Filed by NextGen Acquisition Corporation
Pursuant to Rule 425 under the Securities Act of 1933
and deemed filed pursuant to Rule 14a-12
of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Subject Company: Xos, Inc.
Commission File No. 001-39598
Analyst Day Presentation June 23,2021 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 1 Deli v ering I n t ellige n t Mobility
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Kingsley A f emikhe – CFO ● Bac k g r ound in i nv estme n t banking at UBS and Deutsche Bank. ● Former Group Head of Strategy and M&A at MET Group. ● L eads X os’ ﬁnance departme n t . Giordano Sordoni – COO, Co - Founder ● Prior experience managing and operating commercial v ehicle ﬂee t . ● Leads Xos’ business operations functions. Gr eg Summe – Co - Chairman ● Former Chairman and CEO of PerkinElmer and Vice Chairman of Global Buyout at the Carlyle Group. ● Founder and Managing Partner of Glen Capital Partners. ● Director of NXP Semiconductor, State Street, Avantor, N e xtGen Acq. Corp. and N e xtGen Acq. Corp. II Geo r ge Mattson – Co - Chairman ● Former Partner and Co - Head of the Global Industrials G r oup, Goldman Sachs. ● Di r ec tor of Del t a Air Lines, Vi r gin Galactic Holdings, N e xtGen Acq. Corp. and N e xtGen Acq. Corp. II X os and N e xtGen L eadership T eam Da k o t a Semler – C E O , Co - F ounder ● Prior experience in ﬂeet management and ownership. ● Dri v es o v e r all st r a t egy and b r oader corpo r a t e initiatives. R ob F erber – C T O ● F ounding member of T esla. ● Early investor and employee at AC propulsion and former t echnology leader at Vi r gin Hyperloop One. ● L eads X os’ t echnology and engineering functions. Dag R eckhorn – VP of Manu f acturing ● Former manufacturing leader at Tesla, Faraday F utu r e and K armann. ● L eads X os’ manu f acturing function. 4 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Delivering I n t ellige n t Mobility M I S S I O N Decarbonize comme r cial t r anspor t ation th r ough purpose - built t echnology at the intersection of energy and software Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 5 5 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
● Leading battery - electric mobility provider of medium - and heavy - duty vehicles ● V ehicles cur r e n tly in p r oduction deli v e r ed t o customers ● Proprietary, purpose - built and proven sustainable technology ● St r ong backlog of 6,000+ o r ders f r om contracted customers 1 ● Highly e xperienced manageme n t and engineering teams VEHICLE DELIVERY PROJECTIONS COMPANY OVERVIEW FLEET - AS - A - SERVICE X - PLATFORM X os at a Glance VEHICLE SERVICE Xos ENERGY X - LEASE / FLEET MANAGEMENT 33,674 20,427 8,715 2,007 116 17 6 2020E 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E Select Deli v e r ed Products (1) Xos entered into Distribution and Purchase Agreements with each of Lonestar and Thompson CAT that provides for 6,100 contracted and optional orders in the aggregate, in each case subject to certain rights and restrictions of the contracting parties. (2) Represents vehicles purchased by independent service providers operating within the FedEx Ground network. (3) Company contracted with UPS beginning in 2018 for the acquisition of vehicle units. Company additionally entered Conﬁdential and Privileged, Property of Xos, Inc. into a non - binding letter of intention with UPS in Q1 2021 for the purchase of Xos vehicle units. KEY CONTRACTED CUSTOMERS 2 3
$100B T A M 1 f or Comme r cial V ehicles E - commerce growth and regulations driving a new mobility ecosystem. Compelling ESG Opportunity with Strong Revenue Growth Predicted to save 49 megatons of CO 2 through projected vehicle deliveries made by 2025. P r o v en V ehicles on the R oad Commercial vehicle in use since 2018. F oundational Cus t omers & Partnerships P r emier co n t r ac t ed cus t omers and af termar k et partners. Industry - L eading T o t al Cost of Ownership Vehicles are highly competitive against ICE equivalents and peers on an unsubsidized basis. Subsidies result in even more price competitive Xos products. Highly Capable Manageme n t T eam Founder - driven management team with deep industry expertise and commitment to Xos mission. N e xtGen V alue Add Operational and governance experience, industry expertise, and customer/partner relationships. NEXTGEN VALUE ADD The X os Opportunity 300+ TARGETS sc r eened ac r oss sectors Robust Investment Selection Process Led to Identiﬁcation of Leading EV Opportunity INVESTMENT CHANNEL XOS OPPORTUNITY PRIVATE COMPANIES IN INDUSTRIAL AND HEALTHCARE SECTORS SECULAR GROWTH STORY SIGNIFICANT TAM STRONG COMPETITIVE POSITION TALENTED MANAGEMENT TEAM 8 TARGETS e v alua t ed in EV and au t omoti v e t echnology Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 7 30+ TARGETS e v alua t ed ac r oss sec t ors (1) Source: LMC Automotive. TAM reﬂects Xos assumed average selling price applied to medium - duty and 20% of heavy - duty commercial truck sales assumed to be used for last mile applications and excludes China.
TIMELINE ● Xos and NextGen entered into a business combination agreement in February 2021. ● Transaction is anticipated to close in Q3 2021. ● Post - closing company will be a Delaware corporation and retain the Xos name. TRANSACTION FUNDING ● $515mm cash to balance sheet, subject to shareholder redemptions. ● NextGen (NASDAQ: NGAC) has $375mm cash in trust. ● PIPE size of $220mm . ● Transaction is expected to fully fund business model through cash ﬂow positive. VALUATION ● Enterprise Value of $1.45B. Implied EV / 2024E Revenue multiple of 0.5x. ● Existing Xos shareholders expected to receive 64.9% of the pro forma equity at close. T r ansaction Ov erview 8 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Company Overview 01 9 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Experienced Leadership Team Da k o t a Semler Co - Founder, CEO Xos has built a world - class team dedicated to decarbonizing transportation. R ob F erber CTO Giordano Sordoni Co - Founder, COO Kingsley A f emikhe CFO BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & OPERATIONS Jose Cas t añeda VP Business Development Adam Ruddle VP of Chassis Systems Saleh Mirheidari VP of Software Engineering Dag R eckhorn VP of Manufacturing TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING K asey E v ans VP of Partnerships Elie Naim Director of Electrical Eng. Harsh Pa t el Director of Battery Eng. Chris t en R ome r o Corporate Counsel SPAC PARTNERS Geo r ge Mattson Co - Chairman of NextGen Gr eg Summe Co - Chairman of NextGen 10 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
CLASS 8 REGIONAL CLASS 3 CLASS 4 CLASS 5 CLASS 6 CLASS 7 CLASS 2 ● T r a v el < 200 miles per shift ● R eturn t o base at nig h t ● P r edic t able r ou t es X os Is F ocused On The F as t - G r o wing L as t - Mile and R eturn - t o - Base Segments. CLASS 8 LONGHAUL Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 1 1 >90% of Class 5 th r ough Class 8 r egional comme r cial v ehicles t r a v el less than 200 miles per shift Sou r ce: Wise, McKinsey & Compa n y .
