EV/PHEV/HEV/FCV

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Aug 19, 2022

Hella GmbH & Co. KGaA (HELLA), which operates under the FORVIA umbrella brand, announced that it received order intake in the automotive business at a record level of around EUR 10 billion in the fiscal year 2021/22 (1 June 2021 to 31 May 2022). These customer projects are related to future mobility such as electromobility, automated driving, and digital light, including radar sensors based on 77 GHz, battery management systems, an all-electric brake pedal, and the digital headlamp system SSL | HD. HELLA has also started the current fiscal year with various project acquisitions, for example, high-voltage converters, highly integrated, multifunctional front panels or the Smart Car Access system. (From a press release dated August 18, 2022)

Aug 19, 2022

On August 18, Zhejiang Geely New Energy Commercial Vehicles Group Co., Ltd. (Geely Commercial Vehicles) held a theme event at its plant in Zibo. During the event, Geely Commercial Vehicles announced that its subsidiary, Shandong Tangjun Ouling Automobile Manufacture Co., Ltd. (Tangjun Ouling), will stop producing ICE (internal combustion engine) vehicles from December 2023. At the same time, the Fengrui V5E, Geely’s first new energy small truck, rolled off the production line at the Zibo plant.
Products represented by the Fengrui V5E will gradually complete the NEV (New Energy Vehicle) model lineup of Tangjun Ouling. During the event, 200 C10E urban electric buses under the Geely Interstellar Bus brand were delivered. These buses were also manufactured in Zibo.
Green Intelligent Link, a smart commercial vehicle mobility platform of Geely Commercial Vehicles, has launched services in cities of Shandong Province, including Jinan, Qingdao, and Zibo. Oneworld Technology, a logistics service division of Geely Commercial Vehicles, is promoting the construction of new transportation and energy infrastructure in Linyi City, Shandong Province.
Geely Commercial Vehicles officially acquired Tangjun Ouling in January 2021.

From a Farizon Auto press release

Aug 19, 2022

On August 17, the MG division of SAIC Motor Corporation Limited (SAIC) released the Black Label series. The MG7 mid-sized sporty sedan, the first model from the Black Label series, made its global debut. It is built on SAIC’s Everest mechatronics architecture.
MG’s Black Label aims to manifest top aesthetics, innovate sports performance, create the ultimate experience, define "elegant sports", and follow the design philosophy of "pioneer in elegance".
The MG7 adopts a classic fastback silhouette. It has leopard-jumping shoulder lines, hunter-eye headlights, a three-stage active electric rear spoiler, electromagnetic pulse transverse taillights, and frameless doors. It presents a wide-body profile and low center of gravity.
The MG7 measures 4,884mm long, 1,889mm wide and 1,447mm high, with a wheelbase of 2,778mm.
The vehicle is equipped with a new-generation SAIC NetBlue 2.0T engine. It adopts VGT (variable geometry turbo) technology, delivering a maximum power output of 192kW and a peak torque of 405Nm. Supported by a 9-speed automatic transmission (9AT), it consumes 6.94L of fuel per 100km in the WLTC mode.
The vehicle has features such as an X-mode racing mode, a 33-inch all-in-one display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8155 chip (7nm, 8-core CPU with a computing power of up to 105K DMIPS), and Augmented Reality Head Up Display (AR-HUD).
From SAIC MG’s WeChat platform press release and information on the SAIC MG website

  E-mobility / Autonomous Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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USA


GM

Chevrolet Silverado EV/GMC Sierra E

2023 A full-size electric pickup truck
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USA


GM

Chevrolet Blazer EV image

2023 A mid-size electric crossover SUV
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USA


Ford

E-Transit

2022 A full-size electric van
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USA


GM

Cadillac Lyriq

2022 A mid-size electric crossover SUV
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USA


Ford

F-150 Lightning

2022 A full-size electric pickup
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