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14 hours ago, turbguy said:

Why bother risking "getting admitted" when you can reduce that risk substantially?

https://www.covid19treatmentguidelines.nih.gov/tables/ivermectin-data/

What has happened to a large fraction of the population??

https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/what-happened-to-trusting-medical-experts-202110192621

 

You know what happened to a large fraction of the population? The same thing that happened to Geraldo Rivera. Got vaccinated & boosted, and still got covid. 

My wife is in the exact same boat right now. She's been told to go the hospital tonight. She got the Moderna vaccines and the booster. The vaccines aren't effective enough to warrant mandates or a one-size-fits-all cure-all. She's 41 and a former fitness competitor, mind you. 

You're such a good little boy for the pharma-corps. Dumb. 

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Geraldo talked to his doctor. Was not hospitalized

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8 hours ago, notsonice said:

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This is following what could be the warmest La Niña December in recorded history. If La Niña conditions continue, the remainder of winter could be drier than average for many.

As we head into spring, early heat and drought conditions are already a concern across much of the Plains and into the Southeast, according to Dr. Todd Crawford, director of meteorology at Atmospheric G2.

 

USA National Forecast

January-March Temperature Outlook: Much of U.S. Could See Mild First Three Months of 2022

By weather.com meteorologists

December 16, 2021

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At a Glance

  • Temperatures are expected to be near average or colder across portions of the northern tier.
  • Most of the southern tier will likely experience temperatures above average.
  • La Niña is expected to influence the weather through March at least.

Much of the U.S. could be ringing in the new year with milder-than-average temperatures, according to the latest outlook from The Weather Company, an IBM Business.

Near-average to slightly warmer temperatures are expected across the majority of the Lower 48 from New England to California for the first three months of 2022.

Areas from central and southern Texas into parts of Georgia have the highest chance of above-average temperatures from January through March. Elsewhere, areas from the Four Corners to the rest of the Southeast and into the mid-Atlantic could also see above-average temperatures.

Areas from the Pacific Northwest and California coast into the Northern Plains and upper Midwest are the only parts of the Lower 48 that may see a colder than average January through March. Parts of Oregon and Washington into North Dakota have the highest chance of seeing below-average temperatures.

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Let's break down the start of the new year, month by month.

January

In January, temperatures will be slightly above average across most of the southern tier, with the farthest-above-average temperatures stretching from the Four Corners to the Carolinas.

Areas from northeastern Montana into North Dakota and northern Wisconsin are expected to experience temperatures the farthest below average during what is usually the coldest month of the year.

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February

Most of the U.S. could experience warmer-than-average temperatures in February, and temperatures will be the most above average from Texas into much of Florida and northward into southern Virginia.

Near-average or cooler temperatures are anticipated from the West Coast into the northern Great Lakes. Temperatures will be the farthest below average across parts of the Pacific Northwest into northern North Dakota, especially parts of Washington state.

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March

The majority of the Lower 48 will see near-average to above-average temperatures in March. Temperatures are expected to be the most above average from New Mexico into the southern Plains and parts of the Southeast and Ohio Valley.

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Near-average or cooler temperatures are anticipated across portions of the California coast into the Northern Rockies and parts of the Dakotas. Temperatures will be the farthest below average across parts of the Pacific Northwest into Montana.

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What's Behind the Outlook?

Much of the forecast is driven by a developing La Niña. As seen in the map below, La Niña is the periodic cooling of the equatorial Pacific Ocean waters, which can influence weather patterns across the globe, including in the U.S.

La Niña's typical influence is a colder northern and western U.S. and warmer South and East, especially in January and February.

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Blue areas in the box near the equator show that La Niña has emerged.

However, La Niña is not the only factor to consider.

When the polar vortex is strong or weak, the expected pattern during a La Niña (or El Niño) can change.

Last winter, the polar vortex was weak, and even though La Niña was in place, temperatures across the U.S. were closer to what's expected during an El Niño winter – colder in the central and eastern U.S.

December has had a notably strong polar vortex, causing record-warm temperatures across much of the central and southern U.S.

According to Crawford, there could be a slight weakening of the polar vortex at the end of December, which could last into early January. If a weaker vortex persists, temperatures could cool slightly across portions of the central and eastern U.S. However, if the polar vortex restrengthens, even more record warmth could continue in the new year.

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Colder air and blocking weather pattern often develop when the polar vortex is weak.

This is following what could be the warmest La Niña December in recorded history. If La Niña conditions continue, the remainder of winter could be drier than average for many.

