Several electric-vehicle startups that went public by merging with special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs, in the last two years made some nervy disclosures this week. Canoo, the buzzy electric-van outfit that drew interest from Apple’s car team back in 2020, issued a going concern warning that there’s substantial doubt as to whether it has enough cash to keep operating for another year. Lordstown Motors completed the sale of its electric pickup plant to Foxconn only after multiple delays and an admission it didn’t have enough money to refund the iPhone assembler if the deal fell through. And Fisker, which is six months away from delivering its debut electric sport utility vehicle, reiterated belief that it has sufficient cash for at least the next […]