Quick Charge Podcast: August 4, 2022

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Stories we discuss in this episode (with links):

  • Tesla (TSLA) is on the verge of earning its “blue chip” status and emerging from the “junk bond” dumpster
  • US-built 2023 VW ID.4 starts lower at $37,495, less than $30,000 after credits
  • Ford EV sales outpace segment, gain EV market share
  • Lucid (LCID) crashes as it cuts 2022 production forecast and burns $800 million
  • Fisker Q2 Report: Over 56,000 Ocean Reservations, Test Cars, Plus PEAR and Project Ronin Updates
  • Lordstown Q2 2022 Results Highlights, Endurance EV Update
  • Nikola Q2 2022 results: Tre BEV deliveries increase, stay on track for rest of the year

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