Lithium Americas Corp soars on California’s push toward electric vehicles

  • NYSE:LAC has stabilized around $15 after last week’s late surge. 
  • Lithium Americas Corp is benefiting from California’s drive toward electric cars. 
  • The firm’s sky-high predictions also boost the stock price.

California paves the way forward – whether for privacy regulations or for vehicles. The Golden State, which is the home of Silicon Valley, announced a ban on vehicles running on combustible engines by 2035. The goal is to push forward the usage of electric cars, which do not directly pollute the air.

EVs run on batteries, and the most significant component is lithium – and that is where Lithium Americas Corp comes into play. California Governor Gavin Newsom announced the ban on September 23, and that marks the low point for NYSE: LAC shares. 

Since then, it has been on the rise, accelerating its gains in recent days. 

Another positive factor boosting the firm is its own rosy predictions.

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The Jeep Is America’s Real Sports Car



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Meet the ID.4, a cheaper alternative to the Model Y designed to sell against America’s most popular cars



a blue car parked in a parking lot: Volkswagen


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  • Volkswagen unveiled its first fully electric mass-market car for the United States on Tuesday: the ID.4.
  • The $39,995 compact SUV is priced to compete with the Toyota Rav4, Honda CR-V, and similar four-door hatchbacks. 
  • VW Group’s CEO for North America, Scott Keogh, says the company took many nods from Tesla in designing the new car. 
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Volkswagen knows exactly what it’s up against if it wants to actually sell electric cars to Americans, and it’s not backing away from the challenge.

The automaker on Tuesday unveiled the ID.4, its four-door hatchback answer to Tesla’s Model Y, with a slightly shorter range and cheaper price tag that could allow it to compete against some of the most popular crossovers in the US.

The first models of the new car will be made in Germany and hit the US in the first months

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‘America’s Got Talent’ special, live star-studded finale to air tonight

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(NBC) — Tonight at 8 p.m., Terry Crews will host a one-hour special “America’s Got Talent Countdown to the Finale,” highlighting the show’s Top 10 finalists.

The show will feature an exclusive sneak peek, along with never-before-seen backstage footage from the season.

Then the “America’s Got Talent Live Final Results” begins at 9 p.m. It will feature special performances from Blake Shelton, Usher, Ryan Tedder, Ava Max and Julia Michaels, among others.

The performances are in now, we wait to see whom America crowns as the newest champion of “America’s Got Talent” tonight.

On a night with a million dollars at stake, 10 acts had one final chance to shine.

 “There was a sense of pride for all the contestants who rose to the occasion and delivered what they should have delivered,” said

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