Category Archives: EV

Foxconn’s EV Model B Debuted with Elegant and Urban Designs

published: 2022-10-14 9:30 | editor | category: News
Foxconn will be hosting HHTD22 on October 18th. After releasing the video for the EV pickup Model V, the company has released today the teaser for its brand new EV Model B that has a shining red body, which also indicates that both Model V and Model B will be the two spotlights for this year’s HHTD. ...  more

Construction Begins for SAIC and Tsingshan Group’s Joint Power Battery Project in Guangxi

published: 2022-10-13 9:30 | editor | category: News
On October 10, a joint venture of SAIC and Tsingshan Group held a ceremony to celebrate the commencement of the construction of a base for the manufacturing of NEV power battery systems. Located in the New Energy Industrial Park of the Liudong New Area, the base entails an investment of RMB 10 billion and is set to have a production capacity of 20GWh per year. Liudong New Area is part of Liuzhou, a prefecture-level city in China’s Guangxi Province. ...  more

Toyota Not Planned for 100% Electrification under Persistingly Pessimistic Outlook Towards EVs

published: 2022-10-13 9:30 | editor | category: News
Despite constant acceleration in the global trend of EV growth, automotive leader Toyota is still pessimistic towards EVs, as the company is not convinced that the government’s prohibition in fossil-fuel vehicle sales would come to fruition on the one hand, and disagrees with the 100% electrification strategy of other auto manufacturers on the other hand. ...  more

EVs Will Not Increase Pressure on Grid, Becomes Mobile Generators When During Power Shortage

published: 2022-10-06 9:30 | editor | category: News
When gasoline vehicles are fully replaced by electric vehicles, it will put more pressure on the power grid, but now California is experimenting with V2G (Vehicle-to-grid) technology that can transmit electricity in both directions. In the presence of car batteries, this direct current can also be converted back to alternating current in the event of a power shortage and be directed back to the grid or for domestic use. ...  more