All posts tagged: #ElectricCrossover

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That’s A Wrap! The Latest Automotive News From Around The Web

Tired of computer algorithms controlling your social feeds, have a case of automotive FOMO (fear of missing out)? Welcome to the latest segment at Road Test where we bring you top automotive stories from around the web. If you’re following us on social, thank you, we hope our posts are actually reaching you. If you find you’re still missing out, be sure to sign up for email notifications on Road-Test.org so you won’t miss a beat. For The Week Of March 19, 2021…

Tesla Model 3, Tesla Model Y, Road-Test.org

Tesla Demonstration Drive – The Model 3 and Model Y

For a number of years I’ve been trying to get a Tesla for a test drive, but their media people have been AWOL – even when I had their actual email address, I was ignored. So how did we get this test drive? Patience really. I signed up on their website for a Tesla Test Drive Event – where they actually come to you – or close to you, and let you get behind the wheel of the vehicle of your choice for 30 minutes or so. Since I’m an Auto Journalist, I took the opportunity and asked to drive both the 3 and the Y so I could write an article, and they were happy to oblige!

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2020 Hyundai Kona Electric Ultimate – Road Test

Last year we drove the gas-powered Kona and came away nicely impressed, but really wondered what the EV version would be like – after all that was the one we were REALLY interested in. With the lease on our vehicle ending soon, we’re legitimately looking to get a new car and we’re both excited about the EV revolution. With so many new EV’s arriving in 2020 it’s going to be a feast of options, but the almighty dollar (budget) is most likely going to be the deciding factor in the end.

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Ford’s “Mustang-Inspired” Electric Crossover – What We Know So Far

Ford are notorious for keeping new vehicles a secret until they actually launch. It wasn’t long ago that the Ford GT appeared out of nowhere and the media went cock-a-hoop over it – along with the public and those with half a million dollars yelling “Take my money!!” Two of the biggest secrets of late have been the “Mustang-Inspired” Electric Crossover and the All-New Bronco (and a reportedly Baby Bronco).