Humanity Needs Factory-Made Accessible SUVs, Not Converted Ones

Converted Accessible Chevrolet

Not many situations are disheartening as driving your newly bought SUV straight from the dealer to a mobility shop for dismantling. But that is what an estimated 1.3 billion people with disabilities worldwide must do if they will use an SUV. By only providing not-so-generous reimbursements and adaptive equipment for conversions, it feels like SUV…

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Summing Up the New, Confusing EV Tax Credit Guildelines

Black EV Charging

As part of President Joe Biden’s efforts to reduce the U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, the U.S. Federal Government provides every qualified American up to a $7,500 tax rebate to buy an electric vehicle. Unfortunately, the process got complicated recently, and your first choice for an EV may not qualify for the EV tax credit. The…

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The 2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan Is in a Class of Its Own

The 2022 Rolls Royce Cullinan is in a class of its own

“Expensive” and “overpriced” do not mean the same thing, and the proof is the 2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan, an ultra-expensive SUV with good value for the money. Unveiled in 2018, the Cullinan represents Rolls Royce’s cave-in to the ultra-luxury SUV demand of billionaires who want to enjoy the same opulence on the road as in a…

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The 2024 Fisker Pear: What We Know and What We Expect

Teaser shot of a red Fisker Pear

Fisker, a fledgling EV company founded by veteran car designer, Henrik Fisker, has come for the automotive world with all guns blazing. Before starting the delivery of its first vehicle, the Ocean EV, the company followed up with the announcement of a five-seater EV, the Pear. You are not alone if you thought the name…

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The 2024 Honda Prologue Will Take the U.S. EV Market by Storm

2024 Honda Prologue Face

Honda entered the U.S EV market in 2017 with the introduction of the Clarity. But the Sedan could not keep up with its competition, mainly because it offered only 89 miles of range on a full charge. The auto manufacturer discontinued the Clarity EV three years later and promised to introduce “new, highly appealing all-electric…

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The Ferrari Purosangue Is The Most Promising SUV We Expect

Front View Of the Ferrari Purosangue

The SUV market continues its dazzling growth, swaying even the most unyielding automakers in other automotive segments. After doing its business strictly in the sports car segment for 75 years, Ferrari has finally caved to the SUV marketplace pressure with the introduction of the Purosangue. Perhaps, owning up to caving may not be easy since…

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