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Electric car sales in the US will overtake those of combustion vehicles by 2036, according to an EY report

In 25 years, by 2045, sales of non-electric cars will barely account for 1% of the global market. Lucid Electric car slaes will equal those of combustion cars in the US in 2036, says a Bloomberg report. Millennials and government incentives will be key to the growth of non-polluting mobility. Germany is leading the way in Europe, having sold 398,000 electric cars in 2020. See more stories on Insider's business page. Of the 78 million vehicles sold worldwide in 2020, 3.2 million were el...
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Volvo Buying Itself Out of Chinese Joint Venture

Volvo Cars is plotting to buy out parent company Zhejiang Geely Holding and free itself of its Chinese joint venture. The Swedish (currently Swedish-Chinese) manufacturer has been hinting at the prospect of going public with an IPO, which most analysts believe would be bolstered by creating some distance from Geely. While the Chinese Communist Party has […] The post Volvo Buying Itself Out of Chinese Joint Venture appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Volvo Concept Recharge: Reinventing The Iconic Swedish Station Wagon

Volvo recently unveiled Concept Recharge, the Swedish automaker’s vision of the future. And unlike its previous all-electric offerings, the Volvo Concept Recharge has none of that cookie-cutter design nonsense. Volvo currently has two EVs in its stable: XC40 Recharge and C40 Recharge, both of which we can’t tell apart like monozygotic twins. Thankfully, Concept Recharge is taking a different approach. “Our Concept Recharge represents a manifesto for the all-electric future of Volvo Cars, as w...
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Norway’s electric car subscription service imove closes $22.3M Series A led by AutoScout24

The “subscribe to your car” movement has been taking off in recent years, with the appearance of Fleks in the UK (Europe), Cazoo (after its acquisition of Drover), Care by Volvo Hertz, to name just a few. Into this space has appeared imove out of Norway, with what appears, at least, to be a new twist on the whole thing: a white-label platform offered to industry to enable it to offer these car subscription services under their own brands. imove’s platform allows users to subscribe to electric ve...
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Truckmaker Volvo Profit Just Misses View as Chip Shortage Weighs

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's AB Volvo reported second-quarter core earnings slightly below market expectations on Tuesday as the truckmaker...
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SPACs keep rolling as autonomous vehicle startup Aurora targets blank-check debut with $13B valuation

Aurora Innovation, the autonomous vehicle startup that acquired Uber’s self-driving unit in December, is going public via a merger with special purpose acquisition company Reinvent Technology Partners Y. The deal announced Thursday confirms TechCrunch’s reporting in June that the startup was in final talks with the SPAC launched by LinkedIn co-founder and investor Reid Hoffman, Zynga founder Mark Pincus and managing partner Michael Thompson. The combined company, which is will  be listed on Nasd...
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UAW Factory Workers Ratify Deal, Will End Volvo Truck Strike

Striking blue-collar workers at a Volvo heavy truck plant in southwestern Virginia have narrowly ratified what the company said was its final offer in a long labor dispute.
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Exhibit your startup at TC Sessions: SaaS 2021

Software-as-a-service (SaaS) is hardly new, but this sector — pretty much the default business model for B2B and B2C startups — just keeps growing along with a rapidly expanding ecosystem. TC Sessions: SaaS 2021, a day-long focused look at the current state and future generations of SaaS, takes place on October 27, and it’s designed to help startup founders, investors and developers keep tabs on this increasingly sophisticated industry. It also provides a huge opportunity for startups to demo th...
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The Station: Rimac-Bugatti is born, Tesla releases FSD beta v9 and Ola raises $500M

Hello and welcome to The Station, your central hub for all past, present and future means of moving people and packages from Point A to Point B. I’m back from my road trip and swimming in emails. If you sent me a message on Twitter, email or pigeon post, please give me a few days to dig out of the pile that awaits me. You might recall that I mentioned I was off to do some backpacking and climbing in Grand Teton National Park and then eventually would make it to Yellowstone National Park. Yes, th...
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5 trends in self-driving cars anyone trying to get ahead in the industry needs to know about

