Fisker has teamed up with Foxconn, the Taiwanese contract manufacturer famous for making iPhones for Apple, to jointly develop an affordable, mass-produced electric vehicle for worldwide sale. The EV will cost less than $30,000 when it arrives in 2023, and will be built at a plant in the United States.
Acura’s new TLX Type S will serve as the official pace car at this weekend’s Mid-Ohio round of the 2021 WeatherTech Sports Car Championship. It will then race into showrooms by the end of this month, with Acura previously hinting at a starting price in the low-$50,000 bracket.
Hyundai Motor Group, responsible for the Hyundai, Genesis and Kia brands, plans major U.S. investments spanning everything from EVs to self-driving cars and flying taxis. The bulk of the investment will go toward building EVs in the U.S. starting from 2022.
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