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495 hp, mileage of 150 km on pure electricity, gasoline consumption up to 6.85 liters per 100 km. The characteristics of the second Huawei car, the five-meter Aito M7 hybrid crossover, are revealed

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The first live photos of Huawei’s second car, the large Aito M7 crossover, surfaced about a month ago, and now the Chinese regulator has released the car’s key specs. As it turned out, its power plant still uses a 1.5-liter gasoline engine, although the Aito M7 is much larger than the current Aito M5.

495 hp, mileage of 150 km on pure electricity, gasoline consumption up to 6.85 liters per 100 km.  The characteristics of the second Huawei car, the five-meter Aito M7 hybrid crossover, are revealed

Dimensions Aito M7 are 5020 x 1945 x 1775 mm, wheelbase length – 2820 mm. The curb weight is 2340 kg, while the weight of one traction battery is 258 kg. For such a large and heavy car, the consumption is quite small – 6.85 liters per 100 kilometers. And this is with a discharged traction battery, so in hybrid mode, fuel consumption will be noticeably less. In pure electric mode, the Aito M7 can travel 150 km – the same as the Aito M5. As for the capacity of the traction battery, it amounted to 40.06 kWh.

495 hp, mileage of 150 km on pure electricity, gasoline consumption up to 6.85 liters per 100 km.  The characteristics of the second Huawei car, the five-meter Aito M7 hybrid crossover, are revealed

Aito M7 – right

As part of the power plant, in addition to the internal combustion engine, two electric motors are used: the power of what is installed on the front axle is 98 hp, that on the rear axle is 272 hp. In total, the power of the power plant (including internal combustion engines) is 495 hp.

There is no exact data on when sales of the Aito M7 will start, but it is assumed that the car will appear in Chinese showrooms before the end of this year.

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Introduced two-seater Squad electric car with a solar battery

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Introduced two seater Squad electric car with a solar battery

Electric vehicle startup Squad Mobility has announced a two-seater electric car with a rooftop solar panel.

The name Squad stands for Solar Quad and the car will debut in Europe in 2023 with a starting price of 6,250 euros.

Introduced two-seater Squad electric car with a solar battery

This is a compact solar powered electric car that has a fairly simple design and is positioned as an affordable electric car. It will get large windows, removable doors, stylish wheels and a solar panel on the roof. The solar battery will allow to overcome up to 20 km a day. The car also has a replaceable battery, allowing you to increase the range to about 100 km. The Squad’s battery can be charged from common household outlets, adding to its versatility.

Introduced two-seater Squad electric car with a solar battery

The interior of the Squad is very simple, but the cabin has a digital instrument panel, as well as a climate control system. Two rear electric motors deliver up to 5 hp. and a top speed of 45 km/h.

Introduced two-seater Squad electric car with a solar battery

The company says it is also developing a four-seater solar-powered electric vehicle, but no release date has been given.

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Things get worse for the 10th month in a row: chip shortages, coronavirus and logistical problems have led to a drop in car sales in Europe

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Things get worse for the 10th month in a row

New car sales in Europe have been falling for the 10th month in a row due to chip shortages, supply chain problems and record inflation that is scaring away car buyers.

The number of vehicle registrations fell 20% to 830,447 vehicles in April, according to the European Automobile Manufacturers Association, the sharpest drop so far this year. Automaker Stellantis NV, formed from the merger of PSA Group and Fiat Chrysler, was hit the hardest, with shares down 31%.

Problems holding back production have led LMC Automotive analysts to lower their estimate for Western European passenger car sales in each of the past four months. They now expect annual shipments to drop by 6% this year to less than 10 million units. Back in January, it was said about an increase of almost 9%.

Global supply woes show no significant signs of easing, while underlying demand prospects are also deteriorating. Households will experience a severe decline in real incomes this year. Supply issues remain a key factor at the moment.

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Things get worse for the 10th month in a row: chip shortages, coronavirus and logistical problems have led to a drop in car sales in Europe

The sharpest decline was in Italy, where sales fell by a third, while new registrations in Germany and France fell by more than 20%.

Chip shortages are forcing some buyers to wait up to 18 months for different models that are in demand. Volkswagen AG chief executive Herbert Diess said last week that the company has completely sold out electric vehicles this year in the US and Europe.

Global supply chains are suffering due to the lockdown in China. Container ships with cars simply get stuck in Chinese ports. As we have already reported, the Chinese car market has almost halved.

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Tesla Semi electric trucks are finally ready to go: Tesla started accepting pre-orders

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Tesla Semi electric trucks are finally ready to go Tesla

Tesla has delayed the release of the electric truck due to the coronavirus pandemic and the global chip shortage, but now the manufacturer has announced the start of accepting pre-orders for the Tesla Semi. Those wishing to place a pre-order must transfer $ 20,000, but there is no exact date for the start of shipments yet.

At the time of the announcement of the Tesla Semi in 2017, the automaker said that production versions of the 36-ton electric truck would have a range of about 480 and 800 km at a price of $150,000 and $180,000, respectively. The truck can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 20 seconds, even with a huge load.

Tesla Semi electric trucks are finally ready to go: Tesla started accepting pre-orders

In March last year, it became known that Tesla was building a production line for the Tesla Semi in a new building near the Gigafactory Nevada in order to produce five Tesla Semi electric trucks per week by the end of 2021. However, in July last year it became known that the release of the Tesla Semi was postponed to 2022 “due to limited availability of battery cells and problems with the global supply chain.”

The Tesla Semi is expected to offer significant fuel savings over traditional trucks. It is predicted to save up to $100,000 per year in operating costs. If the forecasts are confirmed, then the Tesla Semi could bring revolutionary changes to the transportation industry.

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