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Monday 24 February 2020

Electric pickup from former GM plant will have in-wheel hub motors

Lordstown Motors is planning to use a former GM facility near Cleveland, Ohio, to effectively beat GM to the punch—in offering an all-electric, made-in-America pickup. 

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Thursday 20 February 2020

Tesla is looking to use cheaper cobalt-free Chinese lithium iron phosphate batteries

A new report states that Tesla is looking to use cheaper Chinese lithium iron phosphate batteries in its vehicle lineup, which would be a big departure from Tesla’s normal battery strategy.

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Wednesday 19 February 2020

Fleets vow to invest in electric conversion by 2030 – all they need now are suppliers

More than 75 per cent of worldwide fleets surveyed who’ve vowed to electrify their vehicles in the next nine years have yet to find suitable product – the time is ripe for manufacturers to fill this lucrative gap.

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Tuesday 18 February 2020

Wright Electric unveils design concepts for electric aircraft

Wright Electric, a partner of European airline easyJet, recently unveiled design concepts for the Wright 1, a 186-seat electric aircraft. Wright is building a 1.5 MW electric motor and 3 kV inverter.

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Monday 17 February 2020

Hyundai partners with Canoo to build more affordable EVs

Electric cars are expensive, but as the technology gradually gets refined, costs go down, allowing regular folk to get in on the EV madness.

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