BYD’s global expansion:

BYD’s global expansion:

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  • BYD’s plans for a new plant in Mexico
  • Details leaked on the Kia EV8
  • A big switch to Tesla’s EV charger
  • Roam raises $24M to scale EV production 

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Top EV News Stories Powered by EV Charging Conference

  1. BYD to build an EV factory in Mexico for US exports.
  2. The Chrysler Halcyon Concept has been unveiled and it has Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer technology that will allow the vehicle to recharge as it drives, allowing for unlimited range.
  3. The Kia EV8, successor to the Stinger, will utilize Hyundai-Kia's eM platform, featuring a 113.2 kWh battery pack for a range of 435 to 500 miles, dual motors with 603 combined horsepower for top-spec models, and a planned rollout in 2026 with pricing expected between $42,600 and $54,900.
  4. Most EV makers, including Stellantis and Mazda, will switch to Tesla's charging standard, NACS, with adapters available in 2024 and built-in compatibility starting in 2025.
  5. Kenyan EV startup Roam raises $24 million to scale production of electric motorcycles and buses.
  6. Tesla confirms no Model Y Juniper refresh for North America in 2024, dispelling rumors of imminent updates.
  7. Tata Motors' electric vehicle unit reduces car prices by up to $1445, citing softened battery cell prices and future potential reductions.
  8. J.D. Power's survey underscores the need to enhance Level 2 EV chargers, revealing an increase in public charging reliability but a decline in availability.
  9. Philly initiates an EV training program for workforce diversity.
  10. Remember driver’s Ed?  Now, it’s going electric.  Peoria Public Schools introduces electric vehicles for driver’s ed.

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