GM and EVgo will bring over 2,700 new fast chargers to national network

Coming to a neighborhood near you.


Automakers plan to roll out numerous new electric cars over the course of this decade, but they won’t do much good if drivers don’t have consistent access to a plug. General Motors and EVgo will diminish that exact fear.

On Friday, the automaker and charging station operator said both will buddy up to build over 2,700 new fast charging plugs across the US. The construction will take place over the next five years, but the plan will see access expand to new areas to help boost EV adoption.

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The Fast and Furious movies are all headed to NBC’s Peacock service

The F&F series will live at Peacock.

Universal Pictures

With Fast and Furious 9 delayed until April 2021 thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, fans are likely missing out on their over-the-top action mixed with a dash of cars. Sleep easy, friends, because NBC’s new streaming service Peacock will house the entire franchise so far.

Peacock will launch on July 15 and include the whole Fast and Furious series from the original The Fast and the Furious to the most recent release, The Fate of the Furious (but not including the spinoff, Hobbs & Shaw). The early films focus more

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2020 BMW X6 M Competition review: Fast and stylish with a dash of practicality

Are you in the market for a high-performance SUV with a fast roofline? Is the 600-horsepower BMW X6 M not quite enough? Well, don’t worry, BMW has just the thing: the 2020 BMW X6 M Competition, which offers a touch more power, tighter chassis tuning and a little more style, too.


  • Big performance chops
  • Stylish with respectable practicality
  • Cushy interior

Don’t Like

  • Uncommunicative steering
  • Can be overly complex
  • Large blind spots

A mightier X6 M

Like its squared-off X5 M Competition sibling, the X6 M Competition packs substantial firepower under its hood. BMW’s familiar 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8 is here,

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2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S first drive review: Quick, fast and then some

I spend a lot of time pedantically arguing about the difference between “fast” and “quick.” Many people use these words interchangeably, and if you’re one of them, well, you’re wrong. To properly illustrate this disparity, let me introduce you to the 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S — a car that is very, very fast and very, very quick.

“Fast” refers to velocity. “Quick” is how long it takes to get there. This Turbo S defines both in superlative fashion. The newest member of the 992-generation Porsche 911, this model has a top speed of 205 mph and takes just 2.6

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