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Review of Hyundai Ioniq 6, Tesla’s camera eye, “coming soon” battery pack: Car News Today

Tesla ditches ultrasonic sensors — and some features, for now. An “off-the-shelf” battery pack could be the ticket to high-end EV conversions. And we drove the Ioniq 6 sedan. This and more, here Green Car Report.

The 2023 Hyundai Ioniq 6 is shaping up to be the first direct challenger to the Tesla Model 3 in terms of efficiency, range, size, and price. When we first drove this electric sedan, we noticed that it also has more improvements and charm.

Tesla announced that it drop ultrasonic sensor from all Model 3 and Model Y vehicles for North America and other markets. That means its active safety and driver assistance will rely solely on the camera — and its new built cars will temporarily remove some features like Smart Summon.

UK-based Swindon Powertrain is producing a liquid-cooled engine, EV battery packs “off the shelf” aimed at conversion and niche vehicle manufacturers. With the new cells, its own safety provisions and warranties in 30 kwh or 60 kwh versions, it will likely be a huge improvement over sourcing most current resorts. now – although it’s expensive.


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