Vinfast deliveries, VW ID.4 off-roader, Leaf bidirectional charger: Today’s Car News


    Nissan approves a bidirectional charger that works with its guarantee. Volkswagen exhibits an extra-rugged model of its ID.4 electrical crossover. Some Ford and Lincoln plug-in fashions are getting automated lane modifications. And Vinfast continues to maintain tempo. This and extra, right here at Inexperienced Automotive Reviews. 

    Vietnam’s Vinfast has made the primary 100 deliveries of its VF 8 electrical crossover in its residence market, the corporate reported Saturday. First U.S. deliveries of the model are due in December 2022, it maintains, amid evolving buy and battery leasing particulars.

    Nissan has finally accredited a unit that may reap the benefits of bidirectional charging within the Leaf. In keeping with Nissan the unit makes it the one all-electric passenger car within the U.S. to produce energy to the grid—though Ford beat Nissan with a factory-approved system that may disconnect throughout brownouts and again up the house. 

    The Ford Mustang Mach-E EV and Lincoln Corsair plug-in hybrid are among the many first autos to get the up to date model of Ford’s Bluecruise driver-assist system—or Activeglide within the Lincoln—that permits automated lane modifications with a faucet of the turn-signal stalk. The improve is a part of extra driver-assist tech now customary within the 2023 Mach-E and an upgraded infotainment system within the 2023 Corsair Grand Touring.

    And Volkswagen revealed a rugged, off-road-capable ID.4 idea. With extra energy, off-road wheels, and, it seems, extra functionality past rugged seems, VW could be gauging response to the potential for a brand new model—or, maybe, seeing how its MEB platform would possibly work for upcoming Scout EV fashions.


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