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Chinese EV maker Xpeng pushed to deeper losses as expenses rise

Xpeng President Brian Gu noted the company had "achieved strong growth momentum despite the challenges of semiconductor shortage."

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Twitter has spoken: Musk should sell US$21 billion Tesla stake

"I was prepared to accept either outcome," Musk said in a tweet after the poll closed.

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Tesla takes top spot in Singapore sedan sales for first time

Singapore had 2,243 electric cars on its roads at the end of September, 84% more than at the end of 2020

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A US$1 tril Tesla almost makes you feel for the other car giants

In just one frenetic trading session, Tesla added US$118 billion to its worth, or almost double that of Ford Motor’s entire market

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Tesla shares reach new heights as earnings supercharge rally

Tesla briefly surpasses Facebook as fifth largest US company.
RHB: Is Asean ready for electric vehicles?  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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RHB: Is Asean ready for electric vehicles?

The transportation sector accounts for 14% of total global greenhouse emissions.

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Mercedes accelerates electric-car shift with 40 bil euro push

The manufacturer plans to launch three new all-electric vehicle platforms in 2025
Where we are on the road to electric vehicles - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Where we are on the road to electric vehicles

After decades of doubt, the world’s automakers have made up their minds about electric vehicles.

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Chinese EV market will remain largest in the world from 2021 to 2029: Fitch Solutions

The majority of demand for EVs will also stem from China, Japan and South Korea, the three most advanced economies in Asia.
EV sales in Singapore estimated to expand by 170% y-o-y in 2021: Fitch Solutions - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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EV sales in Singapore estimated to expand by 170% y-o-y in 2021: Fitch Solutions

The team has also estimated that Singapore’s EV fleet will increase from 1,769 units in 2020 to around 10,000 units by end 2025.
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