and Lincoln plug-in models are now automatically changing lanes. And Vinfast continues to maintain the speed. This and more, here Green Car Report.
Vinfast Vietnam has First 100 deliveries of the 8 . VF electric crossover in its home market, the company reported Saturday. The first US deliveries of this model are due in December 2022, it maintains, as battery purchase and rental details develop.
Nissan has finally approved a unit that can take advantage of the Two-way charging in Leaf. According to Nissan, the unit makes it the only all-electric passenger car in the US to power the grid – although Ford beat Nissan with a factory-approved system that can disconnect connected during running and in-house redundancy.
The Ford Mustang Mach-E EV and Lincoln Corsair plug-in hybrid are among the first to feature an updated version of Ford’s Bluecruise driver assistance system — or Activeglide on Lincoln — that allow automatic lane change with a touch of the turn signal stem. The upgrade is part of additional driver-assist technology now standard in the 2023 Mach-E and an upgraded infotainment system on the 2023 Corsair Grand Touring.
And Volkswagen has revealed a rugged, off-road capable ID.4 concept. With more power, all-terrain wheels and, it seems, more capabilities beyond a rugged look, VW may be assessing the reaction to the possibility of a new model — or, possibly, background view. How its MEB platform could work for upcoming Scout EV models.