Autonomous-truck companies like TuSimple are starting to go public. Courtesy of TuSimple Self-driving cars may not be a reality yet, but the young industry is evolving fast. For those hoping to get a leg up in this space, staying on top of trends is key. From the rise of robo-trucks to a potential SPAC bubble, here's what to know about AVs right now. See more stories on Insider's business page. 1. Self-driving tech will deliver your packages and food before it replaces your Ub...
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Volvo to Resume Production at Virginia Plant Despite Strike

Volvo Trucks North America says it will restart production at a plant in southwestern Virginia despite an ongoing strike and a lack of a labor deal between the company and a union representing nearly 3,000 workers.
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Striking Volvo Workers Nix Tentative Deal at Truck Plant

A tentative labor deal between Volvo and a union representing nearly 3,000 workers who have gone on strike twice this year at a southwest Virginia truck plant has been rejected by the striking workers.
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EU fines BMW, VW $1B for running emissions cartel since the 90s

As environmental issues really came of age in the 1990s, certain German automakers were meeting in secret groups to make sure their cars would continue to industriously contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. According to the European Union, Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, BMW and Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler have been illegally colluding to restrict competition in emission cleaning for new diesel passenger cars, essentially slowing the deployment of cleaner emissions tech. On Thursday, the E...
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Building Brands For A Commitment-Free Economy

Mercedes canceled its subscription service, Mercedes Collection. The two-year old pilot offering fee-based access to 30 different models, insurance, roadside assistance and maintenance had about 100 participants. Mercedes Collection gave people a car-driving option other than a purchase or a lease. Apparently, the expected profit did not materialize. On the other hand, Mercedes learned a lot about drivers and their wants and needs. For example, Mercedes learned what a lot of us know: our cars...
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Latest Lotus, Lamborghini models are last of a gas era

By Peter Valdes-Dapena | CNN Lamborghini on Wednesday unveiled what will be its last V12-powered supercar driven purely on gasoline. While there will be more V12 Lamborghini models in the future, they will be plug-in hybrids, the Italian supercar manufacturer said. Lamborghini, which has built supercars with big 12-cylinder engines for almost 60 years, is one of several supercar makers, including Ferrari and McLaren, that are creating plug-in hybrid sports cars or fully-electric models to meet i...
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Volvo, Daimler, Traton invest $593 million to build electric truck charging network

Volvo Group, Daimler Truck and Volkswagon’s AG heavy-truck business the Traton Group announced on Monday a non-binding agreement to build a network of high-performance public charging stations for electric heavy-duty long-haul trucks and buses around Europe. The news was first reported by Reuters. The three major European automakers will invest €500 million (~$593 million USD) to install and operate 1,700 charging points in strategic locations and close to highways. They intend to finalize the a...
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Sacramento Man, 30, Dies In Los Angeles Motorcycle Crash

LOS ANGELES (CBS13) — A motorcyclist from Sacramento was killed in a crash in west Los Angeles on Thursday, police say. Los Angeles police say, a little after 2 p.m., a motorcycle heading west on Sunset Boulevard lost control at the intersection of Glenroy Avenue. The motorcycle ended up hitting a Volvo, ejecting both the rider and a passenger. Medics quickly responded to the scene and both people who were riding on the motorcycle were rushed to the hospital. Police say the motorcyclist later...
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Union, Volvo Reach Tentative Deal at Virginia Truck Plant

A tentative labor agreement has been reached between Volvo and a union that represents nearly 3,000 workers who have on strike at a truck plant in southwest Virginia.
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Volvo’s sleek concept car teases its new EV design language

To date, Volvo’s electric models have been using conventional automobile architecture designed for internal combustion engines. In other words, EVs look like petrol-powered cars. But now the Swedish car maker is ready to update its own design language and philosophy, and introduce us to next generation electric vehicles. On Wednesday, the company unveiled the Volvo Concept Recharge SUV and, boy, is it elegant and beautiful. Designed to be the “manifesto” for next-gen all-electric vehicles, the c...
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Volvo Cars sets the tone for its next-gen vehicles with ‘Concept Recharge’ EV

