Hubject has entered into a cooperation with Ultra-Fast Charging Venture Scandinavia. The 48 fast charging parks of the joint venture between E.On and Clever in Denmark, Norway and Sweden will be connected to Hubject's e-roaming platform intercharge.
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Fiat Chrysler and NewMotion are collaborating to systematically provide FCA's business customers with access to NewMotion's charging ecosystems. The offering will be rolled out in 12 European countries - the first being France, Germany and the UK.
Chinese manufacturer Xpeng has started delivering its electric cars to customers in Norway. 100 units of the Xpeng G3 E-SUV are currently being handed over to their new owners in 28 Norwegian cities. Prices of the electric car start at 358,000 kroner in Norway, the equivalent of around 33,700 euros.
Norgesbuss has ordered 102 electric buses from VDL Bus & Coach for use in Oslo. This is VDL's largest order in Europe to date. Specifically, it has been agreed that 83 Citea SLFA-180 Electric and 19 SLF-120 Electric will be delivered to the Norwegian capital by January of next year.
General Motors has hired actor and comedian Will Ferrell as a testimonial for its Super Bowl commercial, in which the company promotes its electric offensive based on the Ultium platform. Norway as the market leader for electric cars? They don't want to put up with that in the USA! Click here for the wonderfully self-deprecating 90-second commercial. twitter.com
Statkraft makes another acquisition in the charging infrastructure sector: the Norwegian state-owned energy company announces the acquisition of a 51 percent stake in Swedish provider Bee Charging Solutions. The transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2021.
BYD has unveiled the 2021 model year of its Tang EV for the Norwegian market. The e-SUV comes in the new model year as a seven-seater with the "Blade Battery" and a capacity of 86.4 kWh.
In Norway, 8,624 new electric passenger cars were registered in March, with e-cars accounting for 56 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month. In addition, there were 4,379 new plug-in hybrids. Norway's most successful model across all powertrain types in March was the Tesla Model 3, with 2,169 new registrations.
Škoda has started deliveries of its Enyaq iV electric model. The first example went to a family in Norway. After the start of deliveries in the Scandinavian markets, Western and Central Europe are to follow from May and June 2021 - and with it Germany.
Chinese electric car maker Nio has launched construction of a massive industrial park called Neo Park in Hefei, which will be home to an industrial cluster for smart electric vehicles that will not only build Nios but also house hundreds of other companies.
In Norway, 7,229 new electric passenger cars were registered in April, with e-cars accounting for 54.9 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month. In addition, there were 3,316 new plug-in hybrids. Norway's most successful model across all powertrain types in April was the VW ID.4, with 1,824 new registrations.
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.
BYD reports a milestone in the production of electric cars and plug-in hybrids: The Chinese manufacturer has now reached the mark of one million plug-in cars produced. And: The market launch of the Tang model is imminent in Norway in the third quarter.
Hyundai will soon begin deliveries of the Ioniq 5, which was unveiled in February, in Norway. Several hundred examples of the 800-volt electric car have already been shipped there. Specifically, it's the special "Project 45" model.
Volvo has opened the order books for the C40 Recharge in the first European countries. The second electric model in the Swedes' current line-up is available to order now in the Netherlands and Norway and from June 3 in Sweden and the UK, with more markets to follow in the coming weeks.
BYD has released its May 2021 sales figures, with the share of electrified vehicles rising to 71 percent - largely due to strong growth in hybrids. It also shipped its first 100 electric Tang EVs to Norway.
US electric car maker Tesla is apparently planning to open up some of its Supercharging stations in Norway and Sweden to e-vehicles from other manufacturers by September 2022 at the latest. Speculation about opening up the network to third parties has been around for some time.
California-based electric car startup Lucid Motors plans to start delivering its cars in Germany next year, Germany CEO Roberto Russo confirmed to electrive.net. Deliveries are also set to start in other European countries in 2022.
Norway registered 6,731 new electric passenger cars in July, with e-cars accounting for 64.0 percent of new passenger car registrations last month. Norway's most successful model across all powertrain types in July was the Ford Mustang Mach-E, with 898 new registrations.
BYD has handed over the first units of its all-electric SUV model Tang to customers in Norway. BYD plans to deliver 1,500 units of the electric vehicle in Norway by the end of this year.
