Xiaopeng Motors is a Chinese electric car startup, which is famously known for being copycat of Tesla, secured investment in the amount of 2.2 billion yuan (279,78 million euros), mainly financed by Foxconn and Alibaba.
Chairman of Ford Bill Ford revealed at Detroit auto show that the company will invest even more finances in order to bring 40 electrified cars by 2022.
China is really pushing towards ZEV future. The country is the biggest market for cars in general, and with mandatory quotas, it is forcing traditional carmakers to sell more electric cars every year. Now, it also has the first city which will use only electric buses for public transportation.
The day has arrived. The first country, where sales of electric cars accounted for more than half of all sales of new cars already exists and it is in Norway. Thanks to the generous initiatives, electric cars wrote history.
Volvo, which has decided to shift to hybrid and electric vehicle production, recently unveiled its first fully electric vehicle, the Polestar. Now the company released new information regarding its electric car fleet.
Voltia, a 100% all-electric zero emission van built on the basis of the Nissan eNV200 was recently launched in London as part of an initiative by Mayor Sadik Khan to reduce emissions from light commercial vehicles and improve London’s air quality.
In Munich, German carmaker announced its 200 million investment into a new BMW Group Battery Cell Competence Centre which will focus on developing new electric car technology, particularly batteries.
Tesla revealed its semi-truck along with new Roadster just one week ago and already has several buyers. Among them, the most known are Walmart...
Maruti Suzuki is the biggest car producer in India. As the government of India is planning to electrify the transportation and ban the sales...
Today, Voltia is launching EVXpert, a new tool to take a large step in helping people transition their light commercial vehicles (LCV) and fleets to zero emission electric vehicles.