Tesla sued the Trump administration for the return of tariffs on Chinese products. Tesla reportedly filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer at the International Trade Court in New York on Sept. 21 to prevent the US government from imposing tariffs on Tesla's imports from China. Tesla hopes the court will invalidate the two batches of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration and ask the government to refund the duties and interest paid by Tesla. The two tariffs mentioned by Tesla are List 3, which took effect in 2018 and List 4, which imposed a 25 per cent tariff on $200 billion of Chinese imports and the latter, which took effect in 2019, imposing a 7.5 per cent tariff on $120 billion of Chinese imports. Both lists contain hundreds of very specific categories, from raw materials to electronic components. The lawsuit did not say which products Tesla paid duties on, nor how many duties were paid. Tesla and the USTR did not immediately respond to requests for comment as of press time. "View details
Tesla, who has launched and mass-produced Model S, Model 3 and other electric vehicles, launched their first electric pickup truck Cybertruck, in November last year, two of which are scheduled to be mass produced by the end of next year. The Cybertruck, electric pickup truck launched by Tesla is domineering in shape and is much larger than their mass-produced Model S, Model X, Model 3 and Model Y.
[the new Volkswagen ID.4 officially released a range of 402km] after a long wait, Volkswagen finally released its first electric SUV, the new ID.4, which will also be the first electric car to be launched in the US market. The new car is based on the Volkswagen MEB platform, the entry-level model is equipped with 150kW single motor and rear wheel drive, and the EPA has a range of 402km,. It is expected to launch in the first quarter of 2021.
[Zhongwei New Materials Co., Ltd. Gem IPO successful meeting] on the evening of September 23, the result of the 28th review meeting of the gem listing Committee in 2020 was announced, and the IPO of Zhongwei New Materials Co., Ltd. (referred to as "Zhongwei Co., Ltd.") passed the meeting successfully. Zhongwei Co., Ltd. is a professional lithium battery cathode material precursor and new energy recycling materials integrated service provider, belonging to the national strategic emerging industries in the field of new materials and new energy. Zhongwei has reached strategic cooperation with dozens of well-known enterprises at home and abroad, and the core products such as 4.47V high-voltage cobalt tetroxide and NCM811 independently developed by the company have successfully entered the high-end supply chain of the world's top 500 enterprises in China, Europe, the United States, Japan and South Korea, and have been widely used in the fields of 3C digital, power and energy storage. At present, the company has established western and central industrial bases in Tongren, Guizhou and Ningxiang, Hunan, and laid out northern industrial bases in Tianjin, covering the north and south and radiating the whole country.
[SAIC increased the plug-in hybrid, Roewe i6 MAX dropped the L2 + autopilot to 120000 yuan.] in June this year, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology adjusted the "double points policy" and explicitly listed plug-in hybrid models as new energy models, giving new energy positive points to car companies. SAIC immediately increased its plug-in hybrid technology. On September 23, SAIC launched a new generation of plug-in hybrid system "3.0T Green pengpai Power", which will be equipped with SAIC "Blue Core" 1.5TGI in-cylinder direct injection turbocharged engine and 100kW high-power permanent magnet Synchronize motor, with a maximum horsepower of 224kW, a maximum torque of 480N ·m and a 100km acceleration of 7.5s.
[four times around the earth, the accumulated mileage of the Lulai car has exceeded 1 billion kilometers] on September 23, the Lulai Automobile released news that the cumulative mileage of the users of the Lulai exceeded 1 billion kilometers. According to Weilai, the cumulative mileage ranges from 0 to 100m km in 110 days, while from 900m to 1 billion km takes only 33 days. It can be seen that the accelerated expansion of its user scale. In addition to the cumulative mileage, Xilai also released some other data. From the regional point of view, the footprints of Lulai car users cover 344 cities, including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, including Mohe City in Heilongjiang Province in the northernmost, Sanya in the southernmost, Kashgar in Xinjiang and Jiamusi in Heilongjiang Province in the west and east. The average daily mileage of users is more than 3 million kilometers, the maximum mileage of bicycles is more than 160000 kilometers, and they can drive around the earth four times.
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