Google to add more EV specific features to built-in google maps

Google has come with a new feature in Google Maps, especially for EVs. It will give drivers real-time information about charging stations, their availability, and how long it will take for their vehicles to charge. Read to Know More!

Good news guys! Google has come up with some new features for its well-known mapping software, ‘Google Maps’. The search giant at this moment is making a significant push into the electric vehicle (EV) sector. The function, which is exclusively specialized for EVs, will give drivers real-time information about charging stations, their availability, and how long it will take for their vehicles to charge.

With the rise of EVs, charging infrastructure has become a major challenge for many drivers. To address this issue, Google Maps will soon display the availability of charging stations near you so that you may plan your trip accordingly.

The software will also help drivers plan their excursions and make sure they have enough time to fully charge their vehicles by showing how long it will take to charge their vehicle based on its current battery level. Google Maps will not only assist drivers in finding charging stations but will also offer real-time data on charging rates so that drivers may select the quickest charging choice. This will be especially helpful for drivers who are short on time and need to swiftly charge their vehicles.

Only electric vehicles with built-in Google Maps can access this latest update. These include certain vehicles from the GM portfolio as well as models from Polestar, Volvo, Renault, Honda, and Volvo. The upcoming months will see the update implemented around the globe. These services are not available to EV owners who use Google Maps on mobile devices or through Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The IT giant had already offered “eco-friendly route” planning, which was more effective than choosing the choice with the shortest travel time.

The integration of Google Maps with EVs will be a game-changer for the industry, making it easier for drivers to adopt electric vehicles and reducing the barriers to entry for new EV buyers. With this feature, Google is positioning itself as a leader in the EV market and helping to build a more sustainable future for all.

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