Hyundai teases its Ioniq 5 crossover due for deliveries later this yr. Cadillac additionally confirmed a glimpse of its Celestiq that’s not anticipated till 2023. The Mannequin Y will get some reassuring crash-test scores. And the very handsome Sony electrical automotive we noticed final yr at CES is shifting alongside. This and extra, right here at Inexperienced Automobile Reviews.
Sony has introduced that it’s began public street testing with its Vision-S electric car. The corporate has returned with just a little extra backstory concerning the automotive, at a digital CES, a yr after introducing it eventually yr’s in-person present.
Hyundai has launched a primary take a look at its Ioniq 5 electric crossover, attributable to make a February debut in prototype type and a market arrival later within the yr. It carries over a whole lot of the retro-hatchback look of the 45 idea proven in 2019.
Though the Cadillac Celestiq is years away from arriving as a flagship for Cadillac’s shift to all-electric, GM has confirmed a couple of extra particulars concerning the future hand-built mannequin. It can provide each four-wheel steering and a four-quadrant smart-glass system.
The federal authorities has launched occupant-safety outcomes and crash-test ratings for the Tesla Model Y, they usually’re top-tier in each potential approach.
And over at Motor Authority: In keeping with The Verge, Apple held talks with the California startup Canoo, however on the time Canoo was extra excited by an funding than an acquisition. The startup is aiming primarily towards a subscription-based mannequin, however it confirmed a $33,000 electric delivery van final month.