2018 Chevrolet Sonic
Today, we’ve got an good student (China) training from a master (California), a diesel crossover that’s MIA, a context to keep viewpoint on a EPA’s announced skeleton to let cars evacuate more, and some new info on a 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric. All this and some-more on Green Car Reports.
California pioneered legislation requiring zero-emission vehicles, though China has schooled from a state—and has distant some-more assertive goals for electric cars.
The 2018 Mazda CX-5 Diesel was supposed to launch final fall, though it didn’t, and Mazda’s not observant why, or when it might arrive.
Following yesterday’s EPA announcement, we’ve dull adult eight things we should know about a skeleton to concede some-more emissions from new vehicles starting in 2022.
We’ve schooled a few some-more things about a 2019 Hyundai Kona Electric, a 250-mile battery-powered hatchback that will launch before a finish of this year.
Buyers in seven Northeast states should cruise electric cars, according to a new selling bid that launched during final week’s New York automobile show.
The days are numbered for 3 newcomer cars in a U.S. market—the Chevrolet Sonic, Ford Fiesta, and Ford Taurus—according to reports. Because crossovers and SUVs and trucks.
Finally, if you’re one of those people who loves cars and wants to live in California, how about an estate (with vineyard) that has garage space for 100 cars? We’ll try not to drool. Too much.