Electric Ford SuperVan 4.2 breaks…

Electric Ford SuperVan 4.2 breaks…

🥇Electric Ford SuperVan 4.2 breaks…

EV news in 5 minutes or less. The below EV stories and more for your Tuesday edition:

  • A 5-meter LED disc in Norway powered by an EV

  • Electric Ford SuperVan 4.2 sets new record

  • Sony Honda Mobility utilizes KDDI’s global communication platform

  • Tesla rival BYD launches electric supercar that could take on Ferrari — for $233,000

  • Li Auto Financials 

"Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant."

— Robert Louis Stevenson 

EV Layoffs

We were saddened to hear that Rivian had to let go of 10% of its salaried staff last week.  We have seen layoffs in other industries and it is never something you want to see.  

EV.Careers is a platform that connects professionals in the EV industry with exciting opportunities. To support those who have been affected by the Rivian layoffs, EV.Careers is highlighting a few profiles of these talented individuals on its LinkedIn page this week. The goal is to showcase their skills and achievements and help them find their next career move.

Anyone who is interested in hiring or working with these amazing people can follow EV.Careers on LinkedIn and contact them directly. EV.Careers believes that the EV industry has a bright future and wants to help those who share this vision.

Top EV News Stories

  1. Sony Honda Mobility Inc. chooses KDDI for AFEELA brand’s first mass-produced EV.
  2. Ford's SuperVan 4.2 sets multiple lap records at Mount Panorama.
  3. BYD introduces a $233,000 electric supercar U9 with speeds rivaling Ferrari.
  4. Renault 5 E-Tech Electric, a modern reincarnation of the iconic Renault 5.
  5. Li Auto Inc. announced its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year ended December 2023, reporting quarterly total revenues of $5.88 billion and 131,805 vehicle deliveries, with full-year total revenues reaching $17.44 billion and deliveries amounting to 376,030 vehicles.
  6. INEOS Automotive has introduced the INEOS Fusilier, its third model line, featuring both all-electric and range-extender electric powertrain options to cater to diverse global consumer needs.
  7. GM is gradually reentering the European market, with the launch of its Cadillac Lyriq luxury vehicle in France through online-only sales beginning in March.
  8. Xiaomi aims to tap into its existing base of 20 million premium smartphone users in China to justify a premium price for its upcoming electric car.
  9. Ayvens and Stellantis have entered a multi-billion euro agreement, aiming to add up to 500,000 Stellantis vehicles to Ayvens' fleet across Europe by 2026.
  10. Porsche is expanding its Panamera model range with the introduction of the 4 E-Hybrid and 4S E-Hybrid variants for the 2025 model year.
  11. Kia showcases the power capabilities of the EV9 by using its V2L technology to illuminate a 5-meter LED disc in Norway, emphasizing the importance of sunlight and the innovative features of the EV9 such as bidirectional charging.
  12. Lucid Group reported delivering 1,734 vehicles in Q4 and 6,001 vehicles in 2023, with revenue of $157.2 million in Q4 and $595.3 million annually, ending the year with approximately $4.78 billion of total liquidity, while announcing a 2024 production guidance of approximately 9,000 vehicles.
  13. VinFast commenced construction on its first integrated EV manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu, India, with a projected capacity of 150,000 vehicles annually.
  14. The U.S. Energy Department provisionally approved nearly $710 million in loans for electric vehicle technology ventures.

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