Jim Cramer Talks EVs With Lucid CEO

The automotive world is abuzz about electric car maker Lucid Group  (LCID) – Get Lucid Group, Inc. Report, which received the Motor Trend Car of the Year award this month, the first time an automaker’s first vehicle has been given that honor. The news of the Motor Trend award pushed the stock further upward. The stock was already up more than 130% over the last six months.

Rivian  (RIVN) – Get Rivian Automotive, Inc. Class A Report, Tesla  (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report and Lucid are the pure electric car company leaders in a market that also features most of the existing automobile manufacturers. Dozens of companies are now making electric cars, similar to the early days of the automobile, when more than 50 American companies made gasoline, diesel, electric and even steam-powered cars. That number fell to less than 10

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Jim Ellis Automotive Group Celebrates 50 Years in Business

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A half-century can bring about many changes; however, one thing remains the same — our values and commitment to those we serve.

Jim Ellis Automotive Group – Atlanta’s largest family-owned and operated automotive group, is proudly celebrating its 50th year in business. Over the course of 50 incredible years, Jim Ellis Automotive Group has grown to become a trusted household name in the Atlanta area and throughout Georgia.

The company cites its community support, commitment to customer service, and adapting to the evolving car-buying experience with new technology as part of its success story.


Growing up, Jim Ellis was no stranger to hard work as he had many jobs he held all at once. He worked on a farm, had a milk and paper route, performed some construction, ran a concessions business at Grant Park, and ran a

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Jim Ratcliffe’s Ineos mulls making Land Rover rival in France

Ineos Grenadier - MAGROUND GmbH
Ineos Grenadier – MAGROUND GmbH

Sir Jim Ratcliffe may abandon his plan to build a new off-road vehicle in the UK, ending the dream of a new British car manufacturing business before it begins.

His company, Ineos Automotive, is in talks with Daimler about buying its car plant in Hambach, France, to make the Grenadier.

Sir Jim has previously spoken of his desire to make the new car – which has been billed as the spiritual successor to the original Land Rover Defender and was unveiled last week – in the UK.

In September Ineos – which has put almost £1bn into developing the Grenadier – unveiled plans to build a factory to produce the vehicle in Bridgend, south Wales that would eventually employ about 500 people.

Work with the Welsh government had already begun on clearing the site in preparation for construction.

Similar activity had begun at a sub-assembly

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