To support growing EV adoption across the U.S., LG is introducing Level 2 and Level 3 chargers to the market next year.
The ElectrifIQ training program is aimed at training auto sales staff to better educate their customers and address their questions.
The session, titled “EVs: The Future of the Service Bay,” will focus on EV safety training that all auto retailer employees will need for business growth.
Despite a short-term slowdown in EV sales, Bullet predicts the EV’s superior technology will win in the long run.
Dealerships who offer dedicated commercial service bays or who provide mobile service offerings enhance their value.
SAE International released key details on the implementation of the Tesla-developed NACS connector.
Marketing can answer consumers’ questions and demystify the EV buying journey.
Now available in 13 states, the network features an elevated charging experience, providing EV travelers access to the same amenities offered at existing Pilot and Flying J travel center locations.
With the growing demand for transporting EVs, ACERTUS will leverage OpConnect’s charging systems across its storage, hub and prep locations to maintain EV battery health, ensuring customers receive their vehicles fully charged and ready to drive.
EC Electric has teamed up with LOVETT Inc. to introduce an innovative approach to EV charging station installations.
Recognizing that tooling is an issue in shops working on EVs, NAPA is introducing a full line of insulated hand tools.
Toyota will manufacture batteries for hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) and battery electric vehicles (BEVs) using 100% renewable energy.