As we head into spring, early heat and drought conditions are already a concern across much of the Plains and into the Southeast, according to Dr. Todd Crawford, director of meteorology at Atmospheric G2.

The Weather Company’s primary journalistic mission is to report on breaking weather news, the environment and the importance of science to our lives. This story does not necessarily represent the position of our parent company, IBM.

It's getting colder.

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7 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Good grief you are clueless. These "horror" stories about EVs have been a constant since the beginning of EV sales yet sales keep skyrocketing.  All EV batteries are warrantied for at least 8 years or 100K miles, whichever comes first, in the US by law. So once again you came to conclusions based on improper research.

Not so, there was apparently some loophole in this case which voided the warranty for some arcane reason, thus the anger of this owner getting nailed for a $10,000 battery replacement.

Sorry to spoil your day.

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7 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Old news. The issues are very minor and Tesla is fixing them at your location with their road ranger service.

A record high recall rate for EVs....another reason to avoid buying one.

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6 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

You keep them. Yow will need them for the ridicule when VW doesn't take over Tesla's factory and US EV sales keep skyrocketing.

You mean, EVs are still a miniscule percentage of rolling stock in the US.

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14 minutes ago, Ecocharger said:

Not so, there was apparently some loophole in this case which voided the warranty for some arcane reason, thus the anger of this owner getting nailed for a $10,000 battery replacement.

Sorry to spoil your day.

That's not what you said before. So now you make another claim without proof,  typical. 

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46 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

That's not what you said before. So now you make another claim without proof,  typical. 

Same claim. It wasn't wasn't warranty covered. 

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12 minutes ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

Same claim. It wasn't wasn't warranty covered. 

No his first claim was "battery not being included in the warranty protection provided by Tesla."

His second claim was that it was a voided warranty.

These are different things.

And still no proof that it was under warranty, the warranty expired at some point last year as the car was 8 years old, or that the warranty was declined. 

However he did make the ridiculous claim that Tesla didn't give permission for someone else to fix the car. This says it all, it is all BS.

 

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1 hour ago, Ecocharger said:

It's getting colder.

 

yet winters are warmer than average year after year after year now.......The chart below does not contain 2020 as the chart was made in Jan of 2020...Only a braindead person lives in denial of what is happening.....

Top 10 Warmest Years on Record

 

 

USA National Forecast

January-March Temperature Outlook: Much of U.S. Could See Mild First Three Months of 2022

By weather.com meteorologists

December 16, 2021

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Say it isn't so:

Mercedes Build Quality Woes Continue: 848,517 Vehicles Recalled Worldwide

The Stuttgart-based automaker that prides itself by offering “The Best or Nothing” has disappointed both customers and enthusiasts once again for a quality-related issue. Daimler AG informs that more than 800,000 vehicles produced between January 2017 and October 2021 need to be called back over a potential fire risk caused by a leaky coolant pump.
 

 

2019 Mercedes-Benz G 350 d

https://www.autoevolution.com/news/mercedes-build-quality-woes-continue-848517-vehicles-recalled-worldwide-178387.html

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5 hours ago, QuarterCenturyVet said:

You know what happened to a large fraction of the population? The same thing that happened to Geraldo Rivera. Got vaccinated & boosted, and still got covid. 

I dont think either vaccines or natural immunity having had Covid stop you catching it much.

I know literally dozens of friends and family who all had 2 jabs and then caught the delta variant, they then got "boosted" 1-2 months ago and have now contracted Omicron!

As you say theres not much point in getting boosted forever other than it may slightly reduce the severity of the illness. Omicron is the dominant strain and far less severe 50-70% less hospitalisations so its just something we have to live with now like different strains of the flu virus.

 

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13 hours ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Europe's Energy Crisis Just Got Even Worse

BY JACK DUTTON ON 12/20/21 AT 12:25 PM EST
 

The crisis comes as much of Europe is bracing for sub-zero temperatures this winter, including in several capitals this week.

In France, the electricity price stood at €442.88 MWh on Monday, the highest amount in Europe and its highest price since 2009, according to Energy Live. The energy price in France spiked by 15.9 percent in the last day, according to the website.

 
 

And you think its bad in Europe? Just look at Kazakhstan!