A New Mobility Ecosystem Is Emerging ● Trucks in the U . S . emit as much Greenhouse Gas (“GHG”) as cars, with less than 45 % as many miles driven, producing over 750 million tons of GHG in the U . S . annually . Regulation is intensifying as a result . ● Approximately 20 countries have committed to phase out fossil fuel based v ehicles b y 2040. ● 15 U.S. States have committed to transition to zero - emission v ehicles, led b y Cali f ornia. ● California has issued an executive order requiring 100 % of truck sales to be zero - emission by 2035 and has targeted 100 % of trucks on the r oad t o be ze r o - emission b y 2045 . RAIL AIRCRAFT CARS TRUCKS 9% BOAT 2% GHG EMISSION SOURCE % OF TRANSPORTATION (2018) 41% 41% TRUCKS LARGEST PER CAPITA CONTRIBUTORS TO GREENHOUSE GASES IMPERATIVE FROM GOVERNMENTS, INVESTORS, AND CUSTOMERS 12 2% On committing to carbon - neutral operations by 2040 and $2 billion investment: “We have a responsibility to take bold action in addressing climate challenges. This goal builds on our longstanding commitment to sustainability.” Frederick Smith, Chairman and CEO On investing $450mm to expand its alternative fuel vehicle ﬂeet and infrastructure: “UPS continues to expand and improve our smart logistics network… we intend for 25% of our vehicles purchased in 2020 to run on alternative fuels.” Juan Perez, Chief Information and Engineering Officer On introducing a $2 trillion plan to overhaul and upgrade the nation’s infrastructure: “This is not a plan that tinkers around the edges. It is a once - in - a - generation investment in America. These are investments we have to make.” Joseph R. Biden, President of the United States On co - founding The Climate Pledge, a commitment to be net zero carbon by 2040: “We’re done being in the middle of the herd on this issue - we’ve decided to use our size and scale to make a diﬀerence.” Jeff Bezos, Founder, Chairman and CEO Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. Sou r ce: US E n vi r onme n t al P r o t ection Agenc y .
$100B 1 GLOBAL LAST - MILE MD & HD TRUCK SALES INTERNATIONAL M ARK E T 66% Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 13 Large and Growing Last - Mile Market for Electric Vehicles Xos focuses on the medium - and heavy - duty last - mile commercial segments where the electriﬁcation opportunity is sizable and growing. $34B U.S. LAST - MILE MD & HD TRUCK SALES U S M ARK E T 34% UNITS OPERATING ON ROUTES < 200 MILES PER DAY (%) 100% ~ 20% 35% CAGR 1 Electric v ehicle sales in X os’ t a r get market through 2040. ~34% Decline in a v e r age r ou te length since 2000. The growth of e - commerce is driving fulﬁllment centers to locate closer to cus t omers, r esulting in an inc r eased number of last - mile routes . Both last - mile delivery and electriﬁcation of this segment are growing at a rapid pace. MEDIUM - DUTY HEAVY - DUTY Source: LMC Automotive, ATA, BMO Capital Markets, BloombergNEF, NACFE and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (1) Reﬂects Xos assumed average selling price applied to medium - duty and 20% of heavy - duty commercial truck sales assumed to be used for last - mile applications and excludes China.
4/5 5/6 6/7 Regional 7/8 Regional 5 - 8 Regional 6 - 8 2023 Available Now 2021 2022 Available Now Available Now Not Published 100 miles 100 - 200 miles 100 - 275 miles 250 - 380 miles 100 - 200 miles Battery Electric Battery Electric Hydrogen Fuel Cell Battery Electric Outsourced from (Panasonic) X - Pack, Xos’ proprietary commercial vehicle OEM module and pack system Proprietary Full Cell Outsourced (Romeo) New truck model not yet in production. Limited proprietary technology portfolio. Industry - leading range with a purpose - built commercial vehicle battery, proprietary power electronics, and more durable structures. Reliant on underdeveloped hydrogen infrastructure and supply. Medium duty available in 2022. Limited proprietary technology. Class 7 available in 2022. Xos Already Has Zero - Emission Vehicles on the Road and Expects to Deliver a Full Suite of Class 5 - 8 Vehicles in 2021/22 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 14 Sou r ce: Compa ny in f ormation and analysis. Note: Chart refers to Company’s stated focus area. CLASS OEM COMMERCIAL AVAILABILITY RANGE POWERTRAIN BATTERY SYSTEM NOTES
RELATIVE TO DIESEL RELATIVE TO ALTERNATIVE FUEL TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP LIFETIME MILES MEDIUM - DUTY (CLASS 5 - 6) Payback Period T o tal Savings $116K < 3 years Payback Period T o tal Savings HEAVY - DUTY (CLASS 7 - 8) $36K - $41K NA Payback Period T o tal Savings $262K ~1 year Payback Period T o tal Savings $66K - $239K ~1 year $272K $237K $277K $353K TCO AT 300K MILES $539K $473K $712K $735K TCO AT 500K MILES Expected Industry - Leading Unsubsidized Total Cost of Ownership (“TCO”) Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 15 Source: NACFE, ATRI, EPA, NHTSA, EIA, public ﬁlings, press releases and internal estimates. Figures adjusted for cost of electricity, infrastructure charging, sales tax, insurance and AFV savings to compare with consistency and exclude driver wages and beneﬁts. Diesel Diesel
