Nikola regroups ahead of its 2021 launch target

In the first earnings call since the Hindenburg report, Mark Russell stuck to the script, and said Nikola had a future with or without a GM deal. By Xavier Boucherat

Nikola Motors’ ambitions have attracted sceptics from day one. In that respect, Nikola World 2019 was no doubt a gratifying moment for the company: attendees were treated to a demonstration from a working, hydrogen-powered Nikola Two. The industry can only speculate on what Nikola World 2020 might have brought, following the event’s indefinite postponement.

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