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September 24, 2022 4 min
➤ Audi Teases New E-Tron Prototype
➤ Tesla Made the EV Conversation 'Easier:' Audi Executive
➤ GM Investing $760 Million in Toledo, Ohio Propulsion Plant for EV Drive Unit Production
➤ Ford Breaks Ground at BlueOval City
➤ Stellantis invests in Italy in switch to electric cars
➤ Electric trucks that work 24/7 on a small 40kW charger
➤ Radisson Hotel Group Expands Charging Network 
➤ Electric car charging industry calls for VAT cut
➤ Oregon, Washington plan to ban new gas-powered vehicles by 2035
➤ GM CEO Mary Barra’s EV Push Is Deliberately Slow
➤ How a Quebec Lithium Mine May Help Make Electric Cars Affordable
➤ Europe lags China in race for electric car supply chain
➤ Autonomy Launches Electric Vehicle Market Report
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