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Monday 1 October 2018

Bill Ford Hints At Future Pure Electric Ford F-150

Hmm … will it truly come to be? Perhaps, but it won’t be this Rivian electric truck disguised as an F-150.

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Friday 28 September 2018

U.S. securities regulator sues Elon Musk, alleging fraud

SEC cites 'false and misleading' tweets about potentially taking Tesla private.

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Thursday 27 September 2018

Ford unveils F-Vision electric and autonomous truck concept

Ford’s Turkish truck subsidiary has unveiled a new electric and autonomous truck concept, F-Vision, at the IAA Commercial Vehicles 2018 show in Hannover, Germany today.

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Wednesday 26 September 2018

California Considers Additional $2,000 Electric Car Incentive: Total $4,500

California weighs higher subsidies for EVs.

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Tuesday 25 September 2018

China’s largest electric scooter maker Niu files for $150 million IPO in the US

While electric scooters (Vespa-style, not Razor-style) are not very widespread yet in the US, they are quickly becoming the most common form of transportation in Chinese cities. This is largely due to environmentally sustainable government policies which make gas-powered motorcycles and scooters either illegal or impractically expensive in Chinese cities.

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