Kazakhstan unrest: Dozens killed in crackdown

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-59880166

https://oilprice.com/Latest-Energy-News/World-News/Clashes-In-Kazakhstan-Over-High-Fuel-Prices-Continue.html

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12 hours ago, Eyes Wide Open said:

Toyota dethrones GM as number one US automaker

Detroit-based General Motors has lost its crown as the top-selling US automaker to Japan’s Toyota.

https://www.aljazeera.com/economy/2022/1/4/toyota-dethrones-gm-as-number-one-us-automaker

With 21% share of the Aussie market, Toyota dominates auto sales here. Second was Mazda with 9.6% and Hyundai came in third at about 6.5% but we have zero major auto-maker producing anything here any more, thanks to the greed of our unions. All we make is military vehicles, and there is talk of producing H2-powered vehicles and farm machinery. If the Aussie dollar collapses to 50 cents US, then manufacturing may start to make sense again, but there is always the fear of the next Labour/Green govt so I doubt it.

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7 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Say it isn't so:

Mercedes Build Quality Woes Continue: 848,517 Vehicles Recalled Worldwide

The Stuttgart-based automaker that prides itself by offering “The Best or Nothing” has disappointed both customers and enthusiasts once again for a quality-related issue. Daimler AG informs that more than 800,000 vehicles produced between January 2017 and October 2021 need to be called back over a potential fire risk caused by a leaky coolant pump.
 

 

2019 Mercedes-Benz G 350 d

https://www.autoevolution.com/news/mercedes-build-quality-woes-continue-848517-vehicles-recalled-worldwide-178387.html

They make some nice EV's though Jay 🤣

https://www.mercedes-benz.co.uk/passengercars/mercedes-benz-cars/electric-vehicles/electric-car-range/battery-electric-vehicle.module.html

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10 hours ago, Jay McKinsey said:

That's not what you said before. So now you make another claim without proof,  typical. 

Look it up, lazy bones.

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Smart companies are betting on the future of oil, and for good reason.

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Why-Pioneer-Will-Not-Hedge-Its-Oil-Production-In-2022.html

"Pioneer Natural Resources has decided not to hedge its oil production this year

The company has already closed almost all of its hedges for 2022

Its peer, Occidental Petroleum announced it would stop hedging in November"

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9 hours ago, notsonice said:

 

yet winters are warmer than average year after year after year now.......The chart below does not contain 2020 as the chart was made in Jan of 2020...Only a braindead person lives in denial of what is happening.....

Top 10 Warmest Years on Record

 

 

USA National Forecast

January-March Temperature Outlook: Much of U.S. Could See Mild First Three Months of 2022

By weather.com meteorologists

December 16, 2021

Out of date charts.

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4 hours ago, Ecocharger said:

Look it up, lazy bones.

Your claim, your burden of proof. Apparently you are too lazy to support your own claims. 

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5 hours ago, Rob Plant said:

But the recall is for ICE. I guess you will have to take Mercedes ICE off your buy list. Fortunately they do have some nice EVs for you that haven't been recalled.

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50 minutes ago, Jay McKinsey said:

Your claim, your burden of proof. Apparently you are too lazy to support your own claims. 

Get to work.

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Why oil prices will continue to trend upwards.

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Strong-Earthquakes-Spell-Trouble-For-Americas-Oil-Heartland.html

"Strongest earthquake in 10-years stirs up debate in Texas

The Texas Railroad Commission banned injection of wastewater from well drilling into deep wells just before the big quake"

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Nothing but good news for oil.

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/Goldman-Sachs-Commodity-Supercycle-Could-Last-A-Decade.html

"Goldman Sachs: oil prices could reach $95 if Iran doesn’t return to the market this year

Goldman Sachs: commodities overall are set for a supercycle that could potentially last a decade"

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47 minutes ago, Ecocharger said:

Get to work.

You got nothing so we can dismiss you and your claim. 

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752 miles on a charge........ WOW

 

.....Headlines about EVs with 752 miles of range, or the EQXX's target of 620 miles, or the 520 miles of the 2022 Lucid Air version now being delivered, should go a long way to reassure nervous buyers. People will start to believe that EVs capable of very long ranges are possible.....

 

Who will buy up used ICE Vehicles in 2030??? Scrap yards??? Gas stations need to reinvent themselves fast and get up to speed on installing charging stations....or  Gas stations will go down the same path as Kodak Photo booths

 

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Tesla Model S Goes 752 Miles with a Prototype Battery from a Michigan Startup

This 'proof of concept' was meant to show that very long-range, environmentally sustainable battery packs can exist—and ONE, Inc., is about to start building one.

Jan 5, 2022
 

Imagine an electric car that covers 752 miles on a single charge. You can't buy it today, but a modified Tesla Model S drove that distance across Michigan last month. It was the work of a two-year-old Michigan startup, Our Next Energy (ONE), which says it is aiming to make safer and more sustainable batteries. ONE retrofitted the car with a battery holding twice the energy of Tesla's original—while fitting entirely within the same space. It's a proof of concept for the company's own future battery design.

