Nikola, a US electric truck maker, and CNH industrial, a car equipment manufacturer, said they were working together to build Nikolai’s tre semitrailer prototype. CNH industrial said it aims to start testing the truck later this year and hopes to commercialize it by the fourth quarter of 2021. < / P > < p > it is reported that the Nikolai tre semitrailer has a battery capacity of more than 720kwh and a range of about 300 miles (493 km). Last week, Hindenburg shorted Nikolay’s shares in a report accusing him of “fraud.”. The agency said Nikolay misled partners by making false claims about the company’s technology, including its hydrogen fuel cell, which never existed. < / P > < p > in addition, the agency accused Nikolay of establishing a partnership with GM through deception. On Tuesday, Nikolay signed an agreement with GM. Under the agreement, the two companies will jointly produce electric pickup trucks and fuel cell commercial trucks to challenge Tesla. In addition, GM will buy 11% of Nikolai’s shares, which are worth $2 billion. < / P > < p > Nicholas has been refuting Hindenburg’s charges. In a statement released on Monday local time, the company repeatedly referred to Hindenburg as a “short seller,” and Hindenburg did disclose that if Nikolay’s stock underperformed, it might make a profit. According to Nikolai, Hindenburg’s report was selected after the company established a partnership with general motors, resulting in a positive stock price reaction. The company believes that the move is intended to mislead investors and negatively manipulate the market, benefiting short sellers, including Hindenburg, economically. Nicholas has been encouraging the SEC to step in since Hindenburg publicly accused him of cheating investors. < / P > < p > on Monday, foreign media reported that the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) would investigate Nikolai to assess the authenticity of Hindenburg’s accusation that the company cheated investors in terms of business prospects. Global Tech