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I've been reading with fascination Keith Crain's recent columns about the rush to electric vehicles by just about every manufacturer on the planet.
Thousands of Porsche enthusiasts gathering in California this fall give the automaker the perfect chance to sell the brand's most loyal consumers on its new EV offerings.
Didi Chuxing, the Chinese ride-hailing giant, is partnering with 31 auto industry companies to develop models for shared mobility and new standards for electrified vehicles.
Except in China, where government rules and objectives are easier to implement and enforce, electric vehicles seem to be headed for a disastrous conclusion.
If the first wave of Japan-brand electric vehicles for China looks familiar, it should. Toyota, Nissan and Honda are simply rolling out EV versions of existing nameplates.
Nio, the Chinese electric vehicle startup that uses swappable batteries and puts a bobblehead digital assistant on the dashboard, wants to launch a global model in the U.S. by 2020.
Xiaopeng Motors, which counts Alibaba among its investors, plans to raise billions of dollars in funds this year as the Chinese startup jumps into the world's biggest market for electric vehicles.
Nissan has opened a first-of-its-kind processing center in a plant that was abandoned by the previous owner when the region became a radioactive no-go zone following Japan's 2011 nuclear disaster.
BMW will expand its i family of electrified cars with the i4 full-electric model. The i4 will be one of 12 battery-electric models BMW aims to have in showrooms by 2025.
WM Motor, a Chinese company with plans to sell an electric SUV this year, is open to holding an initial public stock offering in the United States as its founder shrugs off a potential trade war.
Jaguar touted design, a roomy interior and fast-charging as game-changing features in its I-Pace full-electric crossover.
Bosch has decided against producing its own battery cells, saying the investment necessary is too risky. The supplier had said it was considering competing with Asian rivals.
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