“Easy come easy go.” If only that applied to this year. 2020 saw many a horror unfold as we had to bear hardship after hardship.
However, the real benefit of having gone through the wear and tear of this rough year is found in the effort pouring into the maintenance and care of electric vehicles.
The future of their innovation is certainly in gratitude to the year that gave them enough peace of mind to operate. Let’s review.
The automaker is taking its EV line into overdrive. Four new models are being launched on the EVA platform, as well as an AMG EQS punching in at 600 hp way ahead of schedule.
Remember that hefty and ugly behemoth of a vehicle, that Hummer? Well, now it’s well-veiled under the green agenda. This vehicle is now looking to take over the competition, especially with it’s crab-mode.
The soon-to-be Amazon delivery van manufacturer has had to delay prototypes of their electric R1T Trucks and the R1S SUV, sure. But at least the Obi-Wan Kenobi actor got to drive near one for his motorcycle-adventure show Long Way Up.
The much anticipated Mach-E has been on the tips of torque-head tongues since before 2020 even. And for good reason. Because it’s an SUV entry in the EV race to deface Big Gas.
Newcomer Lucid raised a big brow at Tesla as they touted their own battery pack that can handle 517 miles of range. This company finished its primary phase for the Arizona factory as well as revealed the 2021 Lucid Air.
You heard me right — er, read me — when I say the Model Y is entering production early. For a company that is supposedly always lagging behind deadline, this was a huge deal. Almost as if they do deserve to make autos.