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Lordstown electric pickup to use in-wheel motors. A good idea?
Lordstown Motors, the startup headed by Workhorse CEO Steve Burns, is building an electric pickup called the Endurance at a former GM factory in Lordstown, Ohio. The Endurance is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2020 at a base price of $52,500.
Hydro-Québec commercializing electrolyte patents for solid-state batteries
The University of Texas at Austin has agreed to transfer patents relating to a new type of electrolyte to be used in solid-state lithium batteries to Hydro-Québec, Canada’s largest electricity producer.
Audi pauses electric E-Tron assembly to correct production issues
Audi halted briefly output of its E-Tron SUV to resolve production issues including battery-supply bottlenecks as it prepares to flank the model with a sportier variant, underscoring the struggles traditional automakers face to boost electric cars and challenge Tesla.
Electric pickup from former GM plant will have in-wheel hub motors
Lordstown Motors is planning to use a former GM facility near Cleveland, Ohio, to effectively beat GM to the punch—in offering an all-electric, made-in-America pickup.
Tesla is looking to use cheaper cobalt-free Chinese lithium iron phosphate batteries
A new report states that Tesla is looking to use cheaper Chinese lithium iron phosphate batteries in its vehicle lineup, which would be a big departure from Tesla’s normal battery strategy.