Alexander Lutz, Polestar: “Polestar 3 will define SUVS new”

Alexander Lutz, Polestar:

Alexander Lutz, Managing Director of Polestar Germany, has again on the virtual table of electric car news.Net took place to replace via Polestar. Much has done, since he was afraid of a year ago and gave to understand “2021 becomes the year of the Polestar 2” – a statement that one may now be considered confirmed as confirmed.

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E-car and emergency power supply: the new F-150 Lighting can do both

E-car and emergency power supply: the new F-150 Lighting can do both-f-150

With the F-150 Lightning, Ford is not only launching one of the first all-electric large-capacity pickups on the market in the spring, but through a cooperation with Sunrun – America’s leading solar company – the workhorse should also be able to function as an emergency power supply in the future. Ford recently announced this unique cooperation.

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Mazda is said to want to bring three new electric cars by 2025

Mazda is said to want to bring three new electric cars by 2025-want

The Japanese car manufacturer Mazda, which is considered to be a latecomer when it comes to e-mobility, wants to expand its range of electric cars and is scheduled to add three new electric models to its portfolio by 2025. The three new Stromers should all be based on the new, dedicated Skyactiv EV Scalable Architecture, which the manufacturer announced last year.

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New Volvo and Northvolt battery plant creates 3,000 jobs

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New Volvo and Northvolt battery plant creates 3,000 jobs-plant

With a new battery plant in Gothenburg, Sweden, the car manufacturer Volvo and the battery manufacturer Northvolt are accelerating the path to electrification: The new production facility, which will create up to 3000 jobs, is expected to go into operation in 2025 and will complement the planned research and development center that the two Swedish companies announced in December 2021.

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VW Group dominated 2021 in the E-Auto paragraph

VW Group dominated 2021 in the E-Auto paragraph-group

Tesla is not easy in Europe. By 2019, almost every third electric car on Europe’s streets was a Tesla. At the beginning of 2020, the supremacy started to dwindle. At the end of 2021, Tesla had to rode behind the VW Group when it comes to the paragraph of pure E cars. Because the Volkswagen Group was able to join the approval of 297 last year.Draw 155 electric cars.

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Applications for environmental bonus significantly fallen in January 2022

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Applications for environmental bonus significantly fallen in January 2022-applications

Until 31. January 2022 went to the Federal Office for Economics and Export Control (BAFA) 1.084.212 funding applications. Since the end of December 2021 are thus 38.963 applications newly added. These figures as a basis had to record the purchase premium applications for electric cars and plug-in hybrids in January, if one compares them with the previous applications in December.

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British government guarantees millions in loan to Jaguar Land Rover

British government guarantees millions in loan to Jaguar Land Rover-loan

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) had already announced in 2018 that it would not only offer new battery-electric models, but also want to take battery production for the electric models into its own hands in the future. It has now been revealed that JLR has secured a £625 million loan from 12 commercial banks for research, development and export of battery electric vehicles.

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Historic low for new registrations: Opportunity for car dealers

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Historic low for new registrations: Opportunity for car dealers-dealers

With 2.62 million passenger car registrations, the year 2021 closes with a good 300.000 vehicles less than compared to the previous year – a historically low value on the German car market. Compared to 2019, there are even almost a million fewer (-985.126) Approvals.

Looking at the bare numbers, this sounds very serious.

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Mercedes boss on e-mobility: “We are reinventing the car”

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Mercedes boss on e-mobility:

Ola Kallenius, CEO of the car manufacturer Mercedes, spoke in an interview with Die Zeit about the spin-off of the truck division, the change in the automotive industry, the move away from combustion engines and the electrification of car mobility.

“We haven’t experienced a change like the one in the automotive industry for decades.

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