eMobility update: Tesla Cybertruck only in late 2023 / Miles takes WeShare / Mercedes ends combustion engine platform

eMobility update: Tesla Cybertruck only in late 2023 / Miles takes WeShare / Mercedes ends combustion engine platform

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Hello to the “eMobility update”! Today’s big news from the world of electromobility: Miles takes WeShare ++ Mercedes will introduce the last combustion engine in 2023 ++ Tesla Cybertruck will not be available until the end of 2023 ++ Fastned will reduce the price of payments ++ And the largest in the world. e-bus station to open in Qatar ++

#1 – Miles takes the car sharing company VW WeShare

Volkswagen is spinning off its loss-making car-sharing service WeShare. This is being sold to former competitor Miles Mobility. Ship of WeShare is now included in the Miles version integrated. The carrier is currently active in Berlin, Bonn, Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Hamburg, Cologne, Munich and Potsdam.

#2 – Mercedes: 2023 the last model on the combustion engine platform

The new generation E-Class scheduled for 2023 will do just that the latest model from Mercedes-Benz on a pure combustion engine platform. The next all-new series from 2024 and 2025, on the other hand, will be based on the architecture that the Stuttgart company is developing specifically for electric vehicles.

#3 – The Tesla Cybertruck probably won’t come until the end of 2023

Tesla is late again: The Tesla Cybertruck series production apparently it won’t start until the end of next year. That will be two years later than originally planned. According to its report, the Reuters news agency claims to have learned this from two insiders.

#4 – Fasting lowers prices in several countries

Closed it has Reduced prices at its charging stations. A European fast charging company is responding to the recent drop in energy prices. In Germany, for example, the price per kilowatt hour has dropped from 83 to 74 cents for ad-hoc payments.

#5 – World’s largest e-bus terminal in Qatar

In Qatar recently that was the case the world’s largest warehouse of electric buses launched. Covering an area of ​​more than 400,000 square meters, the electric bus station has 24 buildings and provides space for 478 electric buses.

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