The made-in-Tennessee Nissan Leaf is eligible for the EV tax credit. Nissan electrifies the minivan around solid-state batteries. And Rivian aims to make towing more predictable. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.�
The latest software update for Rivian R1S and R1T electric trucks provides a revamped interface for drive modes and a “reimagined driving experience” that allows all-terrain modes while touring. With trailer profiles you can save, range estimates are going to keep getting better while towing, too.�
In Tokyo next week, Nissan plans to show the Hyper Touring concept EV, which reconceives the minivan around solid-state battery tech and autonomous driving tech—as well as V2X bidirectional charging ability. With seats that swivel to face each other, it could be quite the EV road-trip machine.
And the 2024 Nissan Leaf has become eligible for the U.S. EV tax credit, Nissan confirmed Monday. Although it will be eligible for $3,750, not the full $7,500 amount, likely due to battery content requirements built into the IRA—even though the Leaf and its battery are built in the U.S.
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