Clean and Green – Ford, GM and Harley Davidson electric vehicles announced

Ford has acquired dockless scooter sharing service Spin as the automaker looks to expand its offerings in the alternative mobility space.

General Motors announced it will begin building electric bicycles next year.

Chevrolet Silverado could be heading to the front lines.
GM Defense, the new General Motors division focused on military machines, has posted a video to its website that reveals a hydrogen-fueled electric Silverado ZH2 pickup is in the works. Automotive News reports that the video was first presented at the Association of the U.S. Army’s annual meeting in October.

Harley-Davidson has revealed a little more information about the production version of its upcoming electric LiveWire at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan, Italy.
Power and range still haven’t been announced, but the LiveWire will be compatible with Level 3 DC fast chargers, which should be able to recharge its battery pack in just a few minutes.
Full specifications and pricing for the LiveWire are expected to be announced in January. Harley-Davidson plans to follow it up with a line of smaller electric motorcycles.

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One response to “Clean and Green – Ford, GM and Harley Davidson electric vehicles announced

  1. It’s been a long time coming! Glad to see things finally starting to come to market.

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