TCO Advantage Driven by Core Proprietary Technologies Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 16 XOS BATTERY SYSTEM (“X - PACK”) ● Proprietary “cut - to - length” battery architecture reduces acquisition cost by eliminating unnecessary battery capacity ● Forced air - cooling technology ensures maximum pack longevity and weight savings XOS BATTERY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ● Pack - level BMS allows each X - Pack to perform independently reducing vehicle downtime ● Proprietary technology manages battery health for 200,000+ miles of usable life XOS MODULAR CHASSIS (“X - PLATFORM”) ● Universal chassis platform reduces engineering and testing expenses associated with releasing new trucks ● Designed specifically for commercial vehicles with key focus on weight and durability XOS PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE ● Xos Connect Software is integrated in every Xos vehicle with over - the - air update capabilities ● Xosphere Intelligence Platform provides comprehensive data and analysis and generates savings through reduced vehicle downtime and driver safety and behavior monitoring
St r ong Cus t omer T r action KEY CUSTOMERS Xos is working with the world’s largest ﬂeet partners and has deployed vehicles with customers ADDITIONAL PIPELINE BUSINESS SERVICES DRAYAGE, LTL, FTL Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. LAST MILE & VOCATIONAL & DSD WORK TRUCK ADDITIONAL CUSTOMERS 17 50+ Additional R egional SMB Fleets (1) Company contracted with UPS beginning in 2018 for the acquisition of vehicle units. Company additionally entered into a non - binding letter of intent with UPS in Q1 2021 for the purchase of Xos vehicle units. (2) FedEx Ground represents vehicles purchased by independent service providers operating within the FedEx network. 1 2 50,000+ V ehicle eComme r ce Fleet
Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. ● Purchase and distribution agreement for 1,000 vehicles ● Lonestar to provide distribution, service, and manufacturing support for Xos vehicles in Texas ● Lonestar is key partner for large corporate parcel delivery ﬂeets such ● Multi - year purchase and distribution agreement includes 100 vehicles in 2021 and 1,000 vehicles in 2022 ● Includes an additional option for 1,000 vehicles in 2023 ● Thompson CAT uniquely equipped to provide distribution and service for Xos truc k s in the Southeas t ern U ni t ed S t a t es as F edEx G r ound Accelerating Growth Through Cornerstone Go - to - Market Agreements in 2021 Xos has established commitments from partners expected to support Xos through distribution and maintenance. 1,100 UNIT ORDER 1,000 UNIT ORDER 18 ” zero - emission future backed by Thompson’s 76 - year legacy of unri v aled sales & service suppor t . ” Mark McDonell, Thompson Machinery COO ” “ “ “Our partnership with X os enables cus t omers t o achie v e a “ L ones t ar SV has a r epu t ation f or manu f acturing quality i n t eg r a ted vehicles and we felt that Xos provided the best solution to meet our cus tomers’ demands . ” Jay Simmons, Lonestar SV President Note: The agreements with Thompson CAT and Lonestar SV described herein are subject to certain modiﬁcation and cancellation provisions set forth in the applicable agreements.
Xosphere Fleet - as - a - Service Business Model X os o ﬀ ers a bundled all - in - one pac k age that all o ws ﬂeets t o access all the tools and service they need to go electric with a single poi n t of co n t act at a ﬁ x ed mo n thly e xpense. XOSPHERE BUNDLED OFFERING Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 19 T r aditionall y , ﬂeet service o ﬀ erings a re fragmented and challenging for ﬂeet operators with no beneﬁt for EV’s. TRADITIONAL OEM MODEL VEHICLE HARDWARE FINANCING INSURANCE AND WARRANTY FLEET CUSTOMER SERVICE AND AFTERMARKET FUELING TELEMATICS HARDWARE X - Platform R eplaceme n t Part s 1 X oGen Cha r ging Infrastructure V ehicle Body Cha r ging Ha r dw a re T elematics Service & Support Financing & Risk (1) Cer t ain compone n ts a re p r o vided b y thi r d - party partners (2) Over - the - air update capabilities are in development and expected to be included in vehicles beginning in late 2021 PROPRIETARY TO XOS O v e r - the - air U pda t e s 1,2 SERVICES Ene r gy Manageme n t
Li f etime R e v enue $123,000 Es t . Gr oss Ma r gin 27.0% Li f etime R e v enue $179,000 Es t . Gr oss Ma r gin 34.0% 59% of the total revenue generated per vehicle delivery is projected to be generated by products and services other than the vehicle sale. Fleet - as - a - Service Revenue (59%) V ehicle Sale Revenue (41%) I n t elligence Plat f orm P r oducts $16,000 (5.2%) Mai n t enance & Parts $61,000 (20.3%) Ene r gy Services $95,000 (31.4%) POS Fleet P r oducts $7,400 (2.4%) V ehicle Sale $123,000 (40.7%) $11,500 A v e r age Annual R ecurring R e v enue per V ehicle R ecurring R e v enue Fleet - as - a - Service Expected to More - Than - Double Lifetime Revenue per Vehicle Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 20 Note: Lifetime revenue assumes sales of 240 kWh stepvan in 2025 and includes the projected average revenue generated from ﬂeet - as - a - service products over a 15 - year ownership period. The ﬁgures represent projections based on internal management estimates and take into account rate of customer conversion and/or enrollment. Y ears of Ownership A v e r age Li f etime R e v enue $303,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $0 0 5 10 15
