Daimler warned of risks for the economy and its own business from the outbreak of coronavirus that is spreading in China and around the world, Automotive News reports. “Risks for the Daimler Group may not only affect the development of unit sales but may also lead to significant adverse effects […]Read More
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Porsche last week opened a new EV-charging station in Leipzig, Germany. The facility has 12 350-kW DC fast-chargers and 4 22-kW AC chargers. The total capacity is 7 megawatts, making it Europe’s most powerful rapid-charge park, according to Porsche. EV drivers, regardless of vehicle brand, can use the facility free […]Read More
Chemicals giant BASF picked a site in the eastern German state of Brandenburg for its second European battery materials factory, part of a 400-million-euro investment plan to tap into the growing electric-vehicle market, the supplier said, quoted by Automotive News. The choice of location gives another boost to the economically […]Read More
Hyundai is studying the launch of a car-sharing system using electric vehicles, something that BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot and Renault already offer in Europe and the United States. We are thinking about a possible subscription model for EVs, Wonhong Cho, chief marketing officer for Hyundai Motor, told Automotive News Europe in […]Read More
Tesla Model 3 now can be ordered in more European countries After opening Model 3 orders to reservation holders in Europe and China last month, Tesla is now opening its online design studio to the entire public in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, […]Read More