Month: March 2022

Sponsored by NI EV powertrain components and systems are rapidly evolving, and test teams must keep pace. NI offers solutions that you can use across the product development process to accelerate test development and expand test coverage. Learn more about application requirements and solution briefs for signal-level inverter testing, EV battery pack/module and battery management
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Several executives from perpetual automotive startup Faraday Future have reportedly been subpoenaed by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as part of an investigation into inaccurate statements made to investors. Though, considering the nameplate’s history, it would be impossible to assume which item the SEC will be focusing on thanks to FF’s exceptionally long history
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Toyota announced that its all-new, all-electric Toyota bZ4X model is ready for its European sales launch this summer. Toyota’s first bZ (Beyond Zero) model, based on the e-TNGA platform, will be available in two versions – single motor, front-wheel-drive, and dual-motor all-wheel-drive. Both versions will be equipped with a 71.4 kWh battery (just like in Japan),
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Textron (NYSE: TXT), home to the Cessna, Beechcraft, and Bell aviation brands, has agreed to purchase Pipistrel, a developer of electric aircraft based in Slovenia and Italy. Textron plans to form a new business segment, Textron eAviation, focused on the development of sustainable aircraft, which will include Pipistrel. Pipistrel founder and CEO Ivo Boscarol will
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Elon Musk’s leaked e-mail suggesting a sudden acceleration of the Tesla electric Semi Truck production and the REAL reason for it tops the electric car news this week, plus many other EV news from Tesla, Nikola Motors, BMW, Ford, and others! Support this channel on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/eforelectric! Subscsribe to Tom Moloughney’s channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdX0BJNon1c6GfOdeS3pyDw
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Buick has filed a trademark application for a new logo, according to documents first spotted by CarBuzz. An application filed March 16, 2022, with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) shows a variation of the automaker’s traditional tri-shield logo, which dates back to 1959 and has been mildly updated since then. The ring
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Fleet Electrification Drives the Need for Changes This year, the United States will begin to see an accelerated adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) for last-mile delivery, maintenance and service, freight hauling and public transit fleets; a positive trend, but one that will place additional stress on the grid. Critical stakeholders–utilities, system operators, fleet operators, vehicle
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By Joey Klender Posted on March 30, 2022 Tesla’s valuation (NASDAQ: TSLA) should not be benchmarked against traditional automakers, as it could be “misleading,” top analyst Gene Munster said. “Using traditional auto as a benchmark for how to value Tesla is misleading,” Munster, an analyst for Loup Ventures, said on CNBC. “Not misleading in the
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