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DRIVE! 2022: The future is electric

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Cadillac Celestiq Ranges are increasing for EVs, and Uncle Sam will help with costs in 2023 CASEY WILLIAMS | Auto This is the year during which even the most jaded gas-head has come to realize we’ll all soon drive gas-free.

Electric vehicles (EVs) were once the baubles of Hollywood elites and electronics club geek-nerds, but they are now the smart conveyance for sexy cowboys, glittery drag queens and even your parents.

So plug in and get up to speed. 2024 GMC Sierra EV Denali …………….. EVs: Know the jargon • Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV): A vehicle that runs exclusively on batteries with no extra engine as in hybrids.• Frunk: That sealed cargo area in front of the vehicle where an engine used to rev.• Kilowatt-hours (kWh): Current a battery can emit over an hour; defines energy capacity (higher means more range, acceleration or towing capacity).• Horsepower: Defines work being done; a measure from the gasoline era to define automotive performance, but connecting old-school cars to the next generation.• Torque: Twisting force that turns a vehicle’s wheels, typically higher in EVs because of their whirring electric motors.• AC (Alternating current): Electrical standard homes are built on; safe for low-level EV charging.• DC (Direct current): Electrical standard for electronics and EVs; allowing for fastest charging.• Lithium-ion: Compact, high-density battery composition popularized in smartphones and laptops before becoming elemental in EV construction.• Volts (charger): Higher volts = faster charging rates.• Regenerative braking: Generators replenish electricity to batteries when decelerating instead of releasing it as heat.• One-pedal driving: Ability of many EVs to “auto re-gen” when the

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