FOR URBAN MILLENNIALS, MICROMOBILITY WILL BE THE KEY TRANSIT CHOICE OF THE FUTURE
Micromobility services — including ride-hailing platforms like Uber and Lyft, bike-share programs like New York City’s Citi Bike, and electric-scooter rental services like Bird and Lime — have grown rapidly in recent years. Today, there are more than 85,000 e-scooters available for rent in 100 cities across the US, with more than 38.5M trips made in 2018 alone. As a whole, the micromobility sector is expected to be worth up to $300B by 2030.
MILLENNIALS STILL WANT TO DRIVE — THEY JUST WANT CHEAPER, MORE EFFICIENT VEHICLES
- On Tuesday, Walmart filed suit against Tesla alleging its solar panels had caused fires at seven of its stores.
- Tesla short David Einhorn tweeted Friday, “A recall should have happened long ago” and that CEO Elon Musk should resign.
- Walmart and Tesla said in a statement Thursday that they “look forward to addressing all issues and re-energizing Tesla solar installations at Walmart stores, once all parties are certain that all concerns have been addressed.”
What do we have here? Some sort of Ford prototype of a vehicle that definitely does not exist in production: A short-cab, short-bed F-150 in Raptor guise. We have no idea what this test mule is, but it sure as hell looks like a full-size Bronco.
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aguar Land Rover is joining forces with BMW to boost the development of electric vehicles, becoming the latest car makers to team up in a bid to save money.
The Coventry-based car maker and German premium automotive business will work together to make electric drive units (EDUs) for the next generation of battery vehicles.
Okay so someone is more connected than we are. We got scooped. We admit it. Follow the link to see the cool pics of Ford’s next F150