A few months before the official launch of the Ford E-Transit in spring 2022, European fleet customers have now received some pre-production vehicles for real-world field trials. In Germany, two E-Transits are being tested in Cologne.
Tesla has handed over the first Model Ys to customers in Europe, with social media posts showing that the first handovers have taken place in Germany, the Netherlands and Norway. There are also new rumours about the battery technology of the Model Y built in Grünheide.
Norway registered 11,811 new electric cars in August, with e-cars accounting for 71.9 percent of new car registrations last month. Norway's most successful model across all powertrain types in August was the Tesla Model Y, with 1,308 new registrations.
Nissan is opening the order books for its all-electric Ariya crossover model in Norway on September 9, with all other countries in Europe to follow "in the coming months," with deliveries scheduled to start in the summer of 2022.
Chinese manufacturer Xpeng has now introduced its P7 large electric sedan to the Norwegian market, following deliveries of the G3 e-SUV there since late 2020.
In Norway, 8,116 new electric cars were registered in October, giving pure electric cars a 70.1 percent share of all new registrations for the month. The most successful model across all drive types was the VW ID.4, with 913 registrations.
Japanese carmaker Nissan will significantly expand the charging infrastructure at its dealerships in Europe through two collaborations. Allego will install DC chargers at Nissan dealerships in 16 countries for this purpose, but Nissan sales companies in Germany and the UK are going their own ways.
In Norway, 13,803 new electric cars were registered in December, making up 67.1 percent of all new registrations. In addition, there were 4,706 new plug-in hybrids. Norway's most successful model in December was the Tesla Model Y, with 2,379 registrations.
The Norwegian Post has ordered 29 electric trucks from Volvo Trucks. It is the largest order for Volvo Trucks from Norway to date and one of the largest in Europe. The electric trucks ordered by the Norwegian Post have the same powertrain, but are divided between different configurations of the FL Electric and FE Electric models, with two and [...]
Dongfeng brand Voyah has announced plans to deliver its first e-cars in Europe this year. Specifically, the market launch is planned with the Free e-SUV in Norway, with other countries and models to follow later.
In Norway, 6,160 electric passenger cars were newly registered in February, accounting for 75.6 percent of all passenger car registrations for the month. The most successful model in Norway in February was the Hyundai Ioniq 5 with 454 new registrations.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng has opened reservations for its third production model, the P5, in four European countries. Xpeng's smaller e-sedan is now available for pre-order in Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.
Tesla has opened more Superchargers in Norway to third-party brands, meaning almost the entire route to the North Cape is now open to e-cars from other manufacturers, according to one observer.
ABB has made the first installations in Norway of its Terra 360 charging station with up to 360 kW of power, which was unveiled last year. Together with Eviny, the Terra 360 was commissioned at the Oasen shopping center in Bergen and at the Geilo ski resort in Norway. The pilot installations are to be followed by a wider rollout in Norway and Sweden.
In Norway, 8,445 new electric cars were registered in May, accounting for 73.2 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month. In addition, 1,375 new plug-in hybrids were registered in May. The VW ID.4 topped the model rankings in Norway in May with 915 registrations.
The market entry of Dongfeng's Voyah brand in Europe is becoming concrete: The e-car brand has opened its first showroom outside China in the Norwegian capital Oslo. The first Voyah vehicles are to be delivered in Norway later this year.
Chinese electric car maker Xpeng is suspending its pre-orders for its P5 model that opened in March in European countries Denmark, Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands until further notice - citing global supply chain issues.
In Norway, 11,722 new electric cars were registered in June, accounting for 78.7 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month, in addition to 1,669 new plug-in hybrids. The Tesla Model Y topped the model rankings in June with 2,533 registrations.
In Norway, 5,123 new electric passenger cars were registered in July, accounting for 70.7 percent of all new passenger car registrations for the month. In addition, there were 890 new plug-in hybrids. In terms of models, the Skoda Enyaq led the ranking in Norway in July with 673 registrations.
Plugsurfing has signed another collaboration with a Chinese electric car manufacturer, with Xpeng drivers in Norway receiving Plugsurfing's charging solution and a co-branded charging key that gives them access to 300,000 public charging points across Europe via the Plugsurfing network.
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.