Porsche, a German luxury automobile manufacturer specializing in high-performance sports cars and SUVs, is reportedly developing another electric sports car, dubbed the electric 718.
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The Performance version of the Tesla Model Y compact crossover utility vehicle has become a little bit more expensive to order in China, thanks to the latest pricing tweaks by the American EV manuf
Porsche, one of the largest and most traditional sports car manufacturers in the world, has embarked on the path to gradually electrify the whole of its lineup, and the recently unveiled “Mission R
Guangzhou Automobile Corporation (GAC), a Chinese EV manufacturer and subsidiary of Guangzhou Automobile Industry Group, recently took wraps off a new electric vehicle (EV) that reportedly comes eq
Oshidori International Holdings Limited has confirmed that it pulled out of race for one of three integrated casino resort licenses in Japan.
The global battery market for xEVs (BEVs, PHEVs and HEVs) has expanded at an unprecedented rate this year, breaking previous records and setting up new levels as automakers across the world have sh
American entrepreneur Elon Musk has confirmed that Tesla Motors is mulling plans to open its Supercharger network (a network of 480-volt direct current fast-charging stations) to other automakers a
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The 2022 Audi e-tron GT will be available in the United States starting this summer with a price tag of $99,900 before any state or federal tax incentives, the German luxury car brand announced.
With an aim to become a major global force in electric vehicle (EV) battery sector and better compete with the likes of Japan and China, South Korea has revealed plans to invest 40.6 trillion won (US$35 billion) in its EV battery industry by 2030.
XPeng, a smart electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer headquartered in Guangzhou Province of China, will be added to the Hong Kong-based Hang Seng Composite Index on 20th of July this year.
New South Wales (NSW) has announced an ambitious plan to encourage people to switch from internal combustion engines to electric vehicles (EVs).
American electric car maker Tesla Motors has reportedly been ordered by Chinese regulators to recall a large number of Made-in-China (MIC) as well as imported Model 3 and Model Y EVs to fix a software issue.