 

Faster Charging, or Bigger Batteries?

Two ways exist to assuage range anxiety among EV buyers. The first is ubiquitous, reliable, nationwide DC fast charging, like Tesla's Supercharger network. Unfortunately, only Tesla offers that today. Every other EV relies on a mishmash of private networks of varying reliabilities.

The second is to improve the range of EVs by a combination of large-capacity batteries and improving their efficiency. That's the approach used by the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX, an ultra-efficient concept EV that was just unveiled Monday. Its goal is to provide 620 miles of range in a luxury sedan.

ONE's project didn't mess with anything to alter the Model S's efficiency, but employed a much higher-capacity battery. "We want to accelerate the adoption of EVs by eliminating range anxiety, which holds back consumers today," said ONE founder and CEO Mujeeb Ijaz. He's a battery engineer with more than 30 years' experience, including stints at Apple, A123 Systems, Ford, and others.

Our Next Energy (ONE)
 

ONE put its higher-capacity prototype pack into a Tesla Model S Long Range Plus, providing nearly 90 percent more range than its original 402-mile EPA figure. The demonstration car is actually the same vehicle (before ONE modified it) that won our EV 1000 long-range trip last spring. In our own highway range test last May, that car achieved 320 miles at a steady 75 mph, the farthest distance we've recorded. (That model has since been supplanted by the Model S Long Range, rated at 405 miles.)

The original Tesla battery had a capacity of 103.9 kilowatt-hours, while the prototype ONE battery that replaced it in the same space has 207.3 kWh. CEO Ijaz confirmed to C/D that ONE used "a single pack retrofitted in the same space as the original battery." So it's far more energy-dense, but delivered consumption (in miles per kWh) roughly equal to that of the original battery.

The company dubs its prototype a proof of concept. The point is to show that real-world ranges far longer than an average driver's endurance (pit stops, ahem) can be achieved in the near future. The next step is for it to evolve into a new battery called Gemini, intended to go into production after 2023.

ONE says it focuses on battery chemistries that are "safer" and "sustainable," using a "conflict-free supply chain." In practice, that means lithium iron-phosphate (LFP) chemistry, which historically has energy density 30 percent lower than cobalt- or nickel-based chemistries (and, unfortunately, reportedly cold-weather issues). Its first product, Aries, will go into production late this year. It's a battery using prismatic LFP cells in a structural cell-to-pack architecture without separate modules, packing more cells into the pack to lower the energy disadvantage against cobalt cells.

One Battery, Two Cell Types

For Gemini, the company plans to supplement the lower-cost LFP cells with a range-extender portion of the battery for extreme power needs, to reduce stress and deterioration in the bulk of the pack. Range-extender cells will use an anode modified to eliminate graphite, which the company says "makes more volume available for the cathode" to boost the energy density of the range-extender cells.

The cathode will be made of a proprietary material rich in manganese that ONE says can be sustainably sourced at low cost. (The company has so far applied for 14 patents related to the Gemini pack.) The LFP cells cover 99 percent of the vehicle’s duty cycle, Ijaz told C/D, and the range extender is used for just 1 percent.

As a proof of concept, however, the prototype pack used in the demonstration was powered by different cells. The capacity of more than 200 kilowatt-hours was provided by high-energy cobalt-nickel cells, while those intended for the Gemini line are still under development.

The point of this test, then, wasn’t about ONE's future plans for new cells. Instead, it was to show that it's possible to pack considerably more energy into a battery the same size as today's—without, for instance, double-stacking a pair of packs, as GM is doing in its 2022 GMC Hummer EV.

Headlines about EVs with 752 miles of range, or the EQXX's target of 620 miles, or the 520 miles of the 2022 Lucid Air version now being delivered, should go a long way to reassure nervous buyers. People will start to believe that EVs capable of very long ranges are possible—even if they end up opting for a more affordable 300-mile alternative in the end.

one project gemini ev battery
Our Next Energy (ONE)

ONE's drive took place in mid-December in Michigan—with chilly winter temperatures working against range maximization—where the company drove up and down the length of the mitten state for nearly 14 hours, averaging 55 mph, before winding up back at its Novi headquarters in southeastern Michigan with the trip odometer showing 752.2 miles. Later, in a much less taxing test, the company put the Model S on a dynamometer at a steady 55 mph, where it ran for a staggering 882 miles on a charge.

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Peak Oil ? did it already happen??