L eading global v endor ﬁnance compa n y o ﬀ ering ﬁnancing solutions t o equipme n t manufacturers, dealers, distributors and end users . X os has partne r ed with DLL t o initia t e the X os Financial Services p r og r am X OS FINANCIAL SERVICES (“XFS”) € 35 Billion Global managed port f olio serving o v er 30 cou ntries #1 V endor Finance in the US f or 12 consecuti ve y ears (2020) Sou r ce: Moni t or ● As a market - leading global asset ﬁnance partner, DLL oﬀers Xos customers a wide range of ﬁnancial products competitive in price, structure and service. ● DLL’s oﬀering provides the ﬂexibility to ﬁnance not only the vehicle, but the entire Fleet - as - a - Service oﬀering, all under one contract at a ﬁxed monthly price. ● DLL underwrites and bears the balance sheet risk while delivering the invoiced amount to Xos at the point - of - sale. 21 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 50 Years of e xperience p r o viding access t o equipme n t , t echnology and softw a re “ “We are excited about working with Xos because of our shared mission providing innovative solutions... We look forward to ensuring X os’ v ehicles a r e accessible t o businesses a r ound the globe.. . ” Neal Garnett, Presiden t o f Construction , Transportatio n & Industria l Globa l Busines s ” Unit
Technology Overview 02 22 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
PLATFORM VEHICLE CLASSES X - PLATFORM CHASSIS VEHICLES MD X - PLATFORM Class 5 - 6 Adap t able chassis f or on - high w a y , pickup and deli v er y . HD X - PLATFORM Class 7 - 8 Adap t able chassis f or on - highway, v ocational, and se v e r e w ork condition. POWERTRAIN Various P ow ert r ain solutions f or both o ﬀ - high w a y , industrial equipme n t and on - high w ay trucks. Focus on Modular EV Platforms Tailored for Last - Mile Market Common platform architecture drives signiﬁcant engineering and manufacturing synergies. 23 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Battery Speciﬁcally Designed for Commercial Truck Applications 2170 Cell Xos CMU Xos Module 4 - 10kwh Module size 30 - 60kwh Bat t ery bloc k s +170wh/kg Gr avimetric ene r gy density ● “Cu t - t o - length” modular a r chi t ectu re based on ﬁnal vehicle build requirements ● E ach pack co n t ains local (independe n t ) cooling and BM S , and ope r a t es at sys t em v ol t age all o wing f or a truly modular bat t ery sys t em ● Designed for commercial vehicle durability, with a 200,000 mile useable li f e ● X - platform cross - interoperability for last - mile, vocational, and on - highway vehicles ● R efrige r a ted air cooling all o ws f or shor t est possible thermal path and even distribution of cooling ● The sealed sys t em all o ws high deg ree of control over the internal temperature in each pack across a wide range of climate conditions. Xos BCU 24 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Proprietary Software Powers our Sustainable Energy Solutions Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 25 XOSPHERE INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM 1 The Xosphere Intelligence Platform is the centralized control hub for ﬂeets to manage their X os v ehicles. F eatu r es include: ● Ad v anced v ehicle t elematics ● Energy and charging data and analytics ● Dri v er per f ormance and sa f ety sco res ● Service and maintenance logs and alerts ● ESG impact metrics and sus t ainability r eports (1) Certain features are currently in development and to be released in future iterations of the product. VEHICLE CONTROL SOFTWARE 1 Each Xos vehicle is integrated with Xos’ proprietary vehicle control software which administers: ● P o wert r ain co n t r ols ● Body co n t r ols ● Sa f ety t echnology ● Cha r ging communication ● Fully - digital instrument cluster ● In f o t ainme n t sys t em ● Dri v er eﬃciency guidance ● Quic k - s t art capabilities ● O v e r - the - air soft w a re upda te ● Remote diagnostics and maintenance
Continuous Innovation in Drivetrain Eﬃciency and Advanced Drive - Assistance Systems (ADAS) L aunching ﬁrst ET - One Prototype 2022 2021 2020 Bat tery V1 Es t ablishing the X - Plat f orm MD L oomis V an on XPlatform V ehicle Co n t r ols Architecture Pa r acel V an on XPlatform Es t ablish X - BMS Mobile Mai n t enance Es t ablishing the X - Plat f orm HD Chassis Cab on X - Platform O v er the Xosphere U pda t e Module X osphe r e Fleet Management Platform X os P o w er Elect r onics L2 A u t ono m y And A u t opark Mo t or and Controller De v elopme n t 26 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Xos Flex Manufacturing 03 27 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Flex Manufacturing Allows for Rapid Scale and Flexibility BATTERY ASSEMBLY VEHICLE ASSEMBLY Flex Facility 1 located in Byrdstown, TN 28 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. $45MM CAPEX PER FACILITY 80% CapEx r eduction vs. t r aditional automotive manufacturing facilities. 1 YEAR TIME TO DEVELOP 2 - 3 years faster to develop Xos Flex Facility vs. t r aditional g reenﬁeld f acilit y . 150,000 SQUARE FEET 90 % smaller f ootpri n t on all s t ages of the manu f acturing p rocess due t o ad v anced f ac t ory manageme n t sys t em and non - linear line design .
