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Battery-Electric Vehicles

Hyundai plans to expand its lineup of electrified models to 13 in the next three years. By 2022, Hyundai will offer six sedans and seven crossovers with electric, hybrid, or plug-in hybrid powertrains, the Korean automaker announced.

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How N.C. Will Adopt a Cleaner Fleet

After North Carolina's governor issued an executive order calling for the adoption of more zero-emission vehicles, state employees determined which vehicles can be replaced with battery-electric models.

Chevrolet Bolt EV Adds 9% More Range

Chevrolet's 2020 Bolt EV will arrive with 259 miles of maximum range with a full charge, which is an 8.8% increase from the outgoing model's 238 miles of overall range, the company announced.

Colorado Adopts Zero Emission Vehicle Standards

Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission voted 8-to-1 for ZEV standards, joining 10 other states such as California and New York and supported by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and Global Automakers.