Many electric cars have two motors and come standard with all-wheel drive. They also have highly advanced traction control systems. For this reason, The Fast Lane Car wonders how the Ford Mustang Mach-E and Tesla Model Y compare in various tests on rollers.
Ford has finally brought to market a compelling vehicle to compete with Tesla. More specifically, the all-new Mustang Mach-E electric crossover will directly compete with the Model Y. In fact, it will certainly compete with the Tesla Model 3 as well.
German automaker BMW has unveiled its pioneering new paint application process developed with leading mechanical and plant engineering firm Dürr. Read more
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Rivian has been busy for several months building pre-production vehicles at its production facility. The big push for the electric Read more
In Munich, automakers and partners are gearing up for the first IAA Mobility conference. Two of the companies showing off Read more
Volkswagen is teasing its future ID. LIFE electric vehicles with a teaser looking at its entry-level electric vehicle aiming at Read more
Genesis' first dedicated electric SUV has been unveiled, with concept-inspired styling and camera side mirrors. UPDATE, 31 August 2021: Genesis Read more
The company said Friday that it has submitted its registration with the SEC, and Bloomberg reports that Rivian is eyeing Read more
With the advent of the electric vehicle (EV) revolution upon us, genuine electified choices are rapidly becoming much richer in Read more
Say goodbye to the Logan MCV (Multi Convivial Vehicle / Maximum Capacity Vehicle) and hello to the Jogger, a new Read more
German automaker Audi has something unique for your e-tron GT EV. It is offering an optional car cover inspired by Read more
The safety recall involves the 2021 model of the biggest-selling U.S. vehicle, and owners are being told not to drive Read more
The NHTSA has announced that Ford has issued a recall on model year 2021 F-150 pickups. Trucks covered in the Read more