Tesla Model Y advances, Hummer returns, Lincoln and Rivian team up: Today’s Car News

Green Car

Hummer is back, as an electric GMC. The Tesla Model Y is coming very soon, and the Model S and Model X got another range boost. And Rivian will co-develop an electric Lincoln. This and more, today at Green Car Reports. 

GM has confirmed that its rebooted electric Hummer will indeed be a GMC—and it’s teased a few data points plus a tease of the design in a series of three short ads. 

As part of its quarterly financial update, Tesla revealed that it has already started the production ramp for its Model Y crossover and will start delivering the vehicle before April. 

Tesla CEO Elon Musk offered another range-related surprise yesterday, during the company’s financial call: That the Model S and Model X have received another range boost, but the carmaker just hasn’t gotten around to updating the EPA number. Musk said that 400 miles for the Model S is in reach. 

Lincoln confirmed that the Rivian-based electric vehicle being co-developed with the startup automaker will be the brand’s first EV. But in a release, it carefully avoided being more specific about what kind of vehicle it will be. 

Mercedes-Benz wants to reassure us that the production version of the flagship EQS electric sedan won’t be a watered-down design; it showed a camouflaged version of the EQS, due in 2021, next to last year’s Vision EQS to show that—and offered a few more specs for the production model. 


Follow Green Car Reports on Facebook and Twitter

Green Car Reports Newsletter

Sign up to get the latest green car and environmental news, delivered to your inbox daily!

I agree to receive emails from Green Car Reports. I understand that I can unsubscribe at any time. Privacy Policy.

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Tesla launches its Full Self-Driving subscription package for $199 per month
Turntide Technologies acquires AVID Technology, raises $225 million in financing
Electric Jeeps, Volvo C40 Recharge up close, 50 mpg for under $30,000: The Week in Reverse
Tesla is closing its first-ever Supercharger to the public
VW ID.4 Max Priced From £48,510 In UK

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *