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    Tesla News: Audi CEO Thinks They are Catching Up in Battery Tech

    Audi apparently doesn’t think Tesla has a substantial battery technology lead on their German competition. Apparently, electric vehicles which seem generations superior to their counterparts, need to be worried about something called “seven-mile boots.” We’re going to give Audi CEO, Markus Duesmann, the benefit of the doubt here. The guy has confidence, and he should. […] More

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    BMW Looking to Develop Their Own Fully Electric Architecture

    BMW’s electric agenda seems like an enigma, always changing, and growing more confusing with every update. On one hand, the company has had the i3 and i8, which represent different levels of electrification, for ages now. On the other hand, they have held out longer than most in their insistence that customers demand ICE-cars. Now […] More

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    How Much Does An EV Conversion Cost?

    A question as old as time itself, “how much will it cost to do an EV conversion of a gas car?” Good thing for you, the answer is somewhat complicated. Get ready to research batteries, AC vs. DC motors, converters, chargers, battery managers, and even regen braking systems! First, there are many factors in converting […] More

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    Renault Chairman Warns About Chinese EV Competition In Parliamentary Meeting

    We’ve been seeing a massive gap in the affordable-EV market, where China and it’s manufacturing companies have been eager to sneak in and fill that void. Whether it’s blatant ripoffs of Tesla vehicles, more original creations, or Chinese investments in European production, the country has been bending over backwards to make sure it’s on the […] More

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    Lordstown Motors To Unveil Endurance Pickup Truck Later This Month

    Not much has been revealed of the finalized Lordstown Endurance Pickup. Now, CEO Steve Burns is telling us that the production version of the truck will be revealed in an online event later this month. We know that the EV has a reported 600 horsepower, coming from four in-wheel motors. These will apparently allow the […] More

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    Your New EV Arrived, And It Cost Just $3,000 Mostly In Shipping

    Jason Torchinsky, a writer with Jalopnik, recently pulled the plug and ordered the most exciting Alibaba purchase I’ve seen in a long time. The cheapest new car in the world, coming in at just $900 before shipping. If that weren’t exciting enough, it’s also an EV, with 1.1 horsepower! The Chinese car, called a Changli, […] More

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    Would You Buy This Totalled Porsche Taycan Turbo

    There’s a lot to be said about Porsche’s first electric vehicle. It’s very good looking, charges quickly, and more than anything… it’s made for the track. Well, as it tends to go with cars that are aimed at fast driving, someone crashed their Taycan Turbo almost immediately after taking delivery. In a new video from […] More

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    Vietnamese Company Vinfast Planning Debut Of A New EV

    With new technologies, comes the opportunity for upstart companies to make an international splash. Rimac, the Croatian company making electric supercars, comes to mind. In the same way, we have Vinfast, a Vietnamese carmaker, introducing plans to release an EV into the global market. The company, owned by one of Vietnam’s largest conglomerates, may not […] More

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    Sono Puts Solar Panels On Every Side Of This Ingenious EV

    A lot of people don’t think that putting solar panels on a car makes any sense, which is fair, considering the limited real estate available. However, the folks over at Sono, a Munich-based company which recently raised $58 million in a fundraising round, would disagree with you. The company’s first electric car, the Sion, will […] More

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    Newly Published Research Projects 58% EV Adoption Rate By 2040

    Right off the bat, Bloomberg’s projection of 58% electric market share by 2040 sounds fantastic. However, I suggest we go through their new BNEF findings, and talk about why they aren’t aggressive enough. Shall we? The research paper, titled “Electric Vehicle Outlook 2020,” covers many great talking points, including the 87% decrease in li-ion battery […] More

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    Mazda MX-30 EV Starts Production, A First For The Company

    This week, Mazda started up production of their first-ever electric vehicle, the MX-30 at their Ujina plant in Hiroshima, Japan. The cool little car comes with suicide doors, and will mark the beginning of a new era for Mazda. The crossover, about the size of Mazda’s CX-3, will come with a single front-motor producing 143 […] More

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