Industry Analyst -- Electrification
Christie covers vehicle electrification, including charging infrastructure, batteries and related technology.
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BMW may be moving toward LFPs, or Tesla nickel-based cells, while F-150 owners get a little bit of help from EA and Tesla gives a sneak peek at Supercharger memberships for non-Tesla owners.
Models built outside of North America, and with batteries containing a high percentage of materials and components sourced overseas, won’t qualify for the $7,500 tax credit.
Rivian, as well as the Detroit Three and Toyota, ask for changes to a new EV tax credit.
U.S. buyers of BEVs, including those made by GM and Tesla, will be able to get significant money off the price of their new or used vehicle, while GM aims to answer your burning BEV questions and Tesla seeks funding to open its Superchargers.
An affordable model is due from one of the most aggressive BEV automakers, while Tesla hits a new production milestone and more and different charging infrastructure is planned.
More easily knowing how much life is left in their vehicle’s battery pack will be possible in the future for owners of GM’s Ultium BEVs.