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New energy vehicle Weekly

This week, the auto industry ushered in a wave of energy vehicle launches, with major car companies launching their latest models. Here are some highlights from this week’s new car launches:

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Toyota plans to sell hydrogen-powered trucks and passenger vehicles in the European and Chinese markets and aims to sell 200,000 hydrogen-powered vehicles by 2030. The company has established a separate hydrogen business division, with a focus on hydrogen production and high-demand markets in China and Europe to reduce costs.

Geely’s luxury electric vehicle manufacturer, Lotus, is considering building a factory in the United States to expand production. They already established a factory in Wuhan, China, last year, where they started producing their first core electric vehicle model, Eletre.

Tesla’s mega factory in Mexico is about to receive final approval and commence construction. There are rumors that Tesla will produce a new vehicle model called the “Model 2” at the new factory, which is expected to be the world’s best electric car and have economic advantages.

Xpeng Motors has announced a strategic partnership with Israeli local car dealer Freesbe to expand its sales and service network in the Israeli market. This marks an important step in Xpeng Motors’ internationalization process and will kickstart their operations in Israel.

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Audi RS e-tron GT Ice Race Concept made its debut.

This exclusive model, customized by Audi Exclusive, is based on the existing RS e-tron GT with unique exterior paint and decals, expressing support for winter sports.

Kia to make EV9 electric vehicle in the US by 2024.

Investing $200 million, Kia will assemble the EV9 at its Georgia-based West Point facility, marking the automaker’s first EV assembly in North America. This move will also create approximately 200 new jobs at the factory, where four additional models will also be produced.

Wuling MINI EV launched in Vietnam and Thailand.

Wuling MINI EV launched in Vietnam and Thailand, Wuling Motors aims to expand its global presence, using Indonesia as a base to enter the Southeast Asian auto market.


Production version of Tesla Cybertruck pull offline.

Tesla’s long-awaited Cybertruck has finally entered mass production after several revisions and delays since its release in 2019. Despite the challenges, reservations have surpassed 1.6 million by the end of 2022.

Caterham reveals its latest electric offering, the Project V pure electric sports car.

This British automaker, renowned for its open-cockpit Seven series, ventures into electrification with the Project V. Boasting a rear-wheel-drive system and a rear motor with a peak power of 272 horsepower, the car is equipped with a 55 kWh lithium battery, granting a range of approximately 400 km. Emphasizing lightweight construction at only 1190 kg, the Project V accelerates from 0 to 96 km/h in around 4.5 seconds, reaching a top speed of 230 km/h.

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Australian electric car fast-charging company Tritium wins US government funding

Australian electric vehicle fast charging company Tritium DCFC has announced that it has obtained the US government’s electric vehicle
The first batch of funding for vehicle infrastructure construction, and successfully won an order for electric vehicle fast charging piles from the state of Hawaii.