Electric vehicle news from around the world
Electric mobility week began with the fact that Tesla has pushed up worldwide prices for the use of their charging stations by as much as 33%. However less than 5 days, the company has adjusted the cost after a huge amount of feedback about that with the new prices of electric vehicles do not seem so economical.
Tesla Model 3 has received final approval for sale in the European market and will soon sail to its customers.
Probably the highlight of the week was the news from Toyota, which has long remained silent about their own electric car. First, the company announced the creation with Panasonic joint venture for the production of batteries, and just a day after information surfaced that in 2021 Japanese company, will release its first electric car.
Another significant event was the news of the refusal of Sweden from cars with internal combustion engines in 2030. Country, by the way, was the tenth in the world, who stated this at the government level.
Electric mobility announcements this week
It became known that in September 2019 Hyundai will present a facelifted version of Ioniq electric with a larger battery and a small facelift.
Honda finally showed the world the design of its Urban EV and confirmed that everyone will be able to see the electric car at the Geneva motor show in March.
Awards of the week
Well, the most positive of the week — award “best car of 2019” in UK for Kia e-Niro from the magazine What Car? The first time when fully electric model wins doubles title in Albion.
News electric cars Ukraine
Ukraine is not spoiled by sensationalism, however, reported that the domestic market welcomes a new official electric JAC iEV7S, the first batch which are already in the country and ready for delivery to dealers. And Ukrenergo seems will soon get the title of the most environmentally friendly companies of Ukraine, as their rates of transfer of the fleet to electric vehicles is impressive. 12 electric vehicles Hyundai IONIQ Electric in the Park — 20% of the total of all cars.