Ford’s EV Mustang Mach-E gets more range as well as other perks. Koenigsegg’s Regera inspection is the best thing ever and Bentley’s Bentayga shows dedication to electrification.

Simone covers a range of topics starting with the Mustang Mach-E. The range fight in the EV segment in the US just got another major contestant, at least on paper. It is the Ford Mustang Mach-E California Route 1. Pitched by Ford to be the most affordable EV in the US that can cover more than 300 miles per charge, up to 305 miles or 491 km.

The new Koenigsegg Regera, specs sheet reads that it flies from zero to 400 and back to zero in just over half a minute with the help of a hybrid system that consists of three YASA electric motors and a 5 L V8 for the total power of almost 1120 kW and 2000 Nm of torque. As well as that direct-drive transmission. But what makes the Regera special is that its last inspection before each delivery includes a 0-300 time-tested run.

Bentley is moving to electrifying its range, so the wonderful Bentayga facelift gets a hybrid version. It has a 3 L turbo petrol engine and an electric motor that adds up to 330 kW of power and 700 Nm of torque.