Dodge Hornet PHEV drive, Hyundai charging robotic, Mexico and EVs: At present’s Automobile Information

We drive the primary plug-in Dodge and get PowerShots. Hyundai reveals a charging robotic that may very well be used for self-driving vehicles or accessibility options. And Mexico is constructing quite a lot of EVs however not shopping for them. This and extra, right here at Inexperienced Automobile Studies. 

In a primary drive and overview of the 2024 Dodge Hornet R/T plug-in hybrid, we discovered this puzzling crossover SUV to emphasise efficiency over typical plug-in agenda gadgets like vary and effectivity—though it would possible be eligible for some spectacular buy and lease incentives. 

Hyundai has revealed a working prototype model of its charging robotic, which may very well be a key piece of know-how for automated driving and for EV adoption amongst these with mobility challenges. In a video, the corporate reveals the robotic utilizing AI smarts to plug right into a Hyundai Ioniq 6 cost port. 

And sure, Mexico is more and more constructing EVs for the U.S.—particularly with the encouragement of Biden administration insurance policies contemplating them basically the identical as U.S.-made. However EV adoption stays very low in Mexico. Leaping off a current report, we took a take a look at why. 


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