EV Charging As Easy As Topping Off Tank With Gas: What’s EVgo & GM’s New Feature Is All About?

  • TechCrunch

    How Cadillac plans to use its $300,000 Celestiq EV to rebuild the brand

    The Cadillac Celestiq, the brand’s halo EV set to debut during Monterey Car Week in August, will reportedly start around $300,000, pushing it well above the top variants from other luxury EVs, including the Lucid Air Dream Edition, Porsche Taycan Turbo S and Tesla Model X Plaid. While Cadillac would not confirm the eye-popping price tag, the GM brand did verify the role the Celestiq will play in fulfilling its electrified ambitions. “We are excited to share more information later this year and return Cadillac to the standard of the world,” spokesman Mike Albano told TechCrunch on Monday, noting that the company would not comment on the Celestiq price.

  • TechCrunch

    Rivian is turning on the first EV fast chargers in its adventure network

    Rivian will open this week three EV fast charging sites in California and Colorado as part of the automaker’s bid to build out an “adventure” network along interstates as well as locations near recreational activities aligned with its customer base. The first Level 3 DC fast charging site, which opened Monday in Salida, Colorado, has four chargers that can provide more than 200 kilowatts of power, according to Rivian. One of the fast chargers is set up as a pull-through site to accommodate vehicles towing trailers.

  • MarketWatch

    Tesla, Rivian and Nio stock price targets cut on supply chain troubles, Shanghai shutdowns

    Mizuho analyst Vijay Rakesh became little less bullish on electric vehicle makers Tesla Inc. , Rivian Automotive Inc. and China-based NIO Inc. on Monday, citing the negative effects of continued COVID-19-related Shanghai shutdowns and supply chain constraints. Although Rakesh reiterated his buy ratings on all three EV makers, he cut his stock price targets on Tesla to $1,150 to $1,300, on Rivian to $70 from $80 and on NIO to $48 from $55. Rakesh also slashed his June quarter deliveries estimate

  • Investopedia

    Can IRA Transactions Trigger the Wash-Sale Rule?

    Right—except if you violate the wash-sale rule, which states that if you bought and sold the same investment for a loss within a 30-day period, then the loss cannot be used to offset gains. This issue becomes more complicated if you repurchased the securities in your IRA. In 2008, the Internal Revenue Service addressed this long-unanswered question.

  • NASCAR.com

    Chase Elliott wins Cup Series race at Nashville Superspeedway

    LEBANON, Tenn. — In a race twice delayed by lightning, Chase Elliott stole the thunder from a contingent of Toyota drivers who showed early dominance. After a late caution slowed the action in Sunday‘s Ally 400, Elliott remained on the track and led the field to a restart with four laps left at Nashville Superspeedway. […]

  • TipRanks

    These 2 Small Electric Vehicle Stocks Have Triple-Digit Upside Potential, Say Analysts

    Electric vehicles (EVs) have become the car sector’s fastest growing segment, more than doubling last year to reach 6.8 million vehicles globally. This gives EVs a market share greater than 8%, triple where it stood in 2019, before the COVID pandemic. The market has found support from political policy, but more importantly, from improvements in battery technology and manufacture that are slowly making EVs more competitive on price. The upshot is, EV companies are presenting investors with plenty

  • Reuters

    Israel tamps down dissent in its ranks over possible Iran nuclear deal

    Israel’s defence minister on Sunday said policy on the Iranian nuclear talks was set by the government, not the security forces, after a newspaper reported that key Israeli generals favour a deal between Tehran and world powers. The chiefs of military intelligence and strategic planning believe a revival of a 2015 deal that restricted Iran’s nuclear programme would gain time for Israel to prepare an attack aimed at denying its arch-foe the means to make a nuclear weapon, top-selling Yedioth Ahronoth daily said on Friday.

  • TheStreet.com

    For Smith & Wesson, Load, Cock and Fire Another Round

    Right now, I believe Smith & Wesson makes a good trade to fire off again, and the investment case on the stock is still strong. The stock is even cheaper if you equate for the cash hoard on the balance sheets.

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