Biden 2030 Aim, Hyundai EV Subscription, Electrical Jeep in 2023: At the moment’s Automotive Information

President Biden officially announced a goal for more electric vehicles, undermined by a “claim”. Hyundai is moving towards EV subscriptions. And an electric jeep will hit the market in 2023. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.

The president aims to make 50% of new vehicles emission-free by 2030, but US automakers’ “common pursuit” and the complete omission of Tesla in a Thursday release did not provide a unified front to ensure government rules are followed, more ambitious than those of the Obama era.

Stellantis plans to launch 21 plug-in hybrids and fully electric vehicles worldwide over the next two years. And yesterday some of the launch specifics between brands were clarified. It means the arrival of an all-electric jeep in 2023 and Alfa Romeo’s transition from an all-electric vehicle to an all-electric vehicle by 2027.

Hyundai’s Mocean mobility brand is reviving the idea of ​​an all-inclusive monthly EV subscription – initially in the UK. U.S. details for an all-inclusive subscription expected with the launch of the Ioniq 5 EV – likely without the Mocean name – have not yet been revealed.


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