Nio battery swap, Gemballa supercar: car news headlines

Chinese EV brand Nio introduced some new technologies, including a third-generation battery swap station, where the swapping process is fully automated, including guiding the vehicle from the highway exit, through the swap station, and then back to the highway ramp.

Gemballa may have built its reputation on wild upgrades for a number of Porsche vehicles, but the company is now working on its own supercar. The super sports car is scheduled to hit the market in 2024 with over 800 hp.

Ram is on the verge of revealing a concept of its planned electric 1500, due out in 2024. However, Ram is also working on an extended-range electric truck, and a new trademark filing could hint at its name.

You’ll find these stories and more in today’s auto news right here at Motor Authority.

Nio introduces a 500kW charger and automated battery swap station

The Gemballa supercar is scheduled to go into production in 2024

The name Ram 1500 REV has been trademarked

2023 Toyota Camry on test

Tesla’s “Full Self-Driving” label will soon be illegal in California

BMW aims to build solid-state batteries for electric vehicles under license

The next ID EV from VW will be presented at CES 2023

2023 Genesis GV70 on test

Nio unveils new electric SUV EC7 and redesigned ES8

Audi plans to manufacture electric vehicles at all of its global plants by 2030