With its classic Jeep architecture and design, the Wrangler 4xe is easily the most off-road capable electric vehicle currently available. This hasn’t stopped vehicles like the Tesla Model S or Volkswagen ID.4 from having fun in the dirt, but GM has decided to weigh in on off-roading with the up-coming HUMMER EV. Can it out-off-road a Jeep?
Performance EVs, like the Porsche Taycan, Ford Mustang Mach E, and Tesla Model S boast impressive acceleration statistics. This simple fact is undeniable and, as a result, the National Hot Rod Association, or NHRA, has decided to open its doors to electric vehicle owners who want to show off their skills at controlling that acceleration starting soon, in 2022.
Hoarding gasoline during a time of shortage is not a good idea. Worse is when you stick the gasoline into not one but four open containers and leave them in the rear of your Hummer. The vehicle's owner found out just how bad an idea it was after it burst into flame and his Hummer was destroyed.
With Electric Vehicles like the Volkswagen ID.4, Tesla Model S, GMC HUMMER EV, and the Mustang Mach E starting their takeover of the motorsports arena, the age of electric muscle may soon be upon us. Chevrolet teased a sporty looking silhouette with an EV drivetrain- many sources believe it to be the next Camaro. But something that is sorely lacking from the EV automotive sector, is customization.
More people would consider buying a Tesla Cybertruck than the GMC Hummer EV, according to a recent study. Over 30% of the 1,097 people polled would consider the Cybertruck, while only 16% would consider the Hummer EV.
A note to clients out by Morgan Stanley says auto investors can't afford to not have Tesla in their portfolio. The note also discusses how the $174 billion Biden EV tax incentive will disproportionately benefit Tesla.
The UAW-General Motors contract has most of the rank and file optimistic about the state of GM, but their jubilance is tempered by the official shutdown of a factory in Shreveport, La. Closing Shreveport Operations for good was the "saddest part" of negotiations, UAW negotiator Joe Ashton told reporters today.