Why is The Buzz in your inbox?

Why is The Buzz in your inbox?

Just a decade ago, all you needed were your fingers to count the number of electric vehicles you could actually buy. Today, at the exponential pace EV adoption rates are growing, that number is high enough that even borrowing the hands and feet of your closest friends likely won’t do it.

Electrification is affecting every last corner of the vehicle care market, and it’s our job to deliver you the latest electric vehicle news and innovations by reporting on everything going on in the automotive space, the energies that actually power these vehicles, and the deals and partnerships bringing electrification to your door.

As a Babcox Media brand, The Buzz is backed by over 100 years of automotive expertise, and we’re focused on just one thing: EV news. We’re here to spell out where this emerging market is headed and how you can evolve with it, as OEMs and the aftermarket alike address issues like range anxiety, slow charging times and a lack of infrastructure. Through expert advice and market analysis on cars, heavy-duty trucking, charging and everything in between, The Buzz works to keep its audience informed on the latest happenings in the EV market with the latest news, podcasts and videos.

So many EVs, so many automotive questions to work through. We’re thinking about electrification and we know you are too, so we’ve added you to our mailing list of 130,000 to bring you the latest in charging infrastructure, battery development, hydrogen powertrains, new electrified heavy-duty trucks, SUVs, trains, powersports, unicycles… you name it. Look for it in your inbox every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon.


David Sickels, Editor, The Buzz
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