The electric car company Canoo made a weak Wall Street debut on Tuesday after completing a reverse merger with Hennessy Capital Acquisition.
The Torrance-based startup, trading on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol GOEV, closed the session down 3.1%, falling from $22.75 a share.
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After months of speculation, SpaceX and Tesla Inc. chief executive Elon Musk confirmed Tuesday that he is moving to Texas.
The Los Angeles resident made the announcement at "The Wall Street Journal" CEO Council summit, citing Silicon Valley's "outsized influence in the world," which he believes will be reduced as a symptom of the coronavirus pandemic. "I think we'll see some reduction in the influence of Silicon Valley," he said.
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Luxury electric vehicle-maker Karma Automotive announced pricing for its first all-electric car will start at $79,900, as the company prepares to take on Tesla and break out in the burgeoning upscale electric vehicle market.
The car can be reserved for a fully-refundable $100 deposit on their website. The design for the Karma GSe Series sedan has yet to be released but the company said it would retain the low-slung sporty profile of the company's signature car, the Revero GT, with a powertrain configuration, 21-inch wheels and vegan leather interior standard. Karma said its range will be "north of 300 miles."
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