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Hyundai to release two

According to media reports, Hyundai is working on two electric small cars for the European market, which are to replace the i10 combustion model and be offered for under 20,000 euros. So far, only the drive is clear, many other points are still open. The reports do not come as a surprise, as indications of […] More…

Next.e.GO Mobile is headed to Macedonia

The German electric car manufacturer Next.e.GO Mobile has signed an agreement with the Republic of Northern Macedonia to establish a production facility in the country. Next.e.GO Mobile’s micro-factory in Northern Macedonia is to be built near the town of Tetovo. According to the company, the plant will have a capacity of up to 30,000 vehicles […] More…

FedEx Office trials Ford E-Transit vans in nine US markets

In the USA, FedEx subsidiary FedEx Office is piloting ten Ford E-Transit vans across its SameDay City network, which is the company’s local shipping option. The Ford E-Transit vehicles are being tested in nine markets coast-to-coast to assess performance in different road and weather conditions. The SameDay City network offers door-to-door delivery of time-sensitive parcels […] More…

Xpeng partners with Plugsurfing in Norway

The German charging provider Plugsurfing has just signed another cooperation agreement with a Chinese electric car manufacturer. Xpeng drivers in Norway will now receive Plugsurfing’s charging solution and a co-branded charging key that will give them access to 300,000 public charging points across Europe via the Plugsurfing network. In May this year, Plugsurfing partnered with […] More…

Texan startup to design electric off-roader with GM powertrain

Volcon, a Texas-based off-road electric vehicle startup, will equip all of its models with General Motors powertrains. The company offers two- and four-wheeled electric vehicles for off-road use that are equipped with battery modules and other electric drive system components from GM. Volcon’s products are not off-road electric vehicles or pickups, which are in direct […] More…

GAC launches electric drive subsidiary

The Chinese car company GAC Group is investing 2.16 billion yuan (312 million euros) in setting up a subsidiary for the production of electric drive systems. The new subsidiary plans to build production lines with an annual capacity of 400,000 integrated electric drive systems by 2025. Officially, the electric drive system subsidiary is a joint […] More…