⚡A Hybrid Hypercar with a Dark Matter Motor

⚡A Hybrid Hypercar with a Dark Matter Motor

On Saturday, we flew to South Carolina and managed to secure the very last charging spot available at the airport. The area was abuzz with a variety of electric vehicles, from Rivians and Teslas to a Chevy Volt and the Lightning. However, there was a downside to the situation: the Level 1 charger at the airport wasn't functional, which was disappointing and not ideal for our charging needs. Not a great DIA.

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Top EV/AV Stories (5 minutes or less)

  1. Recently revealed, the Gemera hypercar from Swedish automaker Koenigsegg is a formidable hybrid boasting two combustion engines and a single "Dark Matter" electric motor, enclosed in lightweight forged carbon fiber, with a mere 40-kilogram weight and impressive power output of 800 horsepower and 922 lb-ft of torque.

  2. Mazda has confirmed that the next-generation 2026 MX-5 Miata will be electrified to ensure the iconic sports car's survival and keep it viable well into the future, but the automaker has not yet specified whether it will be a fully electric, hybrid, or plug-in hybrid model.

  3. Tesla is allowing owners to transfer their Full Self-Driving feature to a new vehicle as a one-time amnesty offer, but they must take delivery of the new vehicle between July 20th and September 30th, 2023, and forfeit the FSD capability in their current vehicle.

  4. Automakers worldwide are gearing up to introduce new and exciting EV models in the next five years.

  5. German automakers have embarked on bold plans to shift to electric cars and challenge Tesla Inc.'s dominance, and while they may have faced some hurdles, they are determined to catch up and make significant progress.

  6. Kenya's public transit sector is driving the country's electric vehicle adoption, with commercial electric mass transport buses and electric motorcycle taxis making inroads into the market, while startups like BasiGo and Roam are contributing to the expansion by manufacturing and assembling EV buses and motorcycles.

  7. The Lion Electric Company has officially opened its 900,000 square-foot facility in Joliet, Illinois, the largest all-electric U.S. plant dedicated to medium and heavy-duty commercial vehicle production, with a manufacturing capacity of 2,500 all-electric school buses by the end of 2023 and an estimated full-scale production capacity of 20,000 vehicles per year.

  8. Emerging as a star performer in the Japanese stock market rally of 2023, Honda Motor's shares have surged 44% this year, surpassing other major Japanese carmakers, attributed to investors' approval of the company's commitment to increasing electric vehicle production and transitioning to an EV-focused future.

  9. Unveiling its plans for new solid-state EV battery technology, Toyota announced the potential for up to 900 miles of driving range, with a model set to be rolled out by 2025 that will increase cruising range by 20%, and a higher-performance version in development.

  10. Thailand has emerged as the leading country in Southeast Asia for BEV sales in the first quarter of 2023, capturing over 75% of the BEV sales in the region, with the share of BEVs in total passenger vehicle sales experiencing significant growth and reaching 3.8%.

  11. Las Vegas will soon see autonomous, self-driving "robotaxis" by Zoox, fully electric vehicles built for passengers with carriage-style seating and no steering wheel.

  12. WeRide plans to expand its presence in the UAE and have hundreds of autonomous vehicles, including robotaxis, robobuses, and robovans, on the roads by 2025 after receiving the UAE's first preliminary license to operate self-driving cars.




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