Next-gen Ford EVs, Cadillac Escalade IQ, BMW EVs test V2X: Today’s Car News -Dlight News

Next-gen Ford EVs, Cadillac Escalade IQ, BMW EVs test V2X: Today's Car News

Cadillac gives its long-awaited Escalade EV a timeline and badge. A California utility and BMW are teaming up to green the grid with V2X tech. And Ford likens its efficiency-focused three-row electric SUV coming in 2025 to a “personal bullet train.” This and more, here at Green Car Reports. Don’t bother waiting for the electric Ford Expedition Lightning to complement the F-150 Lightning. Ford claimed on Monday that its three-row electric SUV coming in 2025 will be a groundbreaking “personal bullet train” – with a broad focus on efficiency – 350 miles of range from a 100-kwh battery pack and 10-minutes to 150 miles. Charge On a completely different track, Cadillac announced plans to build a fully electric version of its big, thirsty Escalade SUV. The GM luxury brand claims the model, badged Escalade IQ and to be revealed later this year, will be “a different kind of EV”. And BMW and California’s Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) have built on previous smart-charging partnerships with pilot programs (and later, field trials) looking at how EVs can supplement home energy and the grid. With the BMW i4 it can help return twice as much to the grid as a typical household uses each day – at peak times when it can help boost renewable energy use. _______________________________________ Follow Green Car Reports on Facebook and Twitter Sign up for the Green Car Reports newsletter, delivered daily to your inbox, to get the latest green car and environmental news! I agree to receive emails from Green Car Reports. I understand that I can unsubscribe at any time. Privacy Policy.