Bollinger electric pickup, Mercedes plug-in hybrids, and Faraday Future troubles: Today’s Car News

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Bollinger announces a B2 electric pickup truck. Mercedes-Benz lays out skeleton for some-more able plug-in hybrid cars. Faraday Future’s appropriation hits a snag—again. And Europe commits to condense CO dioxide by another 35 percent by 2030. All of this and some-more on Green Car Reports.

Bollinger Motors has already shown off a arriving B1 electric SUV, though has now announced a B2 electric pickup truck. The American association is one of several companies formulation new battery-electric pickups.

Mercedes-Benz will move plug-in powertrains to even some-more models and pronounced it will improve a operation and capability of a plug-ins. Past systems from a code have offering as few as 9 miles of electric driving.

Faraday Future’s latest appropriation has strike a roadblock. The embattled startup has filed an settlement fit opposite Evergrande Health, a latest investor. Faraday says a financier hasn’t paid up; Evergrande Health says Faraday hasn’t met mandate to sunder funds.

Europe has committed to cutting CO2 outputs another 35 percent after a latest United Nations meridian news Monday likely inauspicious effects by 2040.

We drove a 2019 Audi e-tron prototype, a brand’s initial mass-production all-electric car.

Finally, a new investigate measured the probity of self-driving automobile maneuvers involving pedestrians. The investigate examined how a self-driving automobile reacted when it had to select between a walking in a road, and swerving to potentially strike other pedestrians. 


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