Jaguar plans to move into the premium electric car market. It’s time to put your money down if you want to be among the first to play Fisker Ocean. Could LFP chemical promotion increase its popularity? And if you want to take full advantage of the EV tax credit on Toyota and Lexus plug-in models, plan now. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
Toyota has confirmed that to be true. Plug-in hybrids and its EVs in recent months suffice to activate its phase-out for the federal EV tax credit. That means plug-in Toyota and Lexus models will be able to claim the full amount of the credit — up to $7,500 — through October 1, while the credit disappears entirely. on October 1, 2023.
With the start of production of the Fisker Ocean EV only about four months away, Fisker asked for an additional $5,000 from pre-bookers wanting to lock in one of the 5,000 slots for the Fisker Ocean EV. $68,999 Ocean One Launch Edition. Contrary to reports elsewhere, Fisker clarified Green car report that this is the actual prepayment for the vehicle. Those who are holding on to the $37,499 Ocean Sport or other versions don’t need to raise first.
Jaguar is planning to completely revamp its product line with trio of electric luxury crossovers will begin arriving in 2025, according to a report citing industry intelligence. It’s part of a change to be more exclusive and luxurious.
China’s GAC revealed a LFP battery “super iron”, with a claim of 20% increase in energy density by volume compared with conventional LFP cells. Can it help the chemical industry break into new markets like the US, or new product categories?