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British Charger Action Suggests Nervousness About Switch To Electric Cars

British Charger Action Suggests Nervousness About Switch To Electric Cars. “This is the reason they (governments) are trying to disable chargers from charging at peak demand times” Amid the rush to embrace electric cars, a most nagging doubt is what if at least 40% of new cars across Europe are battery-powered by 2030 and there’s […]

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Amid Massive, Pricey Electric Cars At IAA, More Affordability Is On The Menu

Amid Massive, Pricey Electric Cars At IAA, More Affordability Is On The Menu. “After the chip crisis, from 2024, an increasing global battery cell bottleneck must be expected” Europe’s automakers are relentlessly producing the wrong kind of electric car, but Volkswagen showed it can move in the right direction by showing its mass-market aimed ID.Life […]

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Mobileye, Sixt Testing Robotaxis In Munich, With Long Term Europe-Wide Plans

Mobileye, Sixt Testing Robotaxis In Munich, With Long Term Europe-Wide Plans. “A recently enacted autonomous vehicle (AV) law permits driverless vehicles on German roads, allowing Mobileye robotaxis to begin early-rider testing on Munich streets in 2022” Technology powerhouse Intel Corp’s Mobileye subsidiary and German car rental giant Sixt SE will start a driverless ride-hailing “robotaxi” […]

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German Election Sunday Shouldn’t Spook Auto Investors Too Much

German Election Sunday Shouldn’t Spook Auto Investors Too Much. “My suspicion is that nothing much will change. This is Germany, after all” Investors in big German auto manufacturers like Volkswagen, BMW, and Mercedes have little to fear from the nation’s general election Sunday, with most pollsters declaring the contest too close to call and the […]

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BMW Startles Investors With Strong Profit Forecast Uplift Despite Chip Crisis

BMW Startles Investors With Strong Profit Forecast Uplift Despite Chip Crisis. “There are tougher times ahead for the industry though, with some uncertainty over transaction prices and demand as the global economic rebound slows” BMW surprised investors with news it raised its profit forecast for 2021 to between 9.5% and 10.5% from its previous expectation […]

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