In Hybrid and Electrical Mechanic Training? A Glimpse at EVs of the Future
For an aspiring auto mechanic specializing in hybrid and electric vehicle repair and maintenance, the future for hybrid and electric vehicles is looking bright. That means more electric vehicles on the road, and more auto mechanic professionals needed to service and repair them. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a glimpse at the electric vehicles of the future.
At ATC Montreal, you get hands-on experience in hybrid and electric vehicle technology. You’ll get to explore the electric vehicle revolution, future technologies and the reality for a future car mechanic. Read on for a sneak peek at the EVs of the future!
For Those in Hybrid and Electrical Mechanic Training, Cadillac Takes a New Course
Cadillac is steering towards big changes with the announcement of its 2023 Cadillac LYRIQ. One would assume that LYRIQ is a play on the word “lyric,” but Cadillac put that idea to bed right away. For Cadillac, LYRIQ represents a change of course from internal combustion engine vehicles to EVs. Those in hybrid and electrical mechanic training will be interested to know that the “IQ” ending of the names marks a break from the CT# and XT# names of those cars powered by internal combustion engines. The new LYRIQ is powered by GM’s Ultrium Drive System, which offers the driver almost 483 kilometres of range on a fully charged battery. Cadillac also decided to offer the first true hands-free driver assistance technology with its EV LYRIQ.
Take Your Camping to Another Level with the VW ID. Buzz
Volkswagen decided to marry tradition and innovation with VW ID. Buzz. The VW ID. Buzz is based on the iconic VW Microbus from the 60s, but with an all-electric technology. As a hybrid and electric vehicle mechanic, you should be aware that the ID. Buzz may take your camping trip to another level with its five, six or seven-seat option. It offers space, comfort and style for drivers and passengers. The ID. Buzz comes with an 82-kWh battery and 150 kW electric motor with rear-wheel drive. The ID. Buzz is also capable of over 320km of range. For its electronic top speed, however, the ID. Buzz is limited to a top speed of 145 km/h.
The Lotus Evija Matches Need for Speed
Can you picture an all-electric vehicle moving at an unimaginable speed? That’s what the Lotus Evija offers car enthusiasts by delivering speed through four powerful electric motors. The Lotus Evija is an elegant and stylish all-electric hypercar that can produce a staggering 2000 horsepower. When the Evija makes it to market, it’s expected to offer a maximum speed of over 320 km/h and 346 km of range. The Lotus Evija’s interior is designed for simplicity, agility and luxury by eliminating any unnecessary features that add weight to its speed.
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