Ree Automotive announces robotic assembly lines for Coventry plant
The Israeli company Ree Automotive plans to implement cloud-based robot assembly lines at its integration centre in Coventry, UK. The initial focus will be on the P7 modular platform for commercial vehicles such as trucks and buses, with the first assembly line expected to go live in the second half of 2022.
Ree begins testing new commercial EV platform P7
Ree Automotive has begun testing its new P7 modular platform for electric delivery vehicles and walk-in vans in the United States. The Israeli company says it developed P7 based on specifications from one of the world’s largest delivery companies, without disclosing the name.
REE Automotive announces body partnership with EAVX
Israeli start-up REE Automotive has partnered with a major US commercial-vehicle bodywork supplier as it targets the e-mobility market with a new platform. EAVX, owned by JB Poindexter, will collaborate with REE Automotive to develop commercial electric work trucks.
Ree Automotive & Hino Motors to develop utility BEV
The Israeli start-up Ree Automotive has entered into a development cooperation with Toyota’s commercial vehicle subsidiary Hino Motors. The aim is to develop a new solution for mobility services for the transport of passengers and goods based on Ree’s space-saving electric vehicle platform.
Magna & Ree to develop light EVs
The Israeli start-up Ree Automotive wants to develop and build light commercial vehicles (LCVs) together with the supplier and contract manufacturer Magna – based on Ree’s technology. A corresponding strategic cooperation agreement has now been signed.
Ree Automotive to hit the stock market
The Israeli eMobility start-up Ree Automotive moves to the US stock exchange Nasdaq through a merger with the investment company, 10X Capital Venture Acquisition Corporation. The SPAC deal is expected to bring Ree about half a billion dollars.