BMW has four electric cars on sale (i4, i5, i7 and iX), Ford has two (F-150 Lightning and Mustang Mach-E), and Honda has none . GM's Prologue hasn't officially launched yet, but Acura has already officially unveiled the ZDX. In other words, Honda has one electric car due next year. However, such a delay could have its benefits. Automakers don't have to deal with all the problems that can come out of nowhere, and there's plenty of time to figure out how to attract and retain customers. Tesla has proven time and time again that innovation can sometimes be frustrating. people and regulatory authorities. It's still the world's most valuable automaker, but that may not last.
Honda and BMW are already partners. They are co-creators of an upcoming high-power charging network with General Motors, Stellantis, Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai and Kia. This new company, ChargeScape, further strengthens the relationship between BMW and Honda by adding Ford and its popular pickup trucks.
The organization's goal is to create a single and unified interface that connects key players in the all-electric auto industry and energy sector, including customers.
BMW, Honda and Ford will build on the Open Vehicle Grid Integration Platform (OVGIP) to enable their customers to enjoy the benefits of owning an all-electric vehicle.
Honda, Ford and BMW have joined forces to create ChargeScape. One of its main missions will be to help customers charge their electric vehicles with renewable energy, which can further reduce their carbon footprint. This is great news for those involved in the fight against climate change.
This feature will be similar to Solar Charging. Tesla or “Charging with clean energy” iPhone.
ChargeScape will essentially act as an intermediary between individual customers and energy suppliers. But it will work to expand its role as the electric vehicle sector grows. But the company is inviting other automakers to collaborate.