Mar 14, 2017 - 10:43 am

Ian Robertson, Nick Sampson, Scott Pruitt.

ian-robertson“Looking at it rationally, the battery is probably the way to go. But we don’t quite know the answers yet.”

BMW’s global sales and marketing boss, Ian Robertson, would not choose battery-electric vehicles over fuel cells quite yet but made clear that BMW is looking into both technologies. He also defied the notion that lithium had reached its peak.

Nick-Sampson“Imitation is the highest form of flattery, but poor clones get it wrong because we are promoting individuality.”

Nick Sampson, Faraday Future Senior VP R&D and Engineering, took off at least one glove as he commented on Nio’s new Eve concept, which he sees as a “poor” copy. The pictures he posted to underline his point do speak for themselves though., (images)

Scott-Pruitt“Within 10 days they accelerated their decision to say those standards should be adopted and continued, and increased. So that’s something we are going to address very, very soon.”

Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt said that he will rein in the agency’s fuel economy regulations for cars and light trucks in the very near future.


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