Month: September 2021

Strategy is part of GM’s pursuit to grow revenue beyond vehicle sales and earn customer loyalty for a lifetime. DETROIT – Today, General Motors announced Ultifi, its end-to-end software platform designed to unlock new vehicle experiences and connect customers’ digital lives. Ultifi will help enable the frequent and seamless delivery of software-defined features, apps and services
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What You Need to Know More than 6.8 million Americans have purchased a hybrid electric or plug-in electric car in the past two+ decades. And if you happen to be part of the EV-crowd, you likely enjoy many of the benefits that come with owning an EV, including simple storage arrangements. Because EVs contain different
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Today, NIO officially introduced the ES8 SUV in Norway, launching its first NIO House in Oslo. It’s located at Karl Johans Gate 33 and will be open to the public from October 1. The Chinese manufacturer will offer two battery versions of the ES8 in Norway – 75 kWh and 100 kWh – with a third
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Battery analytics specialist Silver Power System (SPS) has partnered with Imperial College, the London EV Company and the Watt Electric Vehicle Company on a research program designed to predict battery lifespan. The Real-Time Electrical Digital Twin Operating Platform (REDTOP) project has created and trialed “digital twins” of real EV batteries. Built using data from a
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Production of the 2022 Lucid Air started this week, adding another automaker to the North American roster. The manufacturer held an event on September 28th, inviting Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, relevant executives, big-time investors, select media outlets, and customers who dropped $170,000 to purchase the limited Dream Edition of the electric vehicle. While often framed as
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e-POWER features a 100% electric motor-driven system that provides responsive acceleration, smooth deceleration and cabin quietness similar to an EV, while removing the need for external charging thanks to an onboard gasoline engine that charges the battery pack when necessary. The e-POWER Sylphy is aimed to meet the demands of customers who expect excellent mobility
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By Joey Klender Posted on September 29, 2021 Wedbush analyst Dan Ives says September Tesla deliveries are on pace for “massive trajectory” Ives reiterates “Outperform” rating; holds $1,000 price target Tesla on pace for 230,000 deliveries, Ives predicts Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) is set for its biggest quarter in company history, according to Wedbush analyst and
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As more fleets of medium- and heavy-duty vehicles go electric, there’s a growing awareness that building the necessary charging infrastructure will be a complex proposition, requiring specialized expertise and considerable capital. Fleet vehicle depots will need to incorporate not only charging stations, but energy management systems, and possibly energy storage and on-site generation. These sites
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Elon Musk called out President Joe Biden for “being controlled by unions” after Tesla was snubbed at a meeting about electric vehicles at the White House. After SpaceX successfully launched its Inspiration mission with civilians to orbits, Elon Musk was asked why he thinks Biden has yet to congratulate him or SpaceX, and the CEO
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The global electric racing championship Formula E has been a huge success by any measure. Automakers like Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Nissan, and Jaguar have embraced the series, which is surely the world’s most prominent showcase for electric vehicle performance. Charged attended the New York City E-Prix in July, and spoke with several execs from EV infrastructure
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