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When Will Ferrell finds out Norway has more electric vehicles per capita than the U.S., he goes on a madcap journey spanning countries with singer and actress Awkwafina and comedian Kenan Thompson to show that GM's new battery for electric cars will soon be available for everyone.

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For some observers, the run-up in electric vehicle stocks seems like irrational exuberance and proof of a mania. Nikola, which hasn't sold a production vehicle yet, was briefly valued at more than Ford this June.

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Tesla's new electric truck won't be without some stiff competition. It's going up against the two market leaders in full-size trucks in America. Ford is developing its own electric F-series truck, while General Motors, which makes Chevrolet and GMC pickups, also has its own electric pickups in the works. Earlier Thursday, GM CEO Mary Barra said the auto maker expects to begin selling its electric pickup in the fall of 2021.

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These days, when a major automaker unveils an electric car it gets a lot of press. That's because electric cars are cool, special and futuristic. Someday, though, electric cars will just be cars.

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First, electric cars will need to go further on a single charge and they will need to charge faster.

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Car shoppers will also need to think differently about "fueling" their car. When buying a gasoline-powered car, no one ever asks "Where am I going to fill the tank?" Gas stations are pretty much everywhere and it takes only a few minutes to fill up. With electric cars, it's different. Charging the battery is not something people usually pull over to do as a task in itself.

There's never been a better time to convert an old gas guzzling car into an emissions-free electric vehicle (EV), but some makes and models are better suited for a so-called "EV swap" than others.

Love the environment and sports cars? Engineers at Genovation have taken a Corvette and made it into a 220 mph, manual transmission, electric supercar.

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