The new liquid-cooled battery pack is modular, coming in 63, 94, 125 and 156kWh configurations.
While emissions targets commitments point to a promising future, it takes time for companies to change processes and invent and implement new technology to achieve “net-zero emissions.”
The $51 million investment in the Firestone Industrial Products’ (FSIP) plant will help meet market demand in the automotive vehicle market with a focus on the electric vehicle sector.
The initial delivery is planned for Q4 of 2021, with the remaining trucks to be delivered over the course of three years.
Heystee is currently serving as a strategic advisor and director of Ouster, Inc., a lidar technology company.
The strategic collaboration will help customers reduce emissions in their supply chains, the companies say.
JAC will expand its annual production capacity in order to meet the demand for NIO vehicles.
Hyundai says its investment will enhance overall product competitiveness by prioritizing future mobility technologies, including electrification and hydrogen energy.
There are currently 17 electrified vehicles in the company’s U.S. lineup, including HEVs, PHEVs and FCEVs.
The first LiveWire branded motorcycle is scheduled to launch on July 8, and to premiere at the International Motorcycle Show on July 9.
Detroit’s says eConsulting services are provided by a team of eMobility experts dedicated to supporting customers navigate electric-truck conversion.
With the addition of electrified-vehicle testing solutions, Horiba has extended its existing platform in emissions to now include electrification.