Bat t ery Assembly KEY STATISTICS KEY STATISTICS 6 S t ations X os module lines comprise six (6) disc r e te p rocess s t eps be f o r e p r oceeding t o i n t ernal QC. E ach module line incorpo r a t es multiple automation stations for each step increasing machine OEE and improving overall resiliency during line maintenance. T ruck Manu f acturing 5,000 U nits/ Y ear Xos Flex facilities can be dedicated t o k ey cus t omers t o mitiga te supply chain risk and ensu r e on - time deliveries. 20 S t ations The X os ﬁnal assembly line utilizes 20 s t ations t o assemble the comple te chassis. The chassis complete end - of - line t esting in T ennessee and a re r eady t o be shipped t o Mo r gan Olson ’s L oudon, T ennessee pla n t . 29 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
M ANU F A C TURING PARTNERS Manu f acturing Partners STAFFING SUPPLY CHAIN MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING FACILITY AUTOMATION ENGINEERING QUALITY MANAGEMENT ● L eading global manu f actu r er of f r ame and chassis systems for commercial vehicles gene r ating $2B in annual r e v enue ● Contract manufacturer of commercial v ehicles in South America and ﬂ e x assembler f or X os ● Facilities within US, Mexico, and South America ● L a r gest manu f actu r er of glider v ehicles in the US mar k et ● P r oduced o v er 5,000 truc k s per y ea r 1 ● Partner to Xos’ ﬁrst Flex Manufacturing facility 30 (1) Prior t o E P A emissions r egulations beginning in January 2018. Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. “ ” “Partnering with X os was the clear choice f or us gi v en their diﬀerentiated product, advanced technical capabilities and EV mar k et unders t anding . ” RICARDO ALEMAN METALSA - CHIEF INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
St r a tegic G r o wth and Positioning of Fl e x F acilities Flex2 (Mo n t er r ey) Flex1 (Byrdstown) Pa r cel Body Upﬁt (Danville) Pa r cel Body Upﬁt (Loudon) X os HQ ( L os Angele s ) Flex manufacturing facilities are strategically located in proximity to vehicle body upﬁtters and end - customers. Xos currently assembles vehicles out of two ﬂex facilities and plans to complete the build - out of seven (7) additional facilities to meet projected delivery targets through 2025. 2 2 3 6 9 8,715 2,007 116 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E P r ojec t ed Deli v eries Fl e x F acilities 33,674 20,427 31 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Financials & Transaction Overview 04 32 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
● Projected to exceed $1B of annualized revenue by Q4 2023 ● International vehicle sales projected to increase to 11.7% of revenue by 2025 ● Fleet - as - a - Service increases to 14.8% of revenue by 2025; recurring and fee - based revenue streams at strong margins ● Drives incremental recurring revenue through Xos’ services channel ● Heavy - duty trucks projected to become a signiﬁcant revenue source from 2023 2022 - 25 CAGR 167.9% 76% 147% 343% N/M 1,864% 3.9% 2.4% PRODUCTION VOLUME (BY VEHICLE TYPE) % TAM 1 0.0% 0.0% 0.2% 1.0% 2022 - 25 CAGR 154.8% Stepvan/Stripped Chassis Chassis Cab Tractor ● Projected to deliver approximately 65,000 cumulative vehicles through 2025 $271 $1,202 $2,970 $5,219 2025 I n t ernational 11.7% A f termar k et 14.8% 2,007 8,715 20,427 33,674 Volume/Revenue Forecast: Growing Product and Geographic Diversification Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 33 REVENUE ($MM) % Growth N/M (1) Source: LMC Automotive. TAM reﬂects Xos assumed average selling price applied to medium - duty and 20% of heavy - duty commercial truck sales assumed to be used for last mile applications and excludes China. 17 116 $3 $14 2020 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E 2020 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E
FREE CASH FLOW ($MM) 2 P r ojec t ed Path t o P r oﬁ t ability GROSS PROFIT ($MM) EBITDA ($MM) 1 ● P r ojec t ed t o achie ve positi v e mo n thly Adj. EBIT D A b y 2023 ● Operational eﬃciencies will be realized as X os accele r a t es g r o wth in v ehicle deli v eries ● P r ojec t ed t o mai n t ain st r ong g r oss ma rgins th r ough the p r ojection period ● Higher margins in the services segment dri v e an inc r eme n t al ma r gin lift in the ou t er years ● P r ojec t ed t o achie ve positi v e mo n thly f r ee cash ﬂ o w b y Q1 2023 ● CapEx settles to 4.2% of revenue in 2025 % of R e v enue 11.4 % 29.5% 28.6% 30.3% 30.5% 30.6% 20.8% 13.4% N/M 23.3% 5.1% NM N/M N/M 12.4% % of R e v enue N/M N/M % of R e v enue N/M $4 $78 $364 $905 $1,598 ($12) $161 $617 $1,216 ($13) $151 $648 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 34 (1) EBITDA = GAAP Operating Proﬁt + Stock - based Compensation + Depreciation & Amortization. Please reference Appendix for reconciliation of non - GAAP ﬁgures. (2) Free Cash Flow = Operating Cash Flow - CapEx. Please reference Appendix for reconciliation of non - GAAP ﬁgures. $0 2020 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E ($40) ($33) 2020 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E ($107) ($175) ($167) 2020 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E
Use of Transaction Proceeds Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 35 $515 Million Net Cash Proceeds Expec t ed Timing $140MM Build out of automated ﬂex battery assembly lines 2021 - 2024 GROWTH $140MM Build out of ﬂ e x v ehicle assembly lines 2021 - 2024 $40MM Scaling business development and corporate overhead 2021 - 2023 $35MM Additional growth investment and opportunities 2021 - 2023 EC H & NEERI NG $105MM Engineering and R&D for continued ﬂeet - as - a - service expansion 2021 - 2023 T ENG I $55MM Battery, Chassis and Cab tooling for product engineering 2021 - 2024
