Scout is the new name for VW electric SUVs. Rivian’s price hike seems to have spurred more interest. And Foxconn is a U.S. automaker, enabling Lordstown and Fisker. It’s been a busy news week, full of twists and turns. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
With the completion of the sale of a former GM plant in Ohio to Hon Hai Technology Group—otherwise known as Foxconn, the contract maker of the iPhone—the
Volkswagen confirmed that it’s reviving the Scout name—yes, the former International Harvester SUV—forCould this be what helps VW go big with mass-market electric vehicles, or will it be another upscale niche brand?
Rivian’s price hike in March—and the resulting uproar from early adopters—seems only to have stoked the appeal of its electric trucks. Just since raising prices,
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