Tesla Model 3, Hyundai, General Motors, Mercedes, Edison Destiny.
How to get a Model 3: Tesla released information on the reservation procedure for its Model 3. A deposit of 1,000 dollars or euros and pounds respectively earns a place on the waiting list and can be done in store or online. Tesla owners will get priority while orders will be fulfilled by region, starting in the U.S. followed by Europe, the Asia-Pacific region and markets with right-hand drive.
electrek.co, insideevs.com, teslamotors.com
ix35 Fuel Cell successor: Hyundai readies a new FCV for market entry already by next year, Autocar learns. The ix35 FCV successor would target consumers and with a production run of 10,000 – 15,000 units over a four year period, “as many as possible” shall make it to the UK, Hyundai says.
GM gears for growth in China: General Motors announces its 5-year strategy for Asia, where it plans to issue ten hybrid and electric cars before the decade’s end. Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac and Baojun are the brands GM wants to push electrically with models like the Caddy CT6 PHEV.
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Electromobility powered by Siemens – Siemens is presenting its drivetrain solutions for hybrid and electric cars on the “Vehicle Show Electromobility” in Bad Neustadt a.d.S on 16th and 17th. Find Siemens at the fairground of the demo city for electromobility and take a glance on the latest innovations.
Daimler pick-up plug-in? Mercedes is eyeing the pick-up truck market as it prepares to show a 4×4 concept in Paris this October. Auto Express reports, the new model could come under the name of X-class and might even be a hybrid.
Mysterious EV brand? Edison Destiny claims to be “building yesterday’s future tomorrow” but has produced nothing more than a teaser website so far. Yet, its name does ring bells and strongly suggest that here another EV maker named after an inventor might get ready to roll.
edisondestiny.com via digitaltrends.com