Xos is projected to deliver on strong ﬁnancial fundamentals with the Company generating over $5.2B of revenue in 2025 while turning a positive monthly Adjusted EBITDA by 2023 and Free Cash Flow by 2024. US$ Millions 2020 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E T o t al V ehicles Deli v e r ed 17 116 2,007 8,715 20,427 33,674 Financials $4,450.3 Revenue V ehicle Sales Fleet - as - a - Service $2.6 0.1 $13.5 0.4 $258.7 12.8 $1,094.3 107.4 $2,605.4 364.6 768.2 T o t al R e v enue $2.6 $13.8 $271.4 $1,201.6 $2,970.0 $5,218.5 % G r o wth NM 580% 1864% 343% 147% 76% G r oss P r oﬁt $0.3 $4.1 $77.7 $364.4 $905.2 $1,598.3 % G r oss Ma r gin 12% 29% 29% 30% 30% 31% EBITDA 2 ($11.6) ($40.1) ($32.9) $160.9 $617.4 $1,216.0 % EBIT D A Ma r gin NM NM NM 13% 21% 23% F r ee Cash Fl ow 3 ($12.7) ($107.3) ($175.5) ($166.8) $151.2 $647.5 % F r ee Cash Fl o w Ma r gin NM NM NM NM 5% 12% Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 36 (1) Contingent on the execution of additional capital strategy initiatives including meeting delivery projections and closing asset - backed lending facility. (2) EBITDA = GAAP Operating Proﬁt + Stock - based Compensation + Depreciation & Amortization. Please reference Appendix for reconciliation of non - GAAP ﬁgures. (3) Free Cash Flow = Operating Cash Flow - CapEx. Please reference Appendix for reconciliation of non - GAAP ﬁgures. Summary Financial Forecast COMMENTARY P r oceeds f r om S P A C T r ansaction p r ojec t ed t o fund business t o cash ﬂ o w positi v e 1 2021 and 2022 deli v eries fully - contracted and deliverable with cur r e n t manu f acturing capacity Fleet - as - a - Service grows to 15% of to t al r e v enue b y 2025 T echnology v alida t ed and p r oduction v ehicles al r eady deli v e r ed t o cus t omers EBIT D A positi v e b y early 2023 and 23% EBIT D A ma r gin b y 2025 F r ee Cash Fl o w positi v e b y 2024 2021 and 2022 deli v eries fully - contracted and deliverable with cur r e n t manu f acturing capacity
PRO FORMA OWNERSHIP @ $10.00 / SHARE Shares % $ N e xtGen Public Sha r eholders 37.5 19.1% $375 N e xtGen F ounder Sha r es 9.4 4.8% 94 PIPE I n v es t or Sha r es 22.0 11.2% 220 Existing X os Sha r eholders 127.6 64.9% 1,276 Total 196.5 100.0% $1,965 Cash Conside r ation t o X os F ounders 20 Estima t ed F ees & Expenses 60 T o t al Uses $1,871 2024E R e v enue EV / 2024E R e v enue SOURCES & USES 2,970 0.5x Sources $ N e xtGen Cash in T rust $375 Commit t ed PIPE 220 S t ock Conside r ation t o Existing Sha r eholders 1,276 T o t al Sou r ces $1,871 Uses $ Cash t o Balance Sheet $515 S t ock Conside r ation t o Existing Sha r eholders 1,276 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 37 Detailed Transaction Overview TRANSACTION FUNDING ILLUSTRATIVE PRO FORMA VALUATION ● Minimum of at least $220 million across PIPE and cash remaining in Sha r e Price at Closing $10.00 trust accou n t af t er satisfying r edemption r equi r eme n ts. P r o F orma Sha r es Outs t anding (MM) 196.5 ● Executed PIPE subscription agreements for committed capital in E quity V alue $1,965 the amount of $220 million including $20mm of secondary L ess: Net Cash (515) p r oceeds t o F ounders. E nt erprise V alue $1,450 ● Earnout of 10.0% of total pro forma shares outstanding to Existing Xos shareholders if stock crosses $14.00, $20.00 and $25.00 per share. Note: Amounts on this page assume there are no redemptions from the trust account.
UPS / Mo r gan Olson V an Body on X - Plat f orm Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 38 XOS OPPORTUNITY $100 B 1 T AM f or Comme r cial V ehicles E - commerce growth and regulations driving a new mobility ecosystem. Compelling ESG Opportunity with Strong Revenue Growth Predicted to save 49 megatons of CO 2 through projected vehicle deliveries made by 2025. Customer - Validated Vehicles on the Road Comme r cial v ehicles in use since 2018. F oundational Cus t omers & Partnerships Premier contracted customers and aftermarket partners. Industry - L eading T o t al Cost of Ownership Vehicles are highly competitive against ICE equivalents and peers on an unsubsidized basis. Highly Capable Manageme n t T eam Founder - driven management team with deep industry expertise and commitment to Xos mission. N e xtGen V alue Add Operational and governance experience, industry expertise, and customer/partner relationships. (1) TAM reﬂects Xos assumed average selling price applied to medium - duty and 20% of heavy - duty commercial trucks assumed to be used for last mile applications and excludes China.
Appendix 39 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
US$ Millions 2020E 2021E 2022E 2023E 2024E 2025E EBITDA GAAP Ope r ating P r oﬁt ($11.9) ($47.6) ($66.1) $84.3 $471.8 $995.7 S t oc k - based Compensation $0.0 $0.1 $0.3 $6.8 $30.0 $74.2 Depreciation & Amortization $0.3 $7.5 $32.8 $69.8 $115.5 $146.1 EBITDA ($11.6) ($40.1) ($32.9) $160.9 $617.4 $1,216.0 F r ee Cash Fl o w Cash Fl o w f r om Ope r ations ($12.3) ($40.3) ($63.4) $46.2 $381.8 $868.9 Capi t al Expenditu r e ($0.4) ($67.0) ($112.1) ($212.9) ($230.6) ($221.4) F r ee Cash Fl o w ($12.7) ($107.3) ($175.5) ($166.8) $151.2 $647.5 Reconciliation of Non - GAAP Financials 40 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc. 41 Illustrative Fully Diluted Share Count Sha r es in millions Illust r ati v e Sha r e Price $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $17.50 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 Existing X os Sha r es Existing X os E arnout Sha r e s 1 127.6 -- 127.6 -- 127.6 6.6 127.6 6.6 127.6 13.1 127.6 13.1 127.6 19.7 N e xtGen Public Sha r eholders 37.5 37.5 37.5 37.5 37.5 37.5 37.5 N e xtGen Public W ar r a n t s 2,3 -- 1.0 2.9 4.3 4.5 4.5 4.5 N e xtGen F ounder Sha r es 9.4 9.4 9.4 9.4 9.4 9.4 9.4 N e xtGen Pri v a t e Placeme n t W ar r a n t s 2,4 -- 0.5 1.5 2.2 2.3 2.3 2.3 PIPE I n v es t or Sha r es 22.0 22.0 22.0 22.0 22.0 22.0 22.0 F ully Dilu t ed Sha r e Cou n t 196.5 198.0 207.4 209.5 216.4 216.4 223.0 Note: Amounts on this page assume there are no redemptions from the trust account. (1) 10.0% of total pro forma shares outstanding at $10.00 share price to Existing Xos shareholders if stock crosses $14.00, $20.00 and $25.00 per share (2) Assumes t r easury s t ock method. (3) 12.5mm public warrants issued as part of NextGen IPO with strike price of $11.50 and a redemption price of $18.00. (4) 6.3mm private placement warrants issued as part of NextGen IPO with strike price of $11.50 and assuming a redemption price of $18.00.
