Reviews Joy of the streams: E-car driver no longer want back to gasoline or diesel
Chevy and GMC gasoline-powered pickups close in on an expiration date
General Motors hopes to only build zero-emissions vehicles come 2035, and that means the trucks as we know them will likely soon be gone.GM detailed sweeping plans and goals in a new climate plan on Thursday and included the efforts to only sell zero-emissions vehicles by 2035. During a media call, Dane Parker, GM's chief sustainability officer, affirmed with Roadshow that "light-duty vehicle" categorization also includes light-duty pickup trucks that feature gasoline and diesel engines. So, we're talking about the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Colorado, GMC Sierra 1500 and Canyon that face radical changes in the years to come.
The number of electric car owners is steadily increasing. Now a survey proves that a large part is very satisfied with his purchase decision and would also buy an electrically powered car at any time.
driver of electric cars do not want to change to gasoline or diesel anymore. This shows a survey under owners of purely electrically powered cars through the Düsseldorf market researcher Innofact. 85 percent of the e-auto drivers would resort to a purely electrically powered car within the next 24 months, six percent would choose a plug-in hybrid that can be moved electrically and with internal combustion engine. Five percent plan the acquisition of a hydrogen-operated electric car. Only three percent plan to buy a diesel or a gasoline.
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One main reason for the high satisfaction with the electricity cars is the driving pleasure: before the purchase of electric cars environmental and climate protection (very important or more important for 89 percent) and sustainability (86 percent) the most important aspects for the electromobiles, dominated according to experience With the battery cars of the driving pleasure.
90 percent of users are very satisfied or more satisfied. Good notes are also available for the safety of the batteries, environmental protection and the charging period of the vehicles. In contrast, the shop and prices on the charging pillars are a nuisance for part of the respondents: 16 percent are less or not satisfied with the charging options, ten percent disturb the charging prices. After all, much more than half of the respondents were also satisfied with the shop.
For the representative survey, 233 owners were interviewed by purely electrically powered cars and 285 plug-in hybrid drivers.
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Jerez Moto3: KTM rookie Acosta scores third straight win .
Pedro Acosta claimed an historic third Moto3 victory in the Spanish Grand Prix while chaos erupted at the final corner of a dramatic Jerez race. © Gold and Goose / Motorsport Images Pedro Acosta, Red Bull KTM Ajo Ajo KTM rider Acosta has become the first grand prix rookie in history to score four podiums from their first four races, after riding a perfect final lap to claim his third-straight win to pull out a commanding 51-point lead in the championship. Poleman Tatsuki Suzuki grabbed the holeshot off the line from the Snipers Honda of Andrea Migno and Gabriel Rodrigo on the Gresini Honda.