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The BMW Group is setting the course for the electric future of mobility and will install over 4,100 charging points for electrified vehicles at its German locations by 2021.
SEAT is strengthening its commitment to urban mobility and breaking into the motorcycle market with the presentation of the SEAT eScooter concept. The company will sell its own 100% electric motorcycle equivalent to a 125 cc model in 2020. The official presentation is taking place next 19th November in Barcelona during the Smart City Expo World Congress.
NIO Inc., a pioneer in China’s premium electric vehicle market, announced a strategic collaboration with Mobileye, the global leader in the development of vision technology for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving, and an Intel company, on the development of highly automated and autonomous vehicles (AV) for consumer markets in China and other major territories.
With the launch of the first fully electric Porsche, the Taycan, Porsche Financial Services is also entering a new era: In addition to established car insurance policies, in Germany it now also offers services related to electric mobility.
With the Peugeot e-Expert, Peugeot is increasingly committed to electrifying its models to achieve its ambition of a 100% electrified LCV range by 2021.