Volvo Cars wants to completely electrify its lineup by 2030 and on Wednesday offered a glimpse into how it plans to get there and what its next generation of vehicles might look like. But it’s not going to do it alone. Although the automaker plans on developing its own in-car operating system and other parts of the car, Volvo Cars detailed how it plans to work with partners like Northvolt, Google and Luminar to build out its future vehicles lineup. It also unveiled the first images of “Concept R...
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Volvo unveils EV concept with suicide doors as 'manifesto' for its all-electric future

Swedish automaker Volvo unveiled a new concept EV that previews the future design direction of the company's lineup as it transitions to...
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Volvo's Concept Recharge offers a peek at the company's 'pure' EVs

Volvo has unveiled Concept Recharge, a prototype that hints at the future of the company's 'pure' EV designs..
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Automated vehicle makers like Tesla must now report crashes

By Tom Krisher | The Associated Press The U.S. government’s highway safety agency has ordered automakers to report any crashes involving fully autonomous vehicles or partially automated driver-assist systems. The move Tuesday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration indicates the agency is taking a tougher stance on automated vehicle safety than in the past. It has been reluctant to issue any regulations of the new technology for fear of hampering adoption of the potentially life-sa...
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Prologue, Honda’s first electric SUV, is coming to market in 2024

Honda said Monday it will sell its first electric SUV in North America in early 2024, part of the automaker’s push to shift away from gas-powered vehicles before the middle of the decade. The new car’s name, Prologue, is meant to signify the beginning of what the company called its “new electrified era.” Prologue is one of two forthcoming Honda vehicles that will use General Motors’ Ultium Cells EV platform and battery packs. The other, yet unnamed car, will be under the Acura brand and will als...
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The Netflix generation won't want to own cars - here's how the auto industry can adapt

Younger consumers are drawn to the convenience of subscription services and will want the same model for using cars, Dr Andy Palmer argues. Nick David Ex-Nissan COO Dr Andy Palmer argues subscription models could be the future of car use. In this op-ed, he says Millenials and Gen Z are already used to such models in other areas of life. They could combine the flexibility of rentals with the benefits of ownership, he writes. See more stories on Insider's business page. A quick look at y...
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It's not just Tesla. Experts say the entire industry is struggling to safely introduce automated features to the masses.

Ford BlueCruise advertises "hands-free driving." Experts say that gives drivers the wrong idea. Ford Tesla often catches heat for the fast-and-loose way it markets Autopilot. But virtually all automakers are caught up in a messy transition to automated driving. Better education, marketing, and engineering can make roads safer as tech takes over, experts say. See more stories on Insider's business page. When a fiery Tesla Model S crash killed two people in April - with nobody behind t...
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Volvo’s flagship electric SUV will come with Luminar’s lidar and software as standard

Volvo Cars and Luminar Technologies are beefing up their partnership. The two companies said Thursday that Luminar’s autonomous driving stack – a combination of hardware and software that includes lidar sensors and a proprietary perception system – will be standard on Volvo’s forthcoming flagship electric SUV. Luminar had previously announced the production deal with Volvo last May. But at that time, Luminar’s stack was going to be optional on the flagship vehicle — an upgrade that would add on ...
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Luminar's shares pop after Volvo says it will use start-up's lidar technology as standard equipment on new EV

Volvo and is integrating start-up Luminar Technologies Iris lidar system as standard equipiment on the automaker's upcoming electric...
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Lidar company Quanergy to go public via $1.4B SPAC deal

Quanergy Systems, the Sunnyvale, California-based lidar company, said Tuesday it has agreed to merge with special purpose acquisition fund CITIC Capital Acquisition Corp., a Chinese blank-check firm affiliated with the country’s largest state-owned investment conglomerate. The deal, which puts an implied valuation on Quanergy at $1.4 billion, is expected to close in the second half of 2021. After closing, the transaction will inject the lidar company with around $278 million in pro forma net cas...
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Volvo Car Partners With Northvolt to Make Batteries, Start Gigafactory

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Volvo Car Group, owned by China's Geely Holding, on Monday announced
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