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ChargeGrid Flare, Tata Nexon EV, Kolkata EV adoption, GM and LG Chem, Volkswagen, ZTE and more

This week’s EV News Wrap Includes ‘Meghalaya Electric Vehicle Policy 2021, ChargeGrid Flare, Delhi govt.’s subsidy on Tata Nexon EV, Kolkata top 6 megacities in EV, GM and LG Chem for battery, Volkswagen, ZTE and more COGOS Partners with Altigreen to Deploy 1000 Electric Vehicless in its logistics fleet India’s one of the fastest-growing intra-city […]

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GM To Announce Electric Vehicle For Tennessee Plant

General Motors (GM) is reportedly going to build the Cadillac Lyriq electric SUV at its factory in Spring Hill, Tennessee. The company is expected to make major manufacturing announcement on Tuesday. According to Associated Press the Detroit automaker said it plans an online announcement Tuesday morning, however, it did not reveal further. Last week  Gerald […]

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General Motors close to million-mile electric vehicle battery

General Motors Co is “almost there” on developing an electric vehicle battery that will last one million miles, a top executive said on Tuesday. The automaker also is working on next-generation batteries even more advanced than the new Ultium battery that it unveiled in March, according to GM Executive Vice President Doug Parks, who was […]

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General Motors to sell new electric car batteries to Honda in North America

General Motors will supply advanced batteries to Japan’s Honda Motor Co, the companies said Thursday, a move that could significantly reduce the cost of future electric vehicles at both automakers after 2020. GM said the new batteries, which it has branded EME 1.0 and first described last fall, will be smaller than current EV batteries, […]

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General Motors to build a formula for profitable electric cars

General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra has made a bold promise to investors that the Detroit automaker will make money selling electric cars by 2021. What Barra has not explained in detail is how General Motors (GM)  intends to do what, so far, no major automaker has done. The answer is a big bet […]

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