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Move over Lime & Bird, this leaning electric trike could be the next new thing
Electric scooter-sharing companies are pretty much all over the place these days. Lime and Bird are the major players, but there are more than a dozen other companies offering rental e-bikes and e-scooters. However, a new type of shared electric scooter is getting ready to hit the streets this month. And this one has not two but three wheels.
VW’s Herbert Diess Says Tesla Is Doing A Good Job & Has An Edge
The dieselgate scandal has plagued Volkswagen for the past decade. But Patrick McGee writes in the Financial Times, “The emissions scandal was an accelerant for an already-needed turnround strategy.”
This is the Polestar 2, a new battery EV from Volvo’s performance brand
Back in the olden days Polestar was Volvo's in-house tuning arm, the same way BMW has M Division or Mercedes-Benz has AMG. Polestar would take regular Volvos like the S60 and V60 and breathe on them, adding more power, a sportier interior, and often a coat of shocking blue paint. In fact, a Polestar S60 even held a production car record at the Nürburgring until Porsche and then Alfa Romeo came along and beat it. But that was the old Polestar. In 2017, Volvo revealed it had bigger plans for the name.
Electric Ford Mustang Crossover Will Go Like Hell, Says Ford
Ford is dead serious about its electrification plans. The Blue Oval company wants to have a hybrid, PHEV, or all-electric version of its every model, and, in addition, it will launch a number of completely new nameplates with electric powertrains.
Fiat Chrysler lays groundwork to build electrified Jeep models
With a $4.5 billion investment in manufacturing in Michigan announced Tuesday, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will put some big plans in motion to electrify its entire future Jeep lineup.