We reviewed the Hyundai Tucson plug-in. Mercedes’ EQG electric SUV performs a no-nonsense stunt. The federal government provided some details about its $5 billion electric school bus plan.this and more, here Green Car Report.

As we recently discovered in our first drive, the 2022 Hyundai Tucson Plug-In Hybrid gets 33 miles or close to 33 miles on a full charge in less than two hours. In our review of the Tucson PHEV, we saw that it appeals to more shoppers than the Escape PHEV, but lacks the Toyota RAV4 Prime’s rear motor performance and extra range.

Mercedes-Benz has released a video teasing its EQG electric SUV performing its so-called G-Turn. Building on the G-Class SUV tradition, the prototype EV spins in a space its own length, and we’re assuming all four of its motors are engaged. It’s very close to what Rivian calls a tank turn.

The EPA has laid out some preliminary qualifying details for the first $500 million portion of its $5 billion electric school bus program. Aid will be prioritized to help “high-need” schools replace petrol or diesel buses, while other schools are eligible for the lottery. The program will also help subsidize charging hardware — with a possible future focus on bidirectional charging for electric buses.


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