Aptera the latest pure-play EV maker to shut its doors

Pure-play electric vehicle maker Aptera recently announced it would shut down, due in part to its failure to secure an $150 million Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing loan (ATVM). The announcement was not without controversy, as Aptera CEO Paul Wilbur claimed that the U.S. Department of Energ...

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