This week’s top EV news includes:-
- The European Union will aim to have at least 30 million zero-emission vehicles on its roads by 2030, as it seeks to steer countries away from fossil fuel-based transport report Reuters
- Delhi government has launched a forum to engage with stakeholders for the successful implementation of its recently launched electric vehicles policy.
- Tata Motors has delivered 26 state-of-the-art electric buses to Brihan Mumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST)
- LG Chem and SK Innovation are sparring over whether the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) should consider recent electric vehicle recalls in a trade secrets case.
- Bengaluru-based Pravaig Dynamics officially unveiled the Extinction MK1 premium electric car, completely made in India, ahead of launch sometime next year. The first homegrown electric car promises to step up the electric vehicle game in India.
- Tata Nexon electric car, has surpassed the 2000 sales milestone. In over 10 months, since launch, the sales of the Nexon electric vehicle reached 2200 units as of November 2020, indicating the rapid demand for the electric vehicles in the personal car segment
- Uber has set its eyes to make more prominent spot in India’s electric vehicle space with plans to add 3,000 such vehicles and e-rickshaws to its fleet by 2021-end reports the Mint.
- Chinese ride-hailing company and global Uber competitor-DiDi Chuxinghas unveiled a electric vehicle built specifically for ride-shares: the D1. Didi partnered with B Y D – to create the custom sedan.