Lexus RX plug-in hybrid evaluate, BMW adjustments batteries, Bollinger B1 again, Harbinger bows: At the moment’s Automotive Information

BMW’s shift to cylindrical cells is official. Bollinger B1 and B2 electrical vans are again on, due to Mullen funding. Harbinger bows within the commercial-EV house with claims it will probably value much less. And we drive the Lexus RX 450h+. This and extra, right here at Inexperienced Automotive Reviews. 

In a quick drive evaluate of the 2023 Lexus RX 450h+ plug-in hybrid, we discovered probably the most electrical—however not absolutely electrical—model of this bestselling luxurious crossover to fall a bit in need of the mileage and acceleration demonstrated by the smaller NX 450h+ and Toyota RAV4 Prime. 

BMW this morning confirmed its shift to cylindrical cells in upcoming EVs, together with guarantees of as much as 30% extra vary, quicker charging, and cell-to-pack know-how in autos set to begin arriving in 2025. It additionally outlined plans to halve the price of batteries and incorporate LFP cells in upcoming fashions. A solid-state demonstrator and U.S.-built batteries are all a part of the plan, too.

A brand new business EV startup known as Harbinger is claiming to erase the up-front value premium of electrical commercial-duty vans versus inner combustion ones. With a modular battery pack and “eAxle,” plus steer-by-wire and brake-by-wire programs and 800-volt DC fast-charging claimed to be simply an hour, it would hit a candy spot on know-how versus value. 

With a majority stake introduced in Michigan’s Bollinger Motors introduced Thursday, Mullen Automotive is seemingly reviving plans for the Bollinger B1 electrical SUV and B2 electrical pickup. A launch on the deal mentioned that B1 and B2 manufacturing will begin after Bollinger’s business vans go into manufacturing in Michigan, with Roush as a contract producer.


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