Tesla's success leading GM and others to reconsider long-range EVs to meet California's ZEV requirements

Recently, General Motors (GM) announced development of an affordable electric vehicle that will have comparable full electric range to Tesla's Model S (about 200 miles), but with less than 50% the cost of the Model S. According to GM, the new EV will be around $30,000, but there was no timetable ...

This research is archived and therefore no longer available. For further assistance please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

Related Research

The Economics of Robotaxis

State of the Market Report | August 31, 2021

Developers of autonomous vehicles, specifically those focused on level 4 self‑driving vehicles, often focus on mobility services as the first application. Not only is there a demonstrated market for taxis and ride‑hailing, but it's a market where the high costs of labor create high prices ‑ making ... Not part of subscription

Jaguar Land Rover sets targets for transition to all-electric by 2030

News Commentary | February 17, 2021

The British luxury brands are now focused on a transition to all‑electric brands, with Jaguar leading by 2025 and Land Rover following by 2030. While this is a very aggressive timeline, the automaker is on track to pay more than $100 million in emissions‑related fines in Europe, as its fleet is one ... Not part of subscription

Locomation announces 8-year autonomous trucking customer agreement with Christenson Transportation

News Commentary | March 23, 2022

Locomation will equip 500 Christenson trucks with its technology, which electronically couples two trucks into a convoy, allowing the driver in the following truck to rest. Therefore, trucks can drive for 20 to 22 hours at a time while complying with driver break rules. The companies estimate that ... Not part of subscription