 

battery storage and EVs need batteries and the factories are getting built fast....

 battery storage will be the norm everywhere....

Where will you store your electricity In a bank setup in your garage or in your car itself ?????

 

January 6, 20222:11 AM MSTLast Updated 17 hours ago

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Vietnam car maker VinFast to build U.S. battery factory as it goes all-electric

  • VinFast to cease gasoline-powered car production by end-2022
  • Potential U.S. plant sites narrowed down to 'about 3' - VinFast Global CEO
  • Starting price for a VinFast car at $41,000
  • VinFast to establish EV plant in Germany

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Vietnam's VinFast plans to build electric vehicle battery cells and packs in a new U.S. manufacturing complex, its global chief executive told Reuters, as the company pledged to transform itself into an all-electric automaker by the end of this year.

VinFast, part of Vingroup JSC (VIC.HM), the largest conglomerate in the Communist-ruled country, became the country's first full-fledged domestic car maker when gasoline-powered models built under its own badge hit the streets in 2019.

"We will build our gigafactory in the U.S. as well," Le Thi Thu Thuy, Vingroup vice chair and VinFast Global CEO said, referring to the new battery facility in an interview during her U.S. visit to attend the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The company will continue to source batteries from its suppliers, she added.

 

The company, which began selling electric vehicles (EVs) in Vietnam at the end of 2021, said in a statement on Thursday it planned to become what it said would be the first car company to cease making gasoline-powered cars and transition to all-electric vehicle production from late 2022.

VinFast is betting big on the U.S. market, where it hopes its electric SUVs and a battery leasing model will be enough to tempt consumers away from the likes of Tesla (TSLA.O) and General Motors (GM.N).

The VinFast logo is seen on a car during the first press day of the Paris auto show, in Paris, France, October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau

The VinFast logo is seen on a car during the first press day of the Paris auto show, in Paris, France, October 2, 2018. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau

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  • Summary
  • VinFast to cease gasoline-powered car production by end-2022
  • Potential U.S. plant sites narrowed down to 'about 3' - VinFast Global CEO
  • Starting price for a VinFast car at $41,000
  • VinFast to establish EV plant in Germany

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 6 (Reuters) - Vietnam's VinFast plans to build electric vehicle battery cells and packs in a new U.S. manufacturing complex, its global chief executive told Reuters, as the company pledged to transform itself into an all-electric automaker by the end of this year.

VinFast, part of Vingroup JSC (VIC.HM), the largest conglomerate in the Communist-ruled country, became the country's first full-fledged domestic car maker when gasoline-powered models built under its own badge hit the streets in 2019.

 
 

The company, which began selling electric vehicles (EVs) in Vietnam at the end of 2021, said in a statement on Thursday it planned to become what it said would be the first car company to cease making gasoline-powered cars and transition to all-electric vehicle production from late 2022.

VinFast is betting big on the U.S. market, where it hopes its electric SUVs and a battery leasing model will be enough to tempt consumers away from the likes of Tesla (TSLA.O) and General Motors (GM.N).

We will build our gigafactory in the U.S. as well," Le Thi Thu Thuy, Vingroup vice chair and VinFast Global CEO said, referring to the new battery facility in an interview during her U.S. visit to attend the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The company will continue to source batteries from its suppliers, she added.

 

Thuy said VinFast will initially assemble battery packs with cells sourced from its supplier at its U.S. complex before starting its own production there.

"We have narrowed down from I think, over 50 sites to about three sites," she said.

She will visit some sites during her trip before making a decision this year, adding that the "mega site" would also include an electric bus factory.

In December, Vingroup said it had started building a battery cell plant in Vietnam. The company is looking to initially produce 100,000 battery packs per year, with $174 million in investment, and then upgrade capacity to one million.

EV PLANTS

VinFast previously told Reuters it had plans to start producing electric cars in the U.S. in the late 2024. read more

The company said that on Thursday it was seeking to establish an EV plant in Germany.

"The era of shipping cars around the world is over, especially since COVID-19. You must have the factory close to the market in order to win over your customers," VinFast said in a statement.

VinFast said prices for its VF8 sport utility vehicle (SUV) started from $41,000 in the United States, and that it would apply blockchain technology to record orders and confirm ownership. By comparison, a Tesla (TLSA.O) SUV sells for around $50,000.

Vingroup said it was targeting global electric vehicle sales of 42,000 in 2022.

Shares of Vingroup rose as much as 5.8% on Thursday after it revealed VinFast's EVs line-up and the plans to go all-electric. VinFast is eyeing a share listing in the United States this year.

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