Nikola hydrogen production, Cybertruck production, Jaguar, Vinfast and CATL range increase: Today’s Car News
Formula E racing technology is incorporated into the upcoming Jaguar Land Rover EVs. Vinfast partners with CATL to potentially produce more affordable, small electric vehicles. According to a report, the Tesla Cybertruck production ramp looks like the end of 2023. And Nikola will use natural gas to fuel the trucks with hydrogen. This and more, here Green Car Report.
Nikola has revealed how they plan to build at least some of their hydrogen networks to power fuel cell trucks — with natural gas. The partnership with KeyState will produce hydrogen at the natural gas site, and with carbon capture technically, it could qualify for the top “clean hydrogen” incentive offered by the Reduction Act. inflation and its Clean Hydrogen Production Tax Credit.
Vietnam’s Vinfast has partnered with Chinese battery giant CATL, and with CATL’s collaboration on skateboarding and packaged mobility technology, that means more EVs for emerging markets like India.
US-based Wolfspeed silicon carbide semiconductor technology will be used to help increased driving range in future Jaguar Land Rover EVs, the companies revealed on Monday. This technology has been demonstrated in the Jaguar Formula E race.
And according to a new report, citing insiders, Production Tesla Cybertruck probably won’t go up until the end of 2023. That means it may not be until 2024 until Tesla can make significant progress in meeting the hundreds of thousands of people who can afford to put down their money. stainless steel electric truck from years ago.