EV startup Canoo has three models in the works, the first of which is a pod-like car that could arrive as early as 2021.
Future Hyundai and Kia EVs to use platform developed with Canoo
Hyundai and Kia will spend $87 billion over the next five years to develop new technologies, including electric cars.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Canoo reveals 250-mile, subscription-only EV coming in 2021
The relatively compact Canoo electric car has enough space for seven adults.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
CEO of EV startup Canoo takes a break from top job
Canoo plans to offer its electric cars via a subscription model and aims to have the first ready by 2021.Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Evelozcity changes name to Canoo as it readies first EV for 2021
Evelozcity, an electric car startup based in Los Angeles and formed by ex-Faraday Future staff, announced Monday that it has changed its name to Canoo. The odd name was picked because of its connection with the word “canoe,” which the company hopes will conjure up thoughts of both...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
Former Opel boss joins US electric car startup Evelozcity
Evelozcity, an electric car startup based in Los Angeles and formed by ex-Faraday Future staff, announced last week the appointment of Karl-Thomas Neumann as the new head of mobility and European operations. Neumann has almost three decades of experience in the auto industry and served as CEO at...Viknesh Vijayenthiran
A band of executives that up until last year were working for Faraday Future have joined forces to launch an electric car startup of their own. Their new company, called Evelozcity, is based in Los Angeles and already has seed funding of approximately $1 billion from investors in the United States, Europe and China. The execs include Stefan Krause, Ulrich Kranz and Richard Kim. All three worked at BMW prior to joining Faraday Future. Kim, who heads design at Evelozcity, had a similar role at Faraday Future, while Krause and Kranz are in charge of the company's operations and technology...