Chinese EV brand Nio rolled out some new technologies, including a third-generation battery swap station that automates the process, including guiding the vehicle from the highway off-ramp, through the swap station, and then back onto the highway on-ramp.
Gemballa got it start by tuning Porsches, but now the company plans to build its own supercar, a la Ruf. The company promises the car will have more than 800 hp when it arrives in 2024.
Ram is close to revealing a concept of its planned electric 1500 due in 2024. However, Ram is also working on a range-extended electric truck and a new trademark filing may hint at its name.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
Nio rolls out 500-kw charger, automated battery swap station
Gemballa supercar to enter production in 2024
Ram 1500 REV name has been trademarked
2023 Toyota Camry review
Tesla's “Full Self-Driving” label will soon be illegal in California
BMW aims to build solid-state EV batteries under license
VW's next ID EV to debut at 2023 CES
2023 Genesis GV70 review
Nio reveals new EC7 and redesigned ES8 electric SUVs
Audi plans to make EVs at all its global factories before 2030