Its first project is in Puerto Rico, but this solution could work well anywhere.
FCA is still playing catch-up in the EV space, but this should help a bit.
A majority of the stuff on your skin isn’t exactly great to slather on materials like leather.
That’s a whole lot of truck for not a whole lot of scratch.
This is the first time we’ve seen anything of its rear end.
At least two automakers have now signed on to the LMP1 class’ successor.
The production version is slated to debut later this year.