Ferrari’s first all-electric model is expected to feature an individual motor for each wheel.
Xiaomi’s electric vehicle business will be led by the firm's CEO, Lei Jun.
Volkswagen issued a press release insisting it was indeed changing its name in the USA to Voltswagen.
The MG Marvel R will feature a tri-motor setup and have an output of 288 hp and 665 Nm of torque.
The range-topping M Performance version of the BMW i4 will do 0-100 kph in a mere four seconds.
Mini will be the first BMW Group brand to go all-electric; targets 50 percent of global sales from BEVs by 2027.
Up to 80 percent of all Volkswagen Group electric vehicles will adopt a single-cell battery by 2030.
The Delhi High Court has directed a stay against the delisting of the Tata Nexon EV from the list of EVs eligible for benefits in New Delhi.
Volvo has stated it foresees electrified vehicles making up 80 percent of its India sales by 2025.
Unsurprisingly, Ola’s electric scooter appears to be a mildly tweaked version of the Etergo AppScooter.
By 2025, Audi plans to have a total of 30 electrified models in its global portfolio.
Joining Porsche’s EV lineup is the Taycan Cross Turismo, which will be available in a total of four variants – 4, 4S, Turbo and Turbo S.
The International Energy Agency reported that global CO2 emissions have returned to pre-pandemic levels, and then some.
The C40 Recharge is the first Volvo to be designed as a pure-electric vehicle from the ground up; will only be sold online in international markets.
Four of the world’s biggest two- and three-wheeler manufacturers have joined hands to design a universal swappable battery system for future EVs.
Jaguar India will offer an 8-year/1,60,000km warranty on the I-Pace’s battery and a complimentary 5-year service package.
Aston Martin is working on a plug-in hybrid version of the DBX SUV, and will also launch the Valkyrie hypercar with a hybrid powertrain.
E-commerce giant has incorporated nearly 100 units of the Mahindra Treo Zor EV into its delivery fleet; aims for 10,000 electric delivery vehicles by 2025.
Ford will spend $1 billion to revamp its factory in Cologne, Germany and make it a base for production of battery powered cars using Volkswagen’s mechanical framework.
There’s more to their India entry than just cars. There are the questions of charging, sales, and most importantly, cost.