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BEVs need to hit 350 miles or higher in the next four years, respondents to the Wards Intelligence Battery Electric Vehicle Future survey say.
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In a world full of BEVs offering 3-4 miles per kWh, the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX registers a stunning 6.2 miles per kWh, giving the vehicle more than 600 miles of range from a sub-100-kWh battery.
Three model years of the Chevy Bolt will get all new modules, whether they’ve experienced battery-related fires or not, as GM aims to solve the lingering issue.
Experts discuss whether limiting tailpipe emissions or mandating ZEV volumes is the most effective way to meet the Biden Admin.’s goal of selling 50% electric vehicles by 2030.
Tesla’s in-house 4680 cell could be seeing a slower-than-expected rollout, while CATL says it has developed a faster-charging cell and LG and Hyundai will begin Li-ion manufacturing in Indonesia.
Wards Intelligence, Industry Analyst – Electrification, Christie Schweinsberg, looks at the market potential for reclaimed Li-ion batteries and the ecosystem needed to support it.
QuantumScape, Solid Power and Toyota make solid-state news this week, while Enel partners on smart charging and Britishvolt wants to build the U.K.’s first Gigafactory.
The truck maker, a subsidiary of the Swedish conglomerate AB Volvo, announced Dec. 3 it would begin marketing an all-electric version of its VNR or regional-haul truck in early 2021 in the U.S. and Canada.
Volvo is taking steps to manufacture its own electric motors as it looks to its future as an electric-only automaker.
Lincoln’s 2020 Aviator Grand Touring plug-in hybrid packs enough punch to satisfy enthusiasts while offering enough all-electric capability to accommodate green drivers.
The Korean automaker’s new E-GMP dedicated electrification platform will have an 800V architecture standard, enabling faster charge time.
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