The list below of risk factors has been prepared solely for purposes of the proposed private placement transaction (the “Private Placement”) as part of the proposed business combination of NextGen Acquisition Corporation (“NextGen”) and Xos, Inc. (the “Business Combination”), and solely for potential investors in the Private Placement, and not for any other purpose. All references to “Xos,” the “Company,” “we,” “us” or “our” refer to the business of Xos, Inc. and its consolidated subsidiaries. The risks presented below are certain of the general risks related to the business of the Company, the Private Placement and the Business Combination, and such list is not exhaustive. The list below is qualiﬁed in its entirety by disclosures contained in future documents ﬁled or furnished by the Company and NextGen, with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), including the documents ﬁled or furnished in connection with the proposed transactions between the Company and NextGen. The risks presented in such ﬁlings will be consistent with those that would be required for a public company in its SEC ﬁlings, including with respect to the business and securities of the Company and NextGen and the proposed transactions between the Company and NextGen, and may diﬀer signiﬁcantly from and be more extensive than those presented below. Investing in securities (the “Securities”) to be issued in connection with the Business Combination involves a high degree of risk. You should carefully consider these risks and uncertainties, together with the information in the Company’s consolidated ﬁnancial statements and related notes, and should carry out your own due diligence and consult with your own ﬁnancial and legal advisors concerning the risks and suitability of an investment in the Private Placement, before making an investment decision. There are many risks that could aﬀect the business and results of operations of the Company, many of which are beyond its control. If any of these risks or uncertainties occurs, the Company’s business, ﬁnancial condition and/or operating results could be materially and adversely harmed. Additional risks and uncertainties not currently known or those currently viewed to be immaterial may also materially and adversely aﬀect the Company’s business, ﬁnancial condition and/or operating results. If any of these risks or uncertainties actually occurs, the value of the Company’s equity securities may decline, and any investor in the Oﬀering may lose all or part of its investment. Ris k s R ela t e d t o our Busines s an d our Industry ● Capital Requirements and Cost Fluctuations . We require signiﬁcant capital to develop and grow our business, including with respect to the design, development, marketing, distribution and sale of our goods and services. Increased costs associated with the operation of our business, the disruption of our supply chain or a shortage of materials (including, without limitation, a change in the price or availability of lithium - ion battery cells and their component parts) could harm our business. Our ﬁnancial results may be signiﬁcantly and negatively impacted from period to period due to the aforementioned ﬂuctuations in operating costs and other factors. ● Financial Condition and Potential Dilution . We are an early stage company with a history of losses. We could incur signiﬁcant expenses and continued losses for the foreseeable future. We have yet to achieve positive operating cash ﬂow and our ability to generate positive cash ﬂow is uncertain. We may encounter unforeseen expenses, diﬃculties, complications, delays and other unknown events which may result in our inability to achieve or maintain proﬁtability. In addition, our operational and ﬁnancial results forecasts rely in large part upon assumptions and analyses developed by us. If these assumptions or analyses prove to be incorrect, in whole or in part, our actual operational and ﬁnancial results may be materially diﬀerent from forecasted results. Our future capital needs may require us to sell additional equity or debt securities that may dilute our stockholders or introduce covenants that may restrict our operations or our ability to pay dividends. ● Limited Operational History and Competitive Landscape . Our limited operating history makes evaluating our business and future prospects diﬃcult and may increase the risk of your investment. Our ability to develop and manufacture EVs and their component parts of suﬃcient quality and appeal to customers on schedule and on a large scale is still unproven and continues to evolve. Our limited operational history may hinder our ability to anticipate and timely adapt to increases or decreases in revenues or experiences signiﬁcant and unanticipated delays in the design, production and launch of our goods and services. Our business, prospects, ﬁnancial condition and operating results could experience signiﬁcant harm as a result. We also face a competitive market with respect to our goods and services and may therefore not be successful in competing within the industry. There may also be signiﬁcant developments in alternative technologies, such as advanced diesel, ethanol, or compressed natural gas or improvements in the fuel economy of the internal combustion engine, which may materially and adversely aﬀect our business and prospects in ways we do not currently anticipate. ● Business Development and Partnerships . Certain of our strategic, development and deployment arrangements or expected arrangements could be terminated or may not materialize into contract partnership arrangements on a long - term basis or at all. We may also not be able to successfully engage target customers or convert early trial deployments with truck ﬂeets into meaningful orders or additional deployments in the future. If we fail to manage or develop our partnerships and customer growth eﬀectively, including failing to attract and integrate qualiﬁed personnel, we may not be able to design, develop, manufacture, market and launch our EVs and related products successfully. ● Suppliers. We rely on suppliers, some of which are limited source suppliers, for necessary components of our vehicles and outsourced partners for the manufacturing of our vehicles and component parts. A loss of any of these partners or defects in or failure of the products that they supply to us could negatively aﬀect our business. ● Insurance . We maintain certain levels of insurance; we may, however, face claims from time - to - time that could exceed our insurance coverage or not fall within our coverage. ● Forecasts . Our operating and ﬁnancial result forecasts rely in large part upon assumptions and analyses developed by us. If these assumptions and analyses prove to be incorrect, our actual operating results may diﬀer materially. Ris k s R ela t e d t o th e Pri v a t e Placeme n t ● Capital Raise . There can be no assurance that NextGen will be able to raise suﬃcient capital in the Private Placement to consummate the Business Combination or for use by the combined company following the Business Combination (the “Combined Company”). ● Voting Power. The issuance of shares of the Combined Company’s securities in connection with the Private Placement will dilute substantially the voting power of Combined Company’s shareholders. RISK F A C T ORS 42 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
RISK F A C T ORS Ris k s R ela t e d t o th e Busines s Combination ● Transaction Costs. Both NextGen and Xos will incur signiﬁcant transaction costs in connection with the Business Combination. ● Contingencies of Business Combination. The consummation of the Business Combination is subject to a number of conditions and if those conditions are not satisﬁed or waived, the Business Combination Agreement may be terminated in accordance with its terms and the Business Combination may not be completed. ● Key Personnel. The ability to successfully eﬀect the Business Combination and the Combined Company’s ability to successfully operate the business thereafter will be largely dependent upon the eﬀorts of certain key personnel of Xos, all of whom we expect to stay with the Combined Company following the Business Combination. The loss of such key personnel could negatively impact the operations and ﬁnancial results of the combined business. ● Redemption. There is no assurance that a shareholder’s decision whether to redeem its shares for a pro rata portion of the Trust Account will put the shareholder in a better future economic position. ● Value of Securities. If the Business Combination’s beneﬁts do not meet the expectations of investors or securities analysts, the market price of NextGen’s securities or, following the consummation of the Business Combination, the value of the Combined Company’s securities, may decline. ● Stock Exchange Approval. There can be no assurance that the Combined Company’s securities will be approved for listing on the chosen stock exchange or that the Combined Company will be able to comply with the continued listing standards of such stock exchange. ● Legal Proceedings. Legal proceedings in connection with the Business Combination, the outcomes of which are uncertain, could delay or prevent the completion of the Business Combination. ● COVID - 19. The Business Combination or Combined Company may be materially adversely aﬀected by the recent COVID - 19 outbreak. ● Compliance with Laws. Changes in laws or regulations, or a failure to comply with any laws and regulations, may adversely aﬀect Xos’ and the Combined Company’s business, including NextGen’s and Xos’ ability to consummate the Business Combination, and results of operations. 43 Conﬁde n tial and Privileged, P r operty of X os, Inc.
