An electrical RV is grounded on GM’s Ultium platform. Nissan reveals an electrical coupe idea with a artistic cyberpunk edge, simply because the Cybertruck will get a supply date of November 30. And why are extra drivers of non-Tesla EVs returning to gasoline fashions? This and extra, right here at Inexperienced Automobile Stories.
The Detroit-based startup Grounded on Wednesday launched an electrical RV primarily based on GM’s Ultium EV platform. Known as the Grounded G2, it affords a claimed 250-mile vary on the identical 165-kwh battery pack of the BrightDrop Zevo 600 on which it’s primarily based—plus a 10-kwh “home battery” and rooftop photo voltaic.
The Nissan Hyper Punk idea is the fourth in its collection of 4 futuristic idea automobiles set for a Tokyo auto present debut subsequent week. Designed to be a “cell artistic studio,” the Hyper Punk affords up a cyberpunk aesthetic on the skin, with polygonal surfacing, plus origami particulars and AI-based manga surroundings era. Regardless of the surfacing, Nissan claims “superior aerodynamic efficiency” for the design.
And a brand new examine from S&P World Mobility means that Tesla apart, full-line automakers may not but be offering sufficient of a compelling proposition to stay with EVs. Not counting extra EV-loyal Tesla drivers, almost 50% of non-Tesla EV drivers return to inside combustion fashions with a subsequent car, it discovered.