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Formula E signs on to complete battery recycling

Eric C. Evarts Mar 3, 2019 BMW i.FE18 Formula E racer, Ad Diriyah 2018 They say racing improves the breed. Usually that means learning to make cars go faster or handle or stop better. Electric-car racing series Formula E aims not just to improve the performance of electric cars but also to inspire the world to buy cleaner, more efficient cars. Formula E announced a partnership in February with Belgian recycling company Umicore to recycle all the batteries used in Formula E race cars. Formula

Ford C-Max Energi, Fusion Energi owners still waiting for cooler charge cords

Bengt Halvorson Mar 4, 2019 Follow Bengt Ford Fusion Energi charging. Six months after Ford issued a recall over a fire risk and its charge cords, some drivers of Ford plug-in vehicles still don’t have the peace of mind of a new charge cord. The recall, issued last August, affected or the 120V AC “convenience charge cord” that Ford supplies with more than 49,000 U.S.-market vehicles—including specific build dates that cover the 2012-2015 Ford Focus Electric, 2013-2015 Ford C-Max Energi, and 2013-2015 Ford Fusion Energi. Beginning

Tesla Model Y, price cuts on Model S/X, Mercedes in Formula E: Today’s Car News

Eric C. Evarts Mar 4, 2019 Piech Mark Zero concept After announcing the base Model 3 on Thursday, Tesla cut prices on the luxury Model S and Model X. CEO Elon Musk also announced a reveal date for the company's long-awaited Model Y SUV. Mercedes-Benz announced that it will join the Formula E racing series. And Ford has delayed releasing new charge cables for its hybrids following an August recall. All this and more on Green Car Reports. As it introduced a more affordable

Mercedes joins forces with BMW to build an electric ecosystem

Eric C. Evarts Mar 1, 2019 Mini from BMW and Smart from Mercedes join in Reach Now car sharing program Making electric cars accessible to more people requires developing an ecosystem that would help drivers charge, and occasionally get to destinations that might not yet be ideal for an electric car—like a long road trip. To bridge those gaps for buyers of its upcoming EQC and other electric cars to follow, Mercedes-Benz announced last week that it will team up with BMW to provide