Brazil Takes the Electric Lead:

📈Brazil Takes the Electric Lead:

We take a moment to extend our deepest gratitude and pay tribute to the brave men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. We hope everyone had a restful Memorial Day weekend, Tuesday’s edition brings you:

  • Brazil surpasses Belgium as top export market for Chinese EVs
  • A new electric Lancia
  • Hyundai Mobis vows to expand investment in EV parts
  • Canada mulls Chinese EV tariff following U.S. move
  • FLO assembles first FLO Ultra charging stations in Michigan
  • A Rivian coffee truck

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  1. Brazil has overtaken Belgium as the largest export market for Chinese new energy vehicles, with exports soaring 13-fold year-on-year to 40,163 units in April.
  2. Lancia reveals the high-performance electric Ypsilon HF, set to launch in May 2025, and the Ypsilon Rally 4 HF, marking its return to rallying with advanced EV and autonomous driving technologies.
  3. Hyundai Mobis announced plans to increase its investment in electric vehicle parts and automotive chips to 70% of its total investment in 2024, up from 50%, while reducing investment in self-driving technologies due to high costs, during its 3rd Mobis Mobility Day in Silicon Valley.
  4. Canada is monitoring the new U.S. import tariffs on Chinese-made electric vehicles but has not committed to matching them, despite increased imports from China and concerns about maintaining alignment with U.S. policies to protect the domestic auto industry.
  5. The FLO Ultra DC fast charger, which meets NEVI and Buy America Act requirements, charges most EVs to 80% in 15 minutes with up to 320 kW, featuring a motorized cable management system, 98% uptime, and aims to support the growing demand for fast charging infrastructure in North America.
  6. More than 35 airports are in discussions to order Kodiak Technologies' industrial snow blower vehicles, anticipated for early 2025, which feature the world's most powerful hybrid electric and battery electric vehicle technology, capable of exceeding the power output of two 15-liter turbo-diesel engines.
  7. The Mass Fleet Advisor Program, administered by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center in partnership with various organizations, offers no-cost technical assistance to help Massachusetts private, nonprofit, and municipal fleets transition to zero-emission trucks by providing energy modeling, vehicle recommendations, and infrastructure assessments.
  8. Research indicates that only 2.5% of EV batteries from 2011 to 2024 model years have been replaced, with newer EVs (2016 and younger) requiring less than 1% of replacements outside recalls, due to larger battery sizes and improved management systems.
  9. A group of journalists from 23 European news organizations toured Yutong Bus's facilities, experiencing its cutting-edge EV innovations, advanced manufacturing, and intelligent fleet management systems, which highlight Yutong's leadership in sustainable urban transport and its commitment to safety and technological advancement.
  10. ChargePoint and Airbnb have partnered to facilitate the installation of EV chargers at U.S. Airbnb listings, making it easier for hosts to offer this amenity and meet the growing demand from guests, who increasingly search for listings with EV charging options.
  11. Austrian driver Luca Pröglhöf won the second round of the ADAC Opel Electric Rally Cup, driving a Corsa Rally Electric, at the ELE Rally in the Netherlands, with Spaniard Alex Español finishing second and French brothers Anthony and Adrien Rott in third place.

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