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IMPORTANT LEGAL INFORMATION
Additional Information and Where to Find It
This document relates to a proposed transaction between Xos, Inc. (“Xos”) and NextGen Acquisition Corporation (“NextGen”). This document is not a proxy statement or solicitation of a proxy, consent or authorization with respect to any securities or in respect of the potential transaction and shall not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any securities, nor shall there be any sale of securities in any state or jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation, or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of such state or jurisdiction. In connection with the proposed transaction, NextGen filed a registration statement on Form S-4 with the SEC on May 14, 2021, which includes a document that serves as a prospectus and proxy statement of NextGen (the “proxy statement/prospectus”). The proxy statement/prospectus will be sent to all NextGen shareholders. NextGen also will file other documents regarding the proposed transaction with the SEC. Before making any voting decision, investors and security holders of NextGen are urged to read the registration statement, the proxy statement/prospectus included therein and all other relevant documents filed or that will be filed with the SEC in connection with the proposed transaction as they become available because they will contain important information about the proposed transaction.
Investors and security holders may obtain free copies of the registration statement, the proxy statement/prospectus included therein and all other relevant documents filed or that will be filed with the SEC by NextGen through the website maintained by the SEC at www.sec.gov.
The documents filed by NextGen with the SEC also may be obtained free of charge at NextGen’s website at https://www.nextgenacq.com/investor-info.html#filings or upon written request to 2255 Glades Road, Suite 324A, Boca Raton, Florida 33431.
Participants in the Solicitation
NextGen and Xos and their respective directors and executive officers may be deemed to be participants in the solicitation of proxies from NextGen’s shareholders in connection with the proposed transaction. Additional information regarding the interests of those persons and other persons who may be deemed participants in the proposed transaction may be obtained by reading the proxy statement/prospectus. You may obtain a free copy of this document as described in the preceding paragraph.
Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
This document contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws with respect to the proposed transaction between Xos and NextGen. These forward-looking statements generally are identified by the words “believe,” “project,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “estimate,” “intend,” “strategy,” “future,” “opportunity,” “plan,” “may,” “should,” “will,” “would,” “will be,” “will continue,” “will likely result,” and similar expressions. Forward-looking statements are predictions, projections and other statements about future events that are based on current expectations and assumptions and, as a result, are subject to risks and uncertainties. Many factors could cause actual future events to differ materially from the forward-looking statements in this document, including but not limited to: (i) the risk that the transaction may not be completed in a timely manner or at all, which may adversely affect the price of NextGen’s securities, (ii) the risk that the transaction may not be completed by NextGen’s business combination deadline and the potential failure to obtain an extension of the business combination deadline if sought by NextGen, (iii) the failure to satisfy the conditions to the consummation of the transaction, including the adoption of the Merger Agreement by the shareholders of NextGen, the availability of the minimum amount of cash available in the trust account in which substantially all of the proceeds of NextGen’s initial public offering and private placements of its warrants have been deposited following redemptions by NextGen’s public shareholders and the receipt of certain governmental and regulatory approvals, (iv) the lack of a third party valuation in determining whether or not to pursue the proposed transaction, (v) the inability to complete the PIPE investment in connection with the transaction, (vi) the occurrence of any event, change or other circumstance that could give rise to the termination of the Merger Agreement, (vii) the effect of the announcement or pendency of the transaction on Xos’ business relationships, operating results, and business generally, (viii) risks that the proposed transaction disrupts current plans and operations of Xos and potential difficulties in Xos employee retention as a result of the transaction, (ix) the outcome of any legal proceedings that may be instituted against Xos or against NextGen related to the Merger Agreement or the proposed transaction, (x) the ability to maintain the listing of NextGen’s securities on a national securities exchange, (xi) the price of NextGen’s securities may be volatile due to a variety of factors, including changes in the competitive and regulated industries in which NextGen plans to operate or Xos operates, variations in operating performance across competitors, changes in laws and regulations affecting NextGen’s or Xos’ business, Xos’ inability to implement its business plan or meet or exceed its financial projections and changes in the combined capital structure, (xii) the ability to implement business plans, forecasts, and other expectations after the completion of the proposed transaction, and identify and realize additional opportunities, and (xiii) the risk of downturns and a changing regulatory landscape in the highly competitive electric vehicle industry. The foregoing list of factors is not exhaustive. You should carefully consider the foregoing factors and the other risks and uncertainties described in the “Risk Factors” section of NextGen’s registration statement on Form S-1 (File No. 333-248921), the registration statement on Form S-4 discussed above, the proxy statement/prospectus included therein and other documents filed or that may be filed by NextGen from time to time with the SEC. These filings identify and address other important risks and uncertainties that could cause actual events and results to differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date they are made. Readers are cautioned not to put undue reliance on forward-looking statements, and Xos and NextGen assume no obligation and do not intend to update or revise these forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events, or otherwise. Neither Xos nor NextGen gives any assurance that either Xos or NextGen, or the combined company, will achieve its expectations.