Gasoline prices are leading to an increase in demand for high mpg vehicles. Demand for the Mustang Mach-E grew so strongly that Ford had to suspend orders. Aston and Britishvolt aim to develop performance batteries. And let Lucid be clear about EV battery technology. This and more, here at Green Car Report.
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Demand for the Ford Mustang Mach-E is so strong that Ford may not take your order. It stopped taking them for two mid-tier versions of Mach-Eas it is waiting for the 2023 model year.
It’s not just EVs; Gasoline prices soar driving demand for high mpg cars of all brands, amid very short supply, according to a recent market survey from our partner website Direct car.
Other big Ford news this morning includes the automaker’s announcement of a Second VW-based EV for Europeplus an electric version of the sporty Puma crossover and a total of nine EVs (including commercial vehicles) will come into force in 2024. The European expansion between the two automakers will provide delivering a total of 1.2 million VW-based EVs – double the previous deal.
Aston Martin and Britishvolt have signed a development cooperation agreement battery technology for performance EVs around the middle of the decade. It will be used in Aston’s first production EV.