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EV of the Year
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By partnering with Tesla, Volvo has become the first European automaker to grant current and future owners of their electric vehicles in the United States, Canada, and Mexico access to Tesla’s vast Supercharger network, which offers 12,000 additional fast-charging points alongside the existing charging infrastructure, making charging for electric vehicle drivers more convenient and effortless.
By introducing NACS connector options, ChargePoint empowers both new and existing customers to meet the charging needs of any electric vehicle in any parking space.
SAE International has announced the standardization of the Tesla-developed NACS connector, allowing any supplier or manufacturer to utilize it on EVs and charging stations across North America, which is expected to enhance access, choice, and convenience for consumers while strengthening the EV charging infrastructure.
Stellantis has introduced Free2move Charge, a comprehensive ecosystem managed by the Charging & Energy Business Unit, offering seamless charging and energy management solutions for electric vehicle customers at home, in business, and on-the-go, with personalized packages and smart optimization to enhance efficiency, reduce costs, and support the company’s electrification strategy.
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Domino’s is expanding its claim to the largest electric pizza delivery fleet in the U.S. with over 1,100 custom-branded 2023 Chevy Bolt electric vehicles, more than 800 of which are already in use.
Alef Aeronautics has received FAA certification for its electric flying car, marking the first time such a vehicle has been approved in the US and bringing them closer to offering an environmentally friendly and faster commuting option.
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