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    BMW is ending its subscription service after two and a half years

    BMW is the latest automaker to end its subscription service. The Access by BMW subscription service is ending January 31, The Verge reported Wednesday. Access by BMW launched in April 2018 as a pilot program in Nashville, giving customers access to a BMW vehicle on demand for a monthly subscription fee, which included insurance, maintenance, […] More

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    Hyperion XP-1 hydrogen supercar is real, first prototype hits the road

    Last summer, a hydrogen technology startup by the name of Hyperion unveiled a supercar claimed to be powered by a hydrogen-electric powertrain. It was called the XP-1, and although it was originally envisaged as a proof of concept for Hyperion’s hydrogen propulsion technology, the wild supercar is currently on its way to production. This week, […] More

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    What’s New @ The Car Connection

    Best Car To Buy: The Car Connection’s Greenest Cars of 2021 The greenest vehicles of 2021 have charge ports rather than fuel tanks or tailpipes.  NHTSA requests Tesla to recall Model X, Model S for touchscreen failure Failure of the touchscreen in Model S and Model X can lead to the loss of rearview camera […] More

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    NHTSA requests Tesla to recall Model X, Model S for touchscreen failure

    The NHTSA has asked Tesla to recall about 158,000 electric vehicles for failures of a 17-inch touchscreen in 2012-2018 Tesla Model S sedan and 2016-2018 Tesla Model X SUV. The interface can fail, resulting in a loss of the rearview camera and other “safety-related vehicle functions,” the feds said in a letter issued to Tesla […] More

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    Could battery health reports rescue an ailing used EV market?

    All the hype over electric vehicles could lose much of its charge over a continued weak link: the used EV market.  There are about 44,000 used-car dealerships in the U.S. today, and roughly a quarter of those have ever sold an EV. Outside of some boutique dealerships in EV-savvy cities on the West Coast and […] More

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    Mercedes-Benz EQA electric SUV teased ahead of Jan. 20 debut

    Mercedes-Benz last summer introduced a redesigned GLA-Class, and soon the compact crossover SUV will spawn a battery-electric version to be called an EQA. The covers are due to come off January 20. The EQA isn’t confirmed for sale in the United States just yet and there’s a chance we may not see it. The reason […] More

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