Month: November 2022

By Johnna Crider Posted on November 29, 2022 Tesla is continuing to set records and in Norway, which has led the electric vehicle adoption globally, data shows that Tesla is preparing for another record-breaking quarter. Tesla investor Mathias Fens pointed this out and cited data from Mathias Fens shared on Twitter while citing graphs by
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Solid Power Inc., the solid-state battery startup that went public in a reverse merger last year, said its chief executive officer Doug Campbell is stepping down. Solid Power‘s board appointed company president David Jansen to serve as interim CEO while it searches for a permanent replacement, the Louisville, Colorado-based company said in a statement Tuesday.
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MILAN — Ferrari has temporarily stopped taking orders for its Purosangue SUV as high demand has sent waiting lists for some customers to around two years, Chief Marketing and Commercial Officer Enrica Galliera told the drive.com.au website. Ferrari unveiled in September the gasoline-powered 12-cylinder Purosangue, which the sports-car maker prefers to describe as a four-door,
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Gogoro, the battery swapping giant known for its iconic green and black batteries, has just announced that it is expanding to yet another country. The Philippines will be the next destination on Gogoro’s growing world map of battery-swapping destinations. The company spent years developing and refining its battery swapping technology, now used by both Gogoro’s
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Lancia’s sole model at present is a subcompact hatch known as the Ypsilon. However, in more prosperous times, the historic Italian marque was churning out iconic rides like the Stratos, Delta HF, and of course the Aurelia. The Aurelia was a high-end nameplate built during the 1950s. It was available in multiple body styles, including
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Lordstown Motors Corp. made first deliveries on its initial batch of 500 electric pickups for commercial fleet customers. The Lordstown, Ohio, EV startup on Tuesday said it began to move its Endurance pickup after receiving homologation certification from the U.S. government. The Department of Transportation must provide certification a vehicle meets U.S. codes before a
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6:09 AM ET Esteban Ocon has taken a parting shot at former Alpine teammate Fernando Alonso, saying the Spaniard barely did any work to push the team forward. Alonso is joining Aston Martin next year and has already predicted his new team can beat Alpine in 2023. The Spaniard grew increasingly critical of Alpine and
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