AutoComplete: Mercedes-Benz's EQC SUV enters production
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Mercedes Benz is firing up production of its' fancy new EQC battery electric SUV in Germany.
It also plans to get the ball rolling on EQC production in China later this year.
We still don't have an official EPA range estimate for this bad boy, but we managed to crank out a [UNKNOWN] 227 miles during a road trip in a prototype vision last year.
So we're expecting to compare favorably with [UNKNOWN] and the [UNKNOWN].
Electrify America aka Volkswagen branded nastic court mended electrical vehicle charging network, is finally getting an app I mean good on them for focusing on building out a robust network of actual charges first, but the app will definitely make life way easier for anyone trying to use that network.
The app will handle payment, [UNKNOWN] charging rates for your car other cars at a given station.
It will help you find a station and more.
Look for it on iOS and Android soon.
BMW is on a roll with its cars, lately, at least as far as the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is concerned.
Five of the Bavarian brand's current models have earned the IIHS's coveted and increasingly difficult to secure Top Safety Pick Plus Award.
The latest to receive his new brand spanking new 3 series, which manage to sail through all of the crash test with perfect scores.
The three is only let down by it's standard headlights, which were rated poor, it's mid-tier headlights which were rated marginal.
But the optional LED with auto high beam units were found to be good a.k.a.
IIHS for superb.
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