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  • Newswire

    UPDATE 2-Volkswagen accelerates push into electric cars with $40 bln spending plan  

    * Investments also cover mobility services, digitalisation * Total investments by 2022 of 72 bln eur * Spending plan covers 2018-2022 period * Thrift, rising auto sales help trim investment quota -VW (Adds comments from works council chief and analyst, details on investment, background) By Andreas Cremer and Jan Schwartz...More
  • Newswire

    Daimler to Spend $755 Million on Chinese EV, Battery Production  

    The first vehicle to be produced by Daimler and its joint-venture partner BAIC will be the EQC, a battery-powered CUV with a targeted launch date of 2019....More
  • Newswire

    Tesla to Take Wraps Off Prototype Electric Heavy Truck  

    The truck, called the Tesla Semi, reportedly will have an operating range of 200 to 300 miles and may have autonomous capabilities....More
  • Newswire

    REFILE-AUTOSHOW-Volkswagen Group earmarking $11.8 bln to develop, build China electric cars  

    (Refiles to clarify reporting credit) GUANGZHOU/BEIJING, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Volkswagen Group plans to spend 10 billion euros ($11.8 billion) by 2025 to develop and manufacture so-called new-energy vehicles (NEVs), the group's China chief Jochem Heizmann told Reuters on Thursday. China has set stringent production quotas for NEVs which automakers must meet by 2019, a move that is prompting a flurry of electric car deals and new launches of battery electric and plug-in hybrid models as automakers in China race to ensure they do not fall short....More
  • Newswire

    China Battery Maker CATL Plans IPO to Fund Expansion  

    CATL, or Contemporary Amperex Technology Co., which plans a $2 billion IPO designed to raise ¥13.1 billion to build two new battery plants, has grown rapidly thanks to the Chinese government's promotion of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles....More
  • Newswire

    GM China Chief Says EV Sales Will Meet Quotas By 2019  

    Matt Tsien says GM's joint ventures hope to sell so-called New Energy Vehicles in sufficient numbers by 2019 that the JVs will not need to buy credits from other automakers....More


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