I ordered an electric ATV for my oldest son. It should be here tomorrow and available for some mountain cruising. We’ll see if this was a good idea or a bad idea fairly quickly. As I type this, my son is getting placed in timeout for the 2nd or 3rd time today, maybe the 4th. Stay tuned for updates.
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Stellantis is evaluating the Tesla North American Charging Standard (NACS) and considering its adoption.
Kia and Hyundai plan to invest at least $18 billion in their transition to selling only electric vehicles by the end of the decade, with Kia set to release a new electric sedan called GT1 in 2025 that will have a large 113.2 kWh battery, potentially offering a range of up to 497 miles and becoming Kia’s most powerful production vehicle to date.
Toyota plans to introduce all solid-state batteries by 2027, aiming to address the drawbacks of electric vehicles by significantly reducing charging time to 10 minutes or less, while also expanding its battery EV lineup and developing technology to deliver 1.5 million EVs in 2026.
ChargePoint will soon offer NACS connector options for its charging products.
Blink Charging has announced the upcoming release of a new 240kW DC Fast Charger that supports both NACS and CCS connectors, addressing changing market demands and promoting the development of accessible EV charging infrastructure; the charger is currently in the final stages of development and will be submitted for certification.
Enel X Way has announced plans to offer the NACS as a connector option for its Level 2 and Level 3 charging stations, in addition to its existing support for CCS and J1772 ports, to facilitate broad EV adoption and compatibility.
Wallbox has announced its decision to incorporate the option for NACS connectors into its DC Fast Charger, Supernova, to further accelerate the adoption of electric mobility and ensure compatibility with the North American EV market.
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