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New rapid-charge battery could transform EV landscape

Swiss technology firm Morand announced earlier this month they had developed a new battery technology that could charge in just over two minutes. Morand listed multiple advantages of its tech in comparison with other commercially available EV products. In testing conducted by environmental and engineering services company Geo Technology, the "eTech" battery was found to reach 98% of its full charge in 120 seconds. Meanwhile, current commercially available products, such as the new Lucid battery, can take anywhere from 20-45 minutes with industrial-class DC chargers. Substantially reducing the charge time would improve both EV efficiency and consumer adoption. However, applications...

Robotaxi startups Waymo and Cruise press on while other AV companies fold

Autonomous vehicle startups Cruise and Waymo are pressing ahead with plans to expand their use of driverless robotaxis to more cities, despite increasing discontent...

Tesla shareholders surprised with unexpected stock upgrade

After a tumultuous year for Tesla shareholders, the automaker surprised analysts last Wednesday after Citigroup upgraded the company's share value to $174 from $141.33. Citigroup...

How-to Guide: Driving exceptional dealership customer experiences

As an automotive dealership, you know that customer service is essential. But you might not know just how important it is to deliver exceptional...
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