In our latest newsletter, we bring you the latest developments in the electric vehicle (EV) industry, from GM's CEO, Mary Barra, addressing concerns about the slow ramp-up of their new electric vehicles due to a supplier issue, raising questions about their ability to catch up to Tesla despite positive quarterly results and ambitious production plans. On the brighter side, the Bolt is making a comeback! Meanwhile, EVCS, the electric vehicle charger operator, is set to raise a whopping $125 million to expand its fast charger network, capitalizing on the U.S. government's efforts to promote EV adoption. In the realm of futuristic transportation, Alef Aeronautics has garnered significant market demand, with 2,500 pre-orders worth $750 million for its electric flying car. On the regulatory front, electric vehicle owners in Texas will soon face additional fees to fund state highway projects starting September 1, 2023. Stay tuned for these exciting EV updates and more in our today's newsletter!
The EV world is buzzing with exciting news and developments. In this edition of our newsletter, we will take a look at some of the most anticipated EV models that are set to hit the market in the near future. From the Gemera, a hybrid hypercar with a “Dark Matter” electric motor, to the MX-5 Miata, an iconic sports car that will go electric, we will explore the features and specs of these amazing vehicles. We will also tell you about Tesla’s one-time amnesty offer for owners who want to transfer their Full Self-Driving feature to a new vehicle. And we will update you on the progress and challenges of German automakers who are determined to catch up with Tesla in the EV race. Don’t miss this edition of our newsletter, where we bring you the latest and greatest in the EV world.
📢 Newsletter Teaser: Electric Vehicle Revolution Unfolds! Tesla's Q2 Sales Revealed | VinFast's Electric Vehicle Factory to Transform North Carolina | Nissan's Pioneering Collaboration with Tesla | Stellantis' Robust Semiconductor Strategy | Tata Group's Bold Move to Establish Battery Plant in the UK! Don't miss our next issue, packed with the latest updates and breakthroughs in the electrifying world of automotive innovation. Stay ahead of the curve and be part of the green mobility transformation. Get ready to be electrified!
This issue of EV News covers the electric highlights from the Goodwood Festival of Speed, where the Hyundai IONIQ 5 N, the Rimac Nevera, the McMurtry Spierling, and the Mustang Mach E Rally made their debut or set new records. We also report on how Ford is lowering the price and increasing the availability of the F-150 Lightning, and how the first Tesla Cybertruck has been built in Giga, TX. Don’t miss this electrifying edition of EV News!
Canoo delivered Crew Transportation Vehicles to NASA on time. The Chevy Blazer EV is being transported to the US. The U.S. Army introduced the first wave of electric Ford F-150 Lightning trucks at Fort Carson. Caterham unveiled Project V, a lightweight fully-electric coupé concept vehicle. GM reduced the starting price of the Cadillac Lyriq electric vehicle in China.
Volkswagen is introducing its first self-driving program in Austin, Texas, utilizing the ID Buzz electric vans. Fisker built 1,022 Ocean electric SUVs during Q2. Ford’s EV sales have surged with the F-150 Lightning and Mustang Mach-E driving growth, including a 110 percent increase in Mustang Mach-E sales in June. The United States has the possibility of achieving a complete shift to electric vehicles by 2030. Mercedes-Benz is expanding charging options for its customers by providing access to the Tesla Supercharger network in North America. Audi plans to begin manufacturing electric vehicles in Mexico.
Welcome to Mobility EVo, your source for the latest news and insights on electric vehicles. In this issue, we’ll cover some of the most exciting developments in the EV industry, such as how Amazon and Rivian are delivering a greener future with their electric vans in Europe, Toyota’s battery breakthrough that could cut costs and boost performance of electric vehicles, Volvo’s impressive sales growth and market share of its Recharge models, Stellantis’ versatile and global platform for BEVs, Audi’s milestone of reaching 10% BEV sales in Q2, and Lucid’s CEO’s vision for making electric vehicles affordable for everyone. Don’t miss this issue of Mobility EVo, where we’ll dive deeper into these stories and more. Subscribe now and stay tuned!
Happy Fourth of July, EV enthusiasts! In this newsletter, we’ll share the latest EV news and updates that will blow your mind. You’ll learn how Rivian delivered 59% more vehicles in Q2 than in Q1, how Tesla delivered and produced 83% more vehicles in Q2 than last year, how BYD broke its own sales record in June, and how Li Auto, Nio, and Xpeng saw a huge spike in sales in June. Stay informed and inspired by the EV world. Check out the full newsletter for more.
In the latest edition of the EV/AV Newsletter, we’ll tell you about some of the most exciting developments in the electric and autonomous vehicle industry. You’ll learn how Volvo and Tesla are making EV charging easier, how ChargePoint and SAE International are introducing NACS connector options for all EVs, how Stellantis is launching Free2move Charge, a comprehensive ecosystem for EV charging and energy management, how Apple is rumored to be testing its self-driving car technology, how Domino’s is expanding its electric pizza delivery fleet, how Alef Aeronautics is getting FAA certification for its electric flying car. Don’t miss this opportunity to stay informed and inspired by the innovations and developments in the EV/AV world.
Rivian R1T breaks record at Pikes Peak. Porsche and Frauscher create electric sports boat. Aston Martin and Lucid team up for ultra-luxury EVs. 2024 Nissan LEAF pricing. Bentley’s first EV features hands-off driving. This and so much more in this edition of our newsletter.
On race day, it was a 2:30 am wake-up call. We hit the road around 3 am and reached our first hint of traffic for the 101st running of the Pikes Pe...
In this edition of our newsletter, we bring you the latest news and updates from the e-mobility and self-driving sectors. You’ll learn about Rivian’s partnership with Tesla, acquisition of A Better Routeplanner, and new vehicle line, Hyundai’s IONIQ 6 price cut and business strategy, McMurtry’s fan car technology and performance, Buick’s Electra E4 SUV in China, Tesla’s hidden “Elon Mode”, Cruise’s Android app for robotaxis, ARK’s affordable electric car in the UK, and Nio’s investment from Abu Dhabi. Don’t miss this opportunity to stay informed and ahead of the curve in the fast-changing world of e-mobility and self-driving.
In this interview, Gardner Nichols, a Rivian engineer and test driver, talks about his motorsport background and his Pikes Peak ambitions. He wants to break two records with the Rivian R1T electric truck, which he drives daily and has modified minimally for the race. He explains the benefits and challenges of driving an electric vehicle on the unpredictable and demanding Pikes Peak course, and how he prepares his car and himself for the race.
In this newsletter, we tell you about our amazing ATV trip in the snowy mountains, where we saw deer, a horse, a bear, and moose. We also bring you the latest developments in the e-mobility and self-driving sectors, such as Kia’s EV9 SUV, Tesla’s market cap and robotaxi vision, Citroën’s e-C3 affordable electric car, Stellantis’ emissions compliance, Georgia’s incentives for EV makers, the Bay Area’s electric and hybrid car dominance, TuSimple’s autonomous semi-truck feat in Shanghai, Xpeng’s self-driving expansion in Beijing, Ford’s struggle to keep up with China in EV production, Tesla Model Y’s soaring popularity in the US, BYD’s new sub-brand FANG CHENG BAO, and NVIDIA’s win in the 3D Occupancy Prediction Challenge. Don’t miss it!