Tesla could have a steady stream of revenue from regulatory credits for years to come. Vinfast insists it will accelerate bringing its electric vehicles to market by the end of 2022. California has passed one million plug-in vehicles. And this year’s list of the safest vehicles on the market includes a number of electric vehicles. This and more, here at Green car reports.
Tighter fleet emissions and fuel economy standards enacted by the Biden administration could be “a lucrative revenue stream” for Tesla — and perhaps others, according to an IHS Markit analysis. newcomers to the field of electric vehicles.
Californians have bought a total of 1 million plug-in models, including about 663,000 electric vehicles, over more than a decade. It aims for 5 million by 2030: will incentives, policies, infrastructure and real demand get the market there?
Electric vehicles were well represented on the IIHS’ annual insurance-funded Top Safety Pick+ honor roll. The Tesla Model 3 and Model Y, the Volvo XC40 Recharge and C40 Recharge, the Audi E-Tron and E-Tron Sportback and the Volkswagen ID.4 were among the top performers, with the Mustang Mach-E winning the second best Topo Safety Pick . .
And Vinfast insists its VF 8 and VF 9 electric SUVs will arrive for first deliveries in the US later in 2022. But as time goes on, the company has so far only shown a few vehicles with a concept car trim level. That said, Vinfast is different, and we take a look at why this case might stand out from other hype-fueled startups with unrealistic goals.
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