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Ford Maverick Hybrid surcharge, Tesla unintended acceleration, GM vs EPA EV target: Car News Today

The federal government is again investigating Tesla’s unintended acceleration claims. GM is concerned about reaching 50% EVs by 2030, through a regulatory lens. And the Ford Maverick is now more expensive as a high mpg hybrid by its actual list price, not just at the dealership. This and more, at Green Car Reports.

Ford made waves in making hybrid powertrains standard when it introduced its Maverick compact truck two years ago. But 37-mpg hybrid now costs an extra $1,500 in the Ford Maverick 2024 and means the entry price of the Maverick Hybrid is $5,000 higher than it was two years ago.

This week marks the end of the EPA’s comment period on pending light vehicle emissions regulations, which will require vastly higher electric vehicle sales over the next decade, and Among the many arguments, GM’s opinion stood out. Despite the ambition to make its entire light vehicle line all-electric by 2035, GM concerned about meeting 50% EV by 2030 in a variety of vehicle sets defined by the governing body.

And in response to a petition, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) this week reopened an investigation into the Unintentional acceleration in a Tesla car. Likely to affect every product Tesla has ever made, the investigation will look into allegations that indicate design flaws in Tesla’s inverters.


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