AutoComplete: ChargePoint is expanding its network by almost 5,000 percent
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EV charging superpower Chargepoint plans to increase its network across the globe by almost 5,000% over the next seven years which is franky redonkulous.
The bulk of the chargers will end up in Europe and North America but a chunk will go to Australia and New Zealand because let's face it, the [UNKNOWN] deserve electrification too Finally, Subaru gives BRZ fans the update they've been waiting for for years.
Special grey paint.
Wait, did you think I was going to say a turbo and a 100 extra horse power?
Anyway, the BRZ is the same loveable little scamp it has always been with a few tech updates and a cool series grey trim package.
The good news is that the pricing is also mostly the same as last year.
Ford is recalling 555 SUV's because it installed door striker bolts that are just a hair too short, and may not allow the door to open in the event of a crash which is not ideal.
The recall covers 2018 Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX models built in its Oakville, Ontario plant.
Thankfully for owners it's a quick, free fix and Ford hasn't received any reports or injuries stemming from this problem.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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