Tuesday, 6 January 2015

Powered By Lithium: 2016 Chevy Volt Sneak Peak at Las Vegas CES Tech Show.

"Chevrolet will officially unveil the 2016 Volt at the Detroit Auto Show but gave the media a preview of what it will look like on the eve of the start of CES 2015 in Las Vegas. Chevy’s Global Chief Marketing Officer Tim Mahoney says from the outside the vehicle’s most apparent changes are in styling and design but there will also be new technology offerings on the inside that car enthusiasts will likely be excited about. Mahoney says one of the biggest tech additions to the all-new Volt will be 4G LTE connected technology. While Mahoney stopped short of saying the new control panel on the dash in the Volt will look like the Tesla Model S but he did say it will be more ‘iPad-esque.’ Mahoney calls the addition of connected technology to 16 of Chevrolet’s models, from the Spark all the way up to high-end Silverado trucks, the ‘democratization of technology and creates accessibility’ across all of its auto offerings. TheStreet’s Ruben Ramirez reports from Las Vegas."

China Extends Electric-Car Incentives As Shenzhen Caps New Cars Registrations.

"As China attempts to grapple with its rampant air pollution, the national government and municipal authorities are taking increasingly aggressive measures to encourage adoption of plug-in electric cars. Officials recently announced the details of a previously-discussed new round of electric-car incentives, while the city of Shenzhen has joined several other Chinese cities in capping new-vehicle registrations. According to Reuters, China's current incentives scheme expires in 2015, but a new program will replace it and carry through to 2020."

International Lithium: Kirill Klip - Q And A From ILC On Our Strategic Partnership With Ganfeng Lithium.

 Ganfeng Lithium has developed technology to process the raw materials that we aim to produce and has an expanding customer base world-wide for their finished products. This Vertically Integrated Business structure gives International Lithium security in the market and expertise for materials processing side of future feasibility studies. It also gives International Lithium confidence in moving the projects forward as our partner is actively pursuing vertical integration within their business model. Read more.

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