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VW and Goldman-backed battery maker Northvolt gets $1.1 billion funding injection

Northvolt's announcement comes at a time when European economies are laying out plans to move away from vehicles that use diesel and gasoline. As the number of electric vehicles on our roads increases, the competition to develop factories capable of manufacturing EV batteries at scale is intensifying. Northvolt recently said...
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2000 HP Ford Pro Electric Supervan in action (Video)

The Ford Pro Electric Supervan was unveiled a while back and now we get to find out more details about this 2000 horsepower electric transit van. The guys from Top Gear have been trying out the new Ford Pro Supervan and we get to find out more details about it in the video below.
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Volkswagen ID. Buzz Production Resumes In Hanover After Battery Fix

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) has resumed manufacturing of the ID. Buzz and ID. Buzz Cargo at its main plant in Hanover, Germany. Production of the electric vans had been suspended in late June after Volkswagen discovered quality problems with the batteries. As the automaker estimated initially, the production pause lasted for a week. The EVs started rolling off the assembly line again on July 4, a VW representative told Automobilwoche.
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2023 Hyundai Ioniq 5 N spy shots and video: Rise of the electric hot hatch

The 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 electric vehicle, which mixes hatchback and crossover cues, only reached dealerships at the start of the year yet Hyundai is already close to launching a hotter version. The latest spy shots and video show a prototype for what's likely to be an Ioniq 5 tuned...
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Tevva: A Universal Battery-Hydrogen Delivery Truck Out Of London

Tevva, a UK based advanced clean vehicle developer and manufacturer, is launching production of its first 7.5-tonne hydrogen-electric truck. The company headquarters and manufacturing are located in Tilbury near London Thames Freeport. In addition, it opened an office at MIRA Technology Park in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, (West Midlands) to provide the company with access to engineering and testing capabilities for vehicle crash, climatic, dynamics and aerodynamic performance evaluation. Tevva completed arctic winter testing at the start of 2022 and is finishing EU Whole Vehicle Type Approval.
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