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    Volvo Sees EVs in 10% of Sales Mix by 2020  

    Electrified cars currently account for no more than 2% of the Swedish automaker's sales, but it expects that share to grow fivefold after it introduces an all-electric car in 2019....More
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    PSA, China's Dongfeng to Develop EV  

    The French automaker, which already is cooperating with Mitsubishi on current-generation electric vehicles, says it anticipates putting an EV co-developed with Dongfeng on the market around 2020....More
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    Porsche, Audi EVs Target Tesla  

    The top-shelf Volkswagen subsidiaries each unveiled a prototype EV at the Frankfurt auto show....More
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    Bosch Acquires EV Battery Developer Seeo  

    Seeo, a California-based company purchsed by the German auto-parts manufacturer, says it has developed next-generation lithium-ion batteries that could double electric vehicles' range....More
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    GM China JV Announces 'Green Car' Plant  

    The plant under construction by SAIC-GM-Wuling, the U.S. automaker's JV with two Chinese companies, will have annual capacity to build 200,000 "new energy" electric and hybrid cars....More
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    Tesla Hikes Share Offering to $642.5 Million  

    The electric-vehicle maker says it will offer 2.7 million shares valued at $642.5 million, nearly 30% higher than the $500 million sale announced Thursday....More
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    UPDATE 3-Musk to invest $20 mln in Tesla's $500 mln share sale  

    (Adds Breakingviews link) By Sagarika Jaisinghani and Arunima Banerjee Aug 13 (Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc CEO Elon Musk will invest $20 million as part of the company's $500 million stock offering in a show of confidence at a time when the electric car maker is burning through cash. Tesla said on Thursday it would use the proceeds from the sale to help fund its upcoming Model 3 project and its battery gigafactory in Nevada. (http://bit.ly/1TuIQJa)...More
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    Audi, Samsung, LG Team to Develop EV Batteries  

    The companies say they will develop batteries for electrically powered SUVs with a range of more than 500 km (300 miles) per charge....More
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