What is this 'Buzz' and why is it in your inbox?

What is this ‘Buzz’ and why is it in your inbox?

Great question! We deliver the latest EV news to help our audience understand where this emerging market is headed.

So, you’re wondering what you’re reading, huh? Allow us to introduce ourselves. The Buzz exists to keep you informed with today’s electric vehicle space, as adoption rates for these vehicles continue to grow in all areas of the automotive landscape.

The Buzz is backed by aftermarketNews, but we’re focused on just one thing: EV news. That means it’s our job to deliver you the latest electric vehicle news and innovations by reporting on everything going on in the automotive space (and beyond!), the business side (including new market data and executive appointments) and the energies that actually power these vehicles.

We help our audience understand where this emerging market is headed and how to evolve with it, as OE manufacturers 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 in the latest happenings in the EV market.

As a Babcox Media brand, The Buzz is backed by a 100-year history of covering automotive topics like auto care, performance vehicles, trucking, powersports, enthusiast markets and more. Now, we’re delivering all the buzz on the emerging EV market, too.


David Sickels, Editor, The Buzz
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