The Tesla Model S has yet to face a real challenge from another automaker … until now. Contenders such as the Lucid Air, and Mercedes EQS are due to hit customers’ driveways in the coming months, and both of these EVs are looking to steal a piece from the flagship electric sedan pie the Tesla Model S has practically had all to itself. And how could we not mention the Porsche Taycan 4S in the EV showdown? Arguably, it’s the Mercedes that interests us just a wee bit more. That’s no knock on the Lucid sedan, which looks great and
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- The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has named the Ford Mustang Mach-E a Top Safety Pick and the Volvo XC40 Recharge a Top Safety Pick+ after testing.
- Vehicles must pass all crash tests to be named a Top Safety Pick and, additionally, meet stringent headlight standards on every trim to earn a Top Safety Pick+ designation.
- A new study also shows that electric vehicles, when compared to their conventional gas-powered counterparts, have 40 percent fewer injury claims.
Someday soon, electric vehicles could be as common as conventional gasoline-powered cars as automakers rollout extensive EV