Half a year after Elon Musk said, in July 2020, that Tesla would not launch an under-250-mile-range Model Y Standard Range, the company did just that, rolling out the cheaper Model Y on its website on Thursday, January 6 2021.
Tesla's electric vehicle sale share in the US will drop to 21% in 2030 from the near 67% in 2020.
Interview with Derek Jenkins, VP of Design at Lucid Motors on the eve of the Lucid Air reveal discussing his approach to design and building the Lucid brand.
General Motors and EVgo today announced plans to triple the size of EVgo’s public fast charging network by adding more than 2,700 new fast chargers over the next five years. The new EVgo fast charging stations will be available to customers beginning in early 2021.
What are the electric vehicle plans for the 14 legacy auto brands currently without an EV in the US?
The biggest hurdle to adoption of electric vehicles in the US remains supply, as 42% (14 out of 33) of legacy automaker brands that have vehicles for sale in the US - still do not offer an EV (either BEV or PHEV) for sale in the world's second largest auto market.
Change at the automakers is all about the leadership, passion and commitment of its people. Of the 5 GM executives I got to spend time with I found every one of them to be insanely smart and experienced in EVs/batteries/charging - and were not just ICE power train managers who moved over to the "electrification" project.
One of the comments you often hear from legacy automakers and the anti-electric vehicle camp is that "consumers don’t want EVs." “There are no customer requests for BEVs. None. There…
Electric vehicles are clearly the future of the automobile industry - the only question is how quickly EVs are adopted by mainstream consumers. Those automaker executives who don’t actively seek to understand and immerse themselves in the coming wave of EVs risk eventually working for an automaker that experiences a slow death.
The media and Tesla shorts and haters love to tout every new BEV that comes to market as the latest "Tesla Killer." That moniker usually has little basis in reality, but is simply used by headline writers to attract eyeballs and haters and shorts to rally the bearish story on Tesla.