California’s Lucid is raising selling prices, and ramping up generation. The applications from automakers are not completely offering on charging functionality. And Volta, with its futuristic-searching vehicles, is coming to the U.S. This and far more, below at Green Automobile Reports.
Lucid, the EV maker dependent in California and producing its cars in Arizona, declared a cost hike of up to $15,000 on its cars. As opposed to Rivian and that company’s latest blunder, Lucid prolonged the authentic pricing to all of its present-day (extra than 30,000) reservation-holders moreover anybody reserving before June 1.
Volta Vehicles, the Sweden-primarily based corporation with some incredibly futuristic business-truck styles, declared programs Thursday to enter the U.S. marketplace with a production husband or wife. That will guide to U.S. creation in 2024 or 2025, and in the meantime it is deploying a pilot fleet of 100 vans based mostly in California.
And in accordance to a research from J.D. Electric power, EV proprietors are significantly employing automaker smartphone apps to manage the charging of their vehicles—yet they’re not entirely satisfied with how all those applications perform. And surprisingly, some tech-savvy companies which includes Rivian and Lucid have been missing what are observed as some essential features.