Fast-charging user experience, Lightyear range claims, Lotus electric sports cars: Today’s Car News
Lightyear claims some impressive efficiency at speeds that are illegal in most U.S. states. Lotus looks at its future electric sports cars. And EV fast-charging networks are rated. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
An annual assessment of user experience for U.S. EV fast-charging networks
Netherlands-based Lightyear is suggesting that its solar-assisted One electric car might achieve an impressive 250-mile range at a very fast cruising speed of more than 85 mph—on a battery pack of only 60 kwh. It’s a testament to Lightyear’s emphasis on efficiency—and especially, in this case, aerodynamics.
Lotus Cars and the UK battery supplier Britishvolt last week said that they’re co-developing “a new battery cell package,” with a super-lightweight structure, of course, to power future electric Lotus sports cars
And did you miss our first drive of the 2022 Kia EV6? One of the sportiest-looking of the electric hatchback-crossovers hits the mark in nearly every respect—and appears to deliver great real-world range and efficiency.