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Reminder: Most EVs don't deliver EPA range at 70 mph

Green Car Reports

The publication tested 22 EVs from multiple automakers at a constant speed of 70 mph to simulate highway-driving conditions. While some cars exceeded their EPA-rated ranges—one by more than 70 miles—nearly half fell short. The real-world range of EVs can vary a lot at highway speeds, Consumer Reports found in a recent test.

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Hyperion XP-1 hydrogen fuel-cell supercar touts 1,000-mile range, 221-mph top speed

Green Car Reports

What has a claimed top speed of 221 mph, 0-60 mph acceleration faster than 2.2 seconds, a range of up to 1,016 miles, no tailpipe emissions, and could only be practically run in one state at present?

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Tesla Model S matches gas cars by going 320 miles at average speeds of 75 mph

Teslarati

The Tesla Model S reached a range on par with internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles after logging 320 miles of range at 75mph during a highway fuel-economy test run. During the run, the test driver drove the Model S Long Range Plus through a 100-mile stretch of interstate, involving an out-and-back loop at 75 mph in cruise control.

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Lucid Air Dream Edition 0-60 mph, 1/4-mile performance gets real-world test

Teslarati

This was something that was recently proven when the Lucid Air Dream Edition Performance’s 0-60 mph and quarter-mile performance was tested in a drag strip. . With Launch Mode enabled, the Air attacked the quarter-mile without hesitation. seconds and a quarter-mile time of 10.21 Credit: DragTimes/YouTube.

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Tesla launches “Cyberquad for Kids” with 36V battery, 15-mile range, and 10 mph max speed

Teslarati

The all-electric ATV features a max speed of 10 mph, and thanks to its 36V lithium-ion battery, it could travel 15+ miles in one charge. The post Tesla launches “Cyberquad for Kids” with 36V battery, 15-mile range, and 10 mph max speed appeared first on TESLARATI.

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Texas-based Volcon launches 80 MPH ‘Stag’ electric UTV with 100+ miles of range

Electrek

The post Texas-based Volcon launches 80 MPH ‘Stag’ electric UTV with 100+ miles of range appeared first on Electrek. Now the company is following up with twice the wheels and well over twice the power in the new all-electric Volcon Stag UTV.

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Magna develops and pilots autonomous, on-road last-mile delivery solution

Green Car Congress

Magna has successfully developed and is piloting a novel last-mile delivery solution for urban environments. Magna’s robot can travel at speeds of up to 20 mph on public streets and the Magna-developed low-speed autonomous driving system uses cameras, radar, LIDAR and other hardware.

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