The electric car industry is in the midst of a major transition, and it’s not going to be smooth sailing for a while.
The industry’s big three automakers have been talking up electric vehicles and how they’ll change how people travel.
General Motors is even selling its new Cadillac EV electric car to customers this summer.
But with the news that Ford will unveil a new electric SUV later this year, it’s clear there’s a lot more to the game than meets the eye.
Here’s what we know about what we can expect in 2017.
What’s in the pipeline?
Ford is going to unveil its new Ford Escape EV on Aug. 30, which is supposed to be the first electric SUV in the world.
The Escape is built on the same platform as the upcoming Ford Fusion SUV, which also has an all-electric drivetrain.
We’ll have more details on the new SUV later in the year.
Toyota has also said that it will introduce an electric vehicle in 2018.
That vehicle, dubbed the Lexus NX, is based on the company’s upcoming Lexus PHEV, but it will be built on a different platform.
That makes it hard to tell what exactly the NX will be like, but we know that it won’t be an all electric car.
GM, Toyota, and Ford are all looking to sell more of their vehicles, which will likely mean more plug-in hybrids, electric cars like the EV-X, and other EVs.
And, while there is a lot of excitement about plug-ins, there is also a lot less buzz about electric vehicles.
Ford has been talking about how it plans to be more electric than Toyota, as we previously reported.
GM has also been talking a lot about how its electric vehicle, the Chevy Bolt, will be electric for at least 10 years.
That means it will have a lot going for it, but a lot to do with the market dynamics in the United States and Europe.
The electric cars that GM is planning to sell this year will be much different than what they did in the past.
The company has been trying to sell the Bolt to customers around the world in the US and Europe for several years now.
It’s not a completely new concept, but the Bolt’s arrival in 2017 is a major change.
Why are Ford, GM, and Toyota so bullish about electric cars?
The new Ford, Chevrolet, and Nissan EVs are all designed around the same basic technology, and the technology has changed significantly since the beginning of the electric vehicle era.
Ford is a big name in electric vehicle development, and GM and Toyota are major players in the industry, so it makes sense for the two companies to be bullish about the electric SUV.
The biggest change is the plug-up technology.
While Tesla and other competitors have been pushing plug-ups for years, they haven’t been as successful as they should have been.
Ford’s plug-less Chevy Bolt is one of the few cars that’s been able to meet the needs of the mass market, but even that car has been a little too plug-like in its powertrain.
It has a big powertrain, but its range is very limited.
Plug-in electric cars have been able, thanks to advances in lithium-ion battery technology, to reach a larger and larger range, but they still aren’t very practical.
Plug in electric cars are also much more expensive.
Plug on an electric car is expensive, but if you drive one, you don’t have to worry about getting gas or electric bills.
Plugging in an electric drivetrain is much less expensive than plugging in a gas car, but you have to pay for the electricity when you’re going to use it.
That’s a big problem for many people, especially people who don’t drive an electric motor.
Tesla’s Tesla Roadster is one example of an electric SUV that’s very efficient and is extremely affordable.
The Roadster’s electric motor is very low-power compared to conventional motors, so you have less range, and that’s a major drawback for many electric drivers.
In addition to that, Tesla is pushing an all new battery architecture that is a step beyond what’s currently used in plug-on cars.
That architecture is designed to give electric vehicles greater range and a lower price point than plug-ons, which means the cost of an EV can be a lot lower than it was in the early 2000s.
There’s a new standard for electric cars.
Plugins were a thing of the past in the 1990s, but in the last decade or so, a new standards for electric vehicles has emerged, which could make plug-offs more appealing.
The new standard, called Plug-In 2050, is a set of standards that will come into effect in 2019.
The standards are a lot like the standards for plug- on cars, except they are designed to be flexible enough to adapt to different uses and conditions.
The automakers are going to try to make