The move doubles the DC fast charging options for Hyundai users and is part of Hyundai’s strategy to expand North American charging infrastructure in collaboration with global automakers.
The automaker has set its sights on electrifying its entire European fleet by 2030, and plans to introduce 27 electrified vehicles globally.
The company has rolled out its first fleet of BrightDrop Zevo 600 electric vans at strategic facilities in California, Texas, and New York.
The station, created in partnership with BYD, has 258 fast-charging points.
The move is part of an effort to meet the growing need for easy and reliable charging options for electric car drivers.
The decision aligns with Honda’s push for carbon neutrality and aims to enhance charging convenience for its customers.
With long-term plans for a global EV charging network, the automaker aims to offer a convenient, fast, and sustainable charging experience for electric vehicle drivers.
The technology enables EV owners to conveniently charge and discharge their vehicles for efficient energy usage.
The newly deployed charging technology increases the company’s daily service capacity by 30% and reduces battery swap time by 20%.
Acura’s all-electric ZDX SUV makes its global debut, representing the brand’s future direction.
With EVs become an increasingly popular choice for many car buyers, EV charging stations have become a must-have for EV owners. A home EV charger
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