Revving Up the Future: Ioniq 5 N Electrifies, GMC Sierra Goes Electric, and Maserati Drops Top on Luxury EVs

Revving Up the Future: Ioniq 5 N Electrifies, GMC Sierra Goes Electric, and Maserati Drops Top on Luxury EVs

Today’s Automotive Updates: Review of Ioniq 5 N, GMC Sierra EV Debut, Maserati Electric Models, and Mercedes eSprinter

Maserati could introduce the first electric convertible in the U.S. market in a long time. Mercedes is expanding its eSprinter lineup with more affordable options. GMC has announced the pricing, estimated range, and additional details for its upcoming Sierra EV truck. Also, we explore how the Hyundai Ioniq 5 N’s interactive features enhance the driving experience. For these stories and more, stay tuned to Green Car Reports.

During an initial test of the 2025 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N, Green Car Reports discovered a potentially revolutionary electric vehicle that adds a new level of excitement and pleasure to high-performance driving, while also maintaining its performance under the rigorous conditions of track driving.

GMC has announced that the initial price for its premier 2024 GMC Sierra EV Denali Edition 1 electric truck will be slightly below $100,000, with an EPA-estimated travel distance of 440 miles on a full charge. This model will feature both four-wheel steering and CrabWalk functionalities, as well as GM’s SuperCruise technology, and will support the same high-speed charging capabilities as the GMC Hummer EV.

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the cost and specifications for its 2025 eSprinter electric van series. The lineup features a more compact 81-kWh battery and a basic standard-roof model, starting at $63,545, positioning it more aggressively against its competitors in the fleet market.

The inaugural all-electric luxury convertible set to enter the U.S. market appears poised to be Italian. Unveiled on Monday, the Maserati GranCabrio Folgore is expected to hit American shores in the last quarter of the year as a 2025 model and will carry a price tag exceeding $200,000.

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The electric version of the Mercedes G-wagen has been transformed into a die-cast model with an emphasis on eco-friendliness. Meanwhile, used electric vehicles (EVs) are fetching lower prices compared to the previous year. Additionally, the most budget-friendly Lexus model has seen improvements in fuel efficiency. All this and more from Green Car Reports. The 2025 Lexus UX 300h is now exclusively available as a hybrid, and its widely favored all-wheel-drive (AWD) variant has received a significant increase in fuel economy. The UX 300h AWD now achieves 43 miles per gallon (mpg) combined and is priced starting at about $40,000. CarMax’s latest yearly review indicates that the top-selling used EVs are being sold for up to $5,000 less than they were last year, with the Tesla Model 3 making the list once more.

The UX’s appearance remains largely unchanged from its 2024 iteration and earlier versions, but it has shifted to an exclusively hybrid model.

According to the retailer CarMax, the top-selling used electric vehicle (EV) models are now available at prices that are significantly lower than they were a year ago.

Despite the genuine G 580 with EQ Technology falling slightly behind in environmental features, its miniature Matchbox version fully commits to using recycled metal and eco-friendly plastic.

Hyundai backtracks on its commitment to a dedicated EV factory. Polestar experiments with a new battery type at charging stations. Government researchers identify methods to enhance the reliability of fast charging. Additionally, the electric vehicle with Saab origins could potentially be manufactured in Italy. All this and more, here at Green Car Reports. Last week, Hyundai confirmed…

Actual implementation of StoreDot’s „silicon dominant“ battery technology in electric vehicles may be some time away, yet its charging speed in a full-sized EV meets the advertised claims.

The Metaplant in Georgia, originally promoted as a facility dedicated to producing only electric vehicles, will now be manufacturing vehicles equipped with fuel tanks and exhaust systems.

The company has also revealed designs for different vehicle models, such as a sports car named the Rise and a luxury sedan referred to as the Capital ES.

Incorporating greater resilience into the control systems of public electric vehicle (EV) chargers could enhance the dependability of entire charging stations in several typical scenarios.

Which car manufacturer has set the price for its hardware kit that enables its electric vehicles to power a home? Which electric vehicle brand boasts the lowest cost of ownership among all car brands? We’re reviewing the past week’s major stories with the Week In Reverse here at Green Car Reports, covering the events up to April 26, 2024. The Tesla Model Y…

Ford’s electric vehicles are currently not profitable, yet the company is optimistic about its upcoming line of EVs. Mazda has introduced an attractive electric sedan, currently exclusive to China. Toyota is developing another three-row electric SUV that will be manufactured in the U.S. Meanwhile, Honda is establishing an additional EV production center in Canada. Stay tuned to Green Car Reports for more updates…

The planned Ontario EV center is set to enhance Honda’s original EV base in Ohio, ensuring that most of the brand’s upcoming electric vehicles will be manufactured in America.

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