Lynk & Co Zero

Lynk & Co Zero will debut in Gothenburg or Milan

Excitement buzzes as online sleuths uncover the first clandestine snapshots of the Lynk & Co Zero, the tentative name for the inaugural electric vehicle from the Chinese-Swedish marque. Set to unveil in April at the European Design Center in Göteborg, whispers suggest a potential debut at the Milan Design Week in mid-April, adding an air …

Volvo Recharge Highways

Volvo Steps Back from Polestar

In the end, it seems our suspicions about Volvo’s growing concerns regarding Polestar were justified. The renowned Swedish automaker has chosen to “step back” from its former sports car subsidiary, opting to sell its shares. This development has been considered a positive turn for the Gothenburg-based brand. Volvo’s stocks soared by 27%, while Polestar witnessed …

Nicolas Lopez Appelgren is new Lynk & Co’s CEO

We interviewed him less than 2 months ago, and nothing was in the air. So it’s for us a surprise that Alain Visser is stepping down from the CEO position at Lynk & Co in Europe to pursue new opportunities outside the company. Starting from January 8, 2024, Nicolas Lopez Appelgren, currently the Head of …

Geely

How about Geely: from the refrigerators to the EU-Majors

Geely is an increasingly well-known name in Scandinavia as well, and despite being present in Europe for several years now, until recently it was not on everyone’s lips. This is because it doesn’t sell under its own brand in our countries, despite having one called Geely Auto. However, it was one of the the first …

Geely is banking on battery swapping, thanks to Nio

Geely and Nio are officially working together. The two Chinese giants have signed a partnership specifically on this particular technology, of which Nio is the most famous exponent, to collaborate deeply and develop a standard for batteries, as well as to expand and manage the swapping network and the batteries themselves. Why Geely is focusing …

Lotus Charging Stations

Lotus’ new Charging Stations are extrimely fast

In pursuit of Nio, which has launched 500 kW charging stations in China, Lotus is bringing equally powerful infrastructure to Europe: they promise up to 450 kW of power in direct current (DC), thanks to a liquid-cooled technology that prevents overheating of both the charging station and the battery of the vehicle being charged. As …