Hybrid and Electric Cars News published on January 16, 2018

  • The Enverge is a deadly looking electric car from a company you've never heard of
    You probably haven't heard of GAC, the Chinese automaker with big designs on the US market. At the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, GAC is seeking to up its profile in advance of its 2019 US launch with — what else? — an eye-catching, futuristic, mostly irrational electric car concept …
  • Electric Car Future at CES: Unveilings, Surprises and Disappointments
    CES 2018 has come to an end but the hype it has created in the world of electric cars is just starting to spread. It is clear that electric cars are becoming more than just cars. They are hi-tech devices on wheels that are connected to the rest of our world. So, it is no surprise that more and more electric cars …
  • Ford Motors to boost investment in electric and hybrid cars
    Ford Motors to boost investment in electric and hybrid cars … Jim Hackett told investors in October, noting Ford would slash $14 billion in costs over the next five years and shift capital investment away from sedans and internal combustion engines to focus more on trucks and electric and hybrid cars.
  • Ford is Throwing $11 Billion at Its Electric Car Problem
    GM has said it plans to roll out at least 20 new electric cars by 2023, a goal that puts it in a position to bring battery-powered driving to the mainstream. Last week, it unveiled a concept autonomous car without steering wheel or pedals. Meanwhile, the Blue Oval has had a challenging 2017. It remains …
  • Just five councils take up government offer on electric car charge points
    Just five councils across England have taken advantage of a government backed scheme for funding electric car charge points, ministers have revealed. Jesse Norman and Claire Perry, respectively ministers for transport and climate change, have written to local authorities urging them to take …
  • Ford Goes 'All In' On Electric Cars With $11 Billion Investment
    Ford Motor Co. will more than double spending on electrified vehicles, amplifying its investment in a segment that the auto industry sees growing from what's now just a fraction of the market. The carmaker will shell out $11 billion bringing 40 electrified vehicles to market by 2022, Jim Farley, president of …
  • Ford to boost investment in electric cars by $11 billion
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  • VW announces new all-electric car platform to be produced in the US by 2020
    At the Detroit Auto Show this week, the German automaker announced that it is bringing its new all-electric car platform to production in the US by 2020. … of “I.D.” concept vehicles powered by the company's new MEB platform are expected to serve as the basis of a series of new production electric cars.
  • Ford Joins the Electric-Car Race: 16 New All-Electric Fords By 2022
    Ford Joins the Electric-Car Race: 16 New All-Electric Fords By 2022. The Blue Oval joins rivals in announcing an ambitious battery-electric vehicle development program. John Rosevear. (TMFMarlowe). Jan 15, 2018 at 1:05PM. Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) has finally joined the electric-vehicle rush.
  • Ford to boost investment in electric cars by 2022
    madengr 3 minutes ago [-]. Electrifying current models, as the article says, is a bad idea. You loose many advantages of an electric car, such as more interior room. I'm surprised Toyota is so far behind. reply …
  • Ford ramps up investment in electric cars
    As I've always said, electric cars are coming. Ford are the latest manufacturer to announce that they are ramping up investment in the sector , with an eye on…
  • Ford goes 'all in' on electric cars with $11 billion investment
    Ford will spend $11 billion bringing 40 electrified vehicles to market by 2022, Jim Farley, president of global markets, said during a presentation at the Detroit auto show. (Dreamstime / TNS). Keith Naughton, Ryan Beene and Gabrielle CoppolaBloomberg. Ford Motor Co. will more than double spending …
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  • Ford Will Invest $11 Billion In Electric Cars By 2022
    Ford isn't just bullish on self-driving cars, it's also earmarking a significant amount of money for its all-electric car efforts. The car manufacturer has announced that it's significantly increasing its planned investment into electric cars. It's going to invest $11 billion by 2022 and will offer 40 hybrid and fully …
  • German power market could cope with switch to electric cars: research
    FRANKFURT (Reuters) – An anticipated shift to 40 percent electric cars on German roads by 2035 could be absorbed by the power system and generate additional income for utility companies, an independent study by Aurora Energy Research said on Monday. It calculated this will result in 31 terawatt …
  • Fisker EMotion: what we learned about 300-mile electric car at CES
    Fisker Inc., the second namesake automaker from the Dutch auto designer, rolled out its first model at the Consumer Electronics Show last week and gave us some details on what to expect from the luxury electric car. The supercar-esque sedan, which Fisker hopes will steal customers away from rival …
  • Electric cars, larger models in spotlight at North American International Auto Show
    The North American International Auto Show is one of the biggest events of the year for those in the auto industry. Business executives, car lovers, tech giants, and those looking to be the first to witness the "future" of automotive production flock to Detroit every year. This year- the focus is back on sport …
  • GM promises it can make money on all-electric cars by 2021
    Radically new powertrains are widely assumed to lose money for the companies that launch them. Toyota's hybrid-electric system, launched in Japan in 1997, likely didn't break even until sometime after the 2004 launch of the second-generation Prius. Long-range battery-electric vehicles are the same, …
  • German power market could cope with switch to electric cars -research
    FRANKFURT, Jan 15 (Reuters) – An anticipated shift to 40 percent electric cars on German roads by 2035 could be absorbed by the power system and generate additional income for utility companies, an independent study by Aurora Energy Research said on Monday. It calculated this will result in 31 …


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