Manish Kharinta is a automotive writer based in the Los Angeles area. He has worked for automotive industry websites TheSmokingClutch.com, CarDekho.com and CarBikeindia.com. His experience ranges from covering auto shows, to car reviews and breaking automotive news. Manish aims to bring forth his unique perspective on automotive design and technological innovations in the automotive industry.
Oct 26, 2022 10:45 PM WST
Ford recently unveiled the fully-electric Lincoln Star concept, which provides a look into the future of the luxury Lincoln brand. It features the brand's next-generation design language, which all future Lincoln EVs will eventually adopt.
Aug 11, 2022 9:00 AM WST
General Motors is fast advancing its electrification plans. The automaker claims that soon its new Plug and Charge feature will be available on all public EV chargers within the Ultium Charge 360 Network. GM customers currently can use the service at EVgo DC fast-charging stations. Currently, over 100,000 charging points across the United States and Canada are available under the Ultium Charge 360 Network.
Volvo is Building a New EV Service and Training Facility at its U.S. Headquarters in New Jersey To Fast Track its Electrification PlansAug 04, 2022 5:00 AM WST
Volvo Cars recently announced that it will build a new training and technical facility named the “Volvo Car Americas Technical and Training Center” at its U.S. headquarters in Mahwah, New Jersey. The facility will house a multi-vehicle workshop and classrooms where service technicians will learn the latest diagnostic and service procedures for all Volvo models, including plug-in hybrid and battery electric vehicles.
Jul 27, 2022 3:00 PM WST
From simplifying the buying process to inventory changes, there's a lot that is going on behind the scenes at Honda. The automaker wants to design more flexible retail spaces that will offer a new purchase experience for its future electric vehicles.
Volvo Cars and Epic Games to Partner on a High-Resolution 3D Digital Driver’s Display Powered by the Unreal EngineJul 14, 2022 8:00 PM WST
Swedish automaker Volvo Cars recently announced that its upcoming vehicles will come with 3D in-car graphics powered by the Unreal Engine from Epic Games. The Unreal Engine is widely used in the film and gaming industries to create photorealistic 3D graphics. Volvo says the high-resolution graphics will offer a less distracting and easier viewing experience.
Jul 08, 2022 7:30 AM WST
Recently, Lucid Group CEO and CTO Peter Rawlinson offered a thorough breakdown of how the Lucid's automotive engineering teams created one of the most spacious vehicle interiors for a vehicle of this size. Lucid had to devise a way to fit all the Air's electrical components into a relatively short wheelbase, without compromising the cabin space or affecting the ride and handling characteristics of the vehicle.
Jun 15, 2022 3:30 PM WST
Over the past few weeks, Volvo's electric brand Polestar revealed several new updates for the upcoming 2023 Polestar 2, the company's first mass-market EV. So let's get up to speed with everything you need to know about the new EV.
May 26, 2022 9:00 AM WST
Hyundai’s luxury subsidiary Genesis unveiled the all-new X Speedium Coupe last week at the automaker's new Genesis House brand center in New York City. The new concept is a fastback version of the Genesis X EV concept unveiled last year. In the future, Genesis intends to become an electric-only brand, and these concepts help the company explore its athletic elegance and modern design language.
May 18, 2022 8:45 AM WST
Before Tesla's new Berlin factory was online, all of the Model Y SUVs sold in Europe were built at the automaker's factory in Shanghai. As a result of this, one can probably spot both made-in-China and made-in-Germany Model Ys on the streets of Europe. It raises an interesting question, how different is the German-built Model Y compared to those built at Tesla’s Shanghai Gigafactory?
May 13, 2022 8:30 AM WST
Toyota's new bZ4X electric crossover is all-set for its European launch this summer. The electric crossover gets improved range with prices starting at £41,950 ($54,864) in the UK. Toyota will offer bZ4X in 2 variants, including both single motor and dual motor setups. A 71.4 kWh battery pack will power both all-wheel-drive and front-wheel-drive versions for the European market.