GM Says You Need To Wait For EVs – TEN – Transport Evolved News – Episode 458

From Transport Evolved.

*Editorial* – Due to Kate producing this week’s show (not Nikki) we had to film this a little earlier than usual. This means some major news stories (such as Ford also pushing back EV plans) hasn’t been included. We’ll be covering that next week.

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01:10 – GM delays plans for new EV production in order to secure profitability
02:04 – Honda abandons plans for affordable EVs built with GM partnership
02:40 – China applies export controls to graphite. South Korea looking to Mozambique and Tanzania for graphite in light of China’s move to control exports.
03:30 – Tesla hit by more Subpoenas as DoJ investigation deepens
04:23 – Recurrent data shows used EV prices are falling
05:08 – Ford strikes a preliminary deal with striking UAW workers over pay and conditions
05:52 – Stellantis revamps its commercial EV lineup – Good time maybe to say I was wrong last week instead of separate correction?
06:43 – Lucid Gravity will debut in November, we’re told
07:24- Chevrolet promises next-generation Bolt EV will get LFP battery
08:06 – Grounded building 250 mile capable RVs using Brightdrop delivery vehicles
09:52- Samsung SDI will supply Hyundai Motor Group with EV batteries for seven years from 2026
10:04 – Factorial Energy has begun operations at its new solid state battery plant in Massachusetts
10:29 – GM offers money to Bolt owners who didn’t get battery replacement
10:52 – Enphase launches its IQ EV charging solution that ties in with PV & Storage
11:09- Average tailpipe emissions worse than they were 10 years ago thanks to SUVs
11:26 – Brazilian magazine Mobiauto claims that GM is intending to compete in Brazil using a vehicle from it’s partnership with Chinese automaker Baojun
11:45 – LiveWire S2 Del Mar reservations open in Europe
12:05 – Hyundai announces new EV factory in Saudi Arabia with help from PIF
12:21 – Philippines EV summit targeting 6.6 million EVs by 2030
12:39 – New Dehli’s cabinet extending existing EV policies through to December
12:57 – Pebble showcases its Pebble Flow ahead of its LA Auto Show debut next month
13:19 – Lilium announces new sales partnership in the U.S.
13:40 – Wisk takes to the skies above L.A.
13:58 – Beta Aviation builds out infrastructure
14:16 – BMW i3 successor will be more mainstream
14:36 – Mazda says it will launch one new electric model in 2025
14:36 – Harald A. Møller AS – confirms end of sale for fossil fuel vehicles
14:13 – Li-Cycle pauses its construction on recycling plant
15:32 – Stellantis announces new battery recycling partnership
15:51 – Fisker cuts price of top tier Ocean Extreme trim
16:11- Auto loan default rates hit the highest level since the 90s
16:29 – Mercedes announced pricing for Mercedes Maybach EQS 680 SUV (starts at $179,900)
16:49 – JLR opens a new testing lab in the UK for EVs
17:05 – Solo Meccanica and Tevva not getting married
17:25 – Ontario announces new funding for community charging program
17:44 – Tesla is implementing demand pricing for charging, calls it “Congestion charging”
18:01 – California revokes Cruise Ai’s license.
18:21 – SA pushes new off-grid EV infrastructure to help accelerate adoption.
18:38 – Pricing, specs for Blazer EV published for the U.S.
19:05 – Mustang Mach E now attracts up to $13000 in cash-on-hood deals
19:25 – Peak Oil predicted to hit in the next seven years
21:21 – Japan’s top-selling EV is a $13,000 Kei Car.
22:05 – Rivian team wins Rebelle rally