621+ Miles Range Unlocked

 🔋621+ Miles Range Unlocked

If there’s one thing you can count on in Colorado, it’s the capricious nature of Spring weather. Just last Saturday, as snowflakes danced from the sky, my son and I decided to make the most of the wintry surprise by visiting the local Lamborghini/McLaren dealership. Amidst the very expensive and beautiful cars, two unexpected sights caught our attention: a dedicated electric vehicle charger emblazoned with the Lamborghini emblem and a plug-in hybrid McLaren.

We are witnessing the embrace of electrification by brands synonymous with high-octane performance. Pretty neat to see!  

Loads of EV news today including:

  • Charging the Polestar 5 prototype from 10-80% in 10 minutes
  • Rivian opens charging network
  • 621-mile range and 4C superfast charging, CATL unveils Shenxing PLUS
  • China-made Tesla’s pass data security rules, Musk visits
  • 0-60 mph in 1.82s, the new all-electric GEN3 Evo from Formula E.

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"In the Spring, I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours."

— Mark Twain

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Top EV News Stories

  1. Polestar and StoreDot showcase breakthrough technology, achieving a 10-minute, 10-80% charge on a Polestar 5 prototype, with a peak charge rate exceeding 370 kW, offering the potential to add 200 miles of range in 10 minutes.
  2. Rivian plans to open its Adventure Network to compatible electric vehicles later this year, featuring new chargers with tap-to-pay convenience and fast charging capabilities across different battery voltages, all powered by 100% renewable energy to promote EV adoption and carbon-free transportation.
  3. CATL unveils Shenxing PLUS, the world's first LFP battery achieving a range of over 621 miles with 4C superfast charging.
  4. Tesla's China-made vehicles had restrictions removed after passing the country's data security requirements, coinciding with CEO Elon Musk's meeting with Chinese Premier Li Qiang.
  5. Formula E and the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile unveiled the next generation of race car, the new all-electric GEN3 Evo, capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in just 1.82 seconds, marking a 30% increase in acceleration compared to current Formula 1 cars.
  6. Changan Mazda unveiled the Mazda EZ-6, the first in a series of new electrified vehicles developed in collaboration with Mazda and Chongqing Changan Automobile Co., Ltd., set to launch in China by the end of 2024.
  7. CATL and Star Charge signed a strategic cooperation agreement in Beijing, China, aiming to extensively collaborate on high-power charging, R&D for charging and inspection technologies, charging infrastructure, and co-branding of superfast charging stations.f 10,000 stations across 100 cities by 2025.
  8. CATL and Beijing Hyundai signed a strategic partnership agreement at Auto China 2024 on April 25, 2024, to collaborate on Beijing Hyundai's EV projects, aiming to equip future electric models with CATL batteries.
  9. Toyota's $1.4 billion investment in its Princeton facility will bring the production of a new three-row battery-electric SUV, adding up to 340 new sustainable U.S. jobs, and contributing to a total investment of $8 billion in Toyota Indiana.
  10. California now boasts one electric vehicle fast charging station for every five gas stations, with Governor Gavin Newsom highlighting the state's strides in expanding its charging network, including Tesla's recent opening of its fast chargers to non-Tesla vehicles, alongside a surge in zero-emission vehicle sales, reaching 25% of all new cars sold last year, and with over 105,000 public or shared private EV chargers installed statewide.



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