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Sunday 27 September 2020

Polestar's Precept prototype preps for production

The Polestar Precept, a car the Swedish brand says envisions its future, is headed for production. It first appeared in digital form in February, showcasing the company’s three pillars of design, digital technology, and – you guessed it – sustainability.

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Friday 25 September 2020

Lynk & Co Will Reveal ZERO Concept Electric SUV At Beijing Auto Show

Lynk & Co is part of the Zhejiang Geely Holding Group that owns Volvo Cars, the London Taxi Company, and of course the Geely Auto Group. It also holds a 9.6% stake in Daimler, parent company of Mercedes Benz. 

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Thursday 24 September 2020

First Look: 2021 Volkswagen ID.4

We learned a little more today about Volkswagen’s all-electric compact SUV, but there are still two fairly significant unknowns.

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Wednesday 23 September 2020

5 things I learned driving the 2021 Polestar 2

Polestar’s new 2 has a huge task at hand. It must take on the might of the fastest-selling electric car ever — Tesla’s Model 3 — a task the equivalent of, not so long ago, trying to snatch some of the glory that was BMW’s 3 Series at its peak.

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Wednesday 23 September 2020

Musk: New battery tech could make US$25,000 EV possible in three years

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said late September that cheaper batteries made in-house by the automaker should let them bring a US$25,000 EV to market by 2023.

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