Nio plans to deliver the first ES8s in Norway in September 2021, and the Chinese automaker has now announced that Norway will also be the first overseas market to offer the company's full charging infrastructure - including battery swap stations.
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With the ACM City One, ACM Adaptive City Mobility GmbH is now providing a preview of the production version of the modular electric vehicle and the associated ecosystem, which was created with the support of the German government. In addition, ACM has recently started cooperating with Porsche subsidiary MHP and ex-automotive manager Karl-Thomas Neumann.
Italian startup XEV has unveiled the production version of its 3D-printed e-small car Yoyo at the IAA Mobility. Sales are now starting on its home market in Italy. Prices are significantly higher than originally announced, at a minimum of €13,900 before subsidies.
Swobbee is adding more battery types to its exchange stations, specifically e-bike batteries from Akku Vision and AES Akku Energie Systeme. At the sharing points, it is already possible to exchange batteries from GreenPack, Okai, Torrot and Kumpan, which are used in e-bikes, e-scooters and e-scooters.
Chinese electric car maker Nio and petroleum company Shell have formed a strategic partnership to collaborate on charging and battery swap facilities in China and Europe.
Chinese electric car maker Kandi has signed a framework agreement with Hunan Hengrun Automobile to jointly produce all-electric vehicles with associated battery swap technology, which will go on sale under the Henghe brand name.
Chinese carmaker Geely has formed a joint venture with Lifan Technology, a vehicle manufacturer it controls, to build a battery swap ecosystem for electric cars, with the first compatible car set to launch in February.
Technology and services group Technotrans is supporting Chinese electric car manufacturer Nio with its battery swap stations for Europe. The Münsterland-based company has installed a prototype cooling solution in a Nio station in Oslo.
Berlin-based green tech startup Swobbee is expanding to Poland: in collaboration with Tier Mobility, Swobbee has set up its first battery swap stations in Warsaw. The swap batteries will primarily be used to power Tier's vehicles.
The Chinese electric carmaker has confirmed its earlier timelines of delivering the first vehicles with the 150 kWh solid-state battery later this year, as well as flexible upgrades for existing Nio customers via the company's battery swap stations.
Chinese electric car manufacturer Nio has opened its second battery swap station outside of China. Like the first, this one is located in Norway - specifically in Vestby. But the first stations are also to be built in Bergen.