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Oct 25, 2021

On October 21, ElevenEs announced that it has received investment and support from EIT InnoEnergy to build a battery Gigafactory. ElevenEs, an industrial spin-off of the multinational Al Pack Group has developed its technology to produce lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP) batteries. LFP batteries are more affordable, durable, sustainable and safer than competing solutions, and they do not require cobalt, nickel, and other hard-to-obtain minerals.
By 2023, The ElevenEs plant will be able to produce LFP cells with a total estimated annual capacity of 300 MWh. The construction of the 100% renewable energy powered 8 GWh plant in Subotica (Serbia) will start in 2024. It will later be expanded to a capacity of 16 GWh – enough to equip more than 300,000 electric vehicles (BEVs) with batteries each year. The company has stated that it intends to employ up to 2,000 employees. Another key advantage is the fact that the facility is also very close to Jadar Valley, the largest deposit of lithium in Europe.
ElevenEs has recently opened an advanced research and development centre in Subotica, Serbia, where it employs an international team of engineers and scientists.

ElevenEs press release

Oct 25, 2021

On October 20, Geely Auto Group (Geely) launched the all-new Lynk & Co 09 mid to large sized intelligent luxury flagship SUV. The vehicle is available in 6 versions which include MHEV versions and PHEV versions. It retails for between CNY 265,900 and CNY 370,900. The entry-level MHEV version has 7 seats, while the entry-level PHEV version has 6 seats. There are options of 6 seats and 7 seats for all the other versions.
The vehicle measures 5,042mm long, 1,977mm wide and 1,780mm high, with a wheelbase of 2,984mm.
The MHEV version of the vehicle is powered by a 2.0L turbocharged engine (maximum power output: 187kW, peak torque: 350Nm), paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission (8AT) and a 48V mild hybrid system. Under the WLTC cycle, this version consumes 9.0L of fuel per 100km. It adopts a mechanical full-time AWD (all-wheel drive) system. The PHEV version of the vehicle is powered by a 2.0L turbocharged engine (maximum power output: 187kW, peak torque: 350Nm), coupled with a combination of P1 + P4 dual-drive motors. This plug-in hybrid system delivers a maximum power of 317kW and a peak torque of 659Nm. This version is also equipped with an 8AT. Under the WLTC cycle, it consumes 2.8L of fuel per 100km, having a battery electric cruising range of 60km. It adopts an electric real-time AWD system.
All versions of the vehicle come standard with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8155 SoC (System on Chip), a 12.3-inch intelligent LCD instrument panel, a Lynk-Mate dual-screen (12 inch + 6 inch) console, and a Lynk Co-Pilot advanced driving assistance system (with different functions on different versions).

From a Lynk & Co WeChat platform press release and information from Lynk & Co website

Oct 23, 2021

On October 14, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) opened an investigation into nearly 605,000 heavy-duty Ram truck, including all Ram 2500, 3500, 4500, and 5500 HD pickups from the 2019-2020 model years.
A report from the regulator’s Office of Defects Investigation tabulated 22 complaints from the 2019 and 2020 model years, all of which use 6.7-liter Cummins turbo diesel engines.
Complaints revolve around loss of motive power, with most incidents occurring above 25 mph and resulting in the “permanent disablement of the vehicle.”
The probe will establish how widespread the presumed defect is, what exactly caused it, and safety hazards relating to the issue.
In 2019, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (now Stellantis) issued Warranty Bulletin D-19-02 to dealers to participate in a campaign to “collect, monitor and correct quality issues” on certain MY 2018-2020 Ram trucks equipped with the 6.7-liter Cummins engines.
The NHTSA’s action summary states that this resulted in FCA and an unnamed supplier collecting and inspecting high-pressure fuel pumps.
(multiple sources on October 14, 2021)