California Bill Could Give Consumers $2,000 To Convert Gas Cars To Electric

California Bill Could Give Consumers $2,000 To Convert Gas Cars To Electric

As electric vehicles become more popular, so, too, do electromods. And there’s an argument to be made that converting older, less efficient vehicles to electric power is even more beneficial to the environment than building new ones. To help consumers with their electromods, California State Senator Anthony Portantino introduced Senate Bill 301 this month, which … Read more

Elon Musk’s Master Plan 3 To Be Announced At March 1st Tesla Investor Day | Carscoops

Elon Musk’s Master Plan 3 To Be Announced At March 1st Tesla Investor Day

Details of Musk’s previous master plans have yet to see completion by Stephen Rivers February 8, 2023 at 16:31 by Stephen Rivers On March 1st, Elon Musk is going to announce his third ‘Master Plan’ surrounding sustainable energy. Expectations are that he’ll focus heavily on scaling production and improving supply during Tesla’s first Investor Day. … Read more

Hyundai in talks with U.S. Labor Department over Alabama child labor

Hyundai in talks with U.S. Labor Department over Alabama child labor

Hyundai’s statement comes as a U.S. congresswoman whose Alabama district includes the site of the company’s U.S. assembly plant is pressing the automaker to ensure kids are no longer illegally working in the state’s automotive plants. U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell, a Democrat, said she has held a series of discussions with Hyundai, including one last … Read more

Anderson Automotive Group expands in South Carolina

Anderson Automotive Group expands in South Carolina

Anderson Automotive Group expanded its presence in South Carolina with the purchase of five stores last month, which Automotive News believes is the largest dealership acquisition by store count so far in 2023. Anderson Automotive in Raleigh, N.C., on Jan. 30 bought Breakaway Honda, Bradshaw Acura, Bradshaw Infiniti and Bradshaw Mazda, all in Greenville, S.C., … Read more

Some PHEVs Pollute Vastly More Than Advertised, Even With Charged Batteries | Carscoops

Some PHEVs Pollute Vastly More Than Advertised, Even With Charged Batteries

“PHEVs should not be treated as zero emission” says the Transport & Environment clean transport advocacy center by Sebastien Bell February 8, 2023 at 15:29 by Sebastien Bell European governments spent around €350 million ($375 million USD, at current exchange rates) subsidizing plug-in hybrid vehicles (PHEVs) in 2022, but the commissioners of a new study … Read more