Nissan cuts the price of the Ariya. Ford gives its E-Transit vans more range. And Dodge reveals its electric muscle car. This and more, here at Green Car Reports. 

Ready for a very different kind of EV? The 2024 Dodge Charger Daytona EV has been revealed, and it gives a decidedly muscle-car spin to the brand’s EV future. Range and efficiency take the backstage to performance, and this EV’s gonna make a lot of noise—and maybe vibration. 

The 2024 Nissan Ariya costs a lot less than the 2023 model. Price cuts of $3,600 for the base Engage version with the smaller 63-kwh battery pack and $6,000 for the longer-range versions with the 87-kwh pack tuck base versions close to the $40,000 mark, without the help of any EV tax credit. 

And Ford has given its 2024 E-Transit electric van lineup more range. Despite the average daily use for commercial vans around 74 miles, the new 89-kwh battery pack will yield 159 miles for the E-Transit, up from 126 miles.


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