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Andrea and Zach review the 2023 Genesis Electrified GV70 review, their new favourite EV SUV [Updated]

This is a Motormouth couple car review of the all-new Electrified Genesis GV70 compact SUV. The GV70 has a 77.4 kWh battery with 383 km / 283 miles of range. It has 429 horsepower, 516 lb-ft of torque and with boost mode you get a power bump to 483 horsepower and standard AWD.

The GV70 is available in one trim in Canada which comes fully loaded for CDN$84,150. In the US, two trim levels are offered, Advanced starting at USD$65,850, and Prestige at USD$72,650.

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Green Car Reports » The US version of the electrified Genesis GV70 is now made in the U.S.

Elsewhere » Car and Driver / The Detroit Bureau / Ars Technica / Drive (Australia) / InsideEVs

Early video reviews of the new Ford Explorer EV are here [Updated]

Updated on 2023-03-23

The 2023 Ford Explorer (for Europe)

The 2023 Ford Explorer (for Europe)

Publicly, Ford has stated they don’t plan to offer this Ford Explorer EV midsize electric crossover in Canada or the U.S. Pity. It is one of two Ford brands expected for Europe that leverages the Volkswagen Group’s fully electric MEB platform at Ford’s factory in Cologne, Germany.

Here are the reviewers first impression of Ford Explorer »

Fully Charged Show »

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Introducing the new all-electric Ford Explorer

This is what happens when Ford takes one of their iconic American SUV brands and reimagines it for the electric age.

This morning Ford Europe introduced the new Ford Explorer.

The all-electric Ford Explorer is a five-seat SUV that combines German engineering with American style.

Assembled at the Ford Cologne EV Centre in Germany, the Ford claims drivers will be able to charge their Explorer from 10 to 80 percent in an about 25 minutes, but they haven’t provided a driving range number, so that figure is more marketing that anything else at the moment.

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