Lightning eMotors Inc. ZEV, -0.27% shares rallied 5.1% during premarket trading on Thursday. They are now poised to end a five-day loss streak after the electric vehicle manufacturer announced it would supply six electric shuttle bus to Vanderbilt University. Lightning ZEV4 shuttles will be delivered to VandyRide’s intercampus transport service in the second quarter 2023. The electric shuttles, which are based on a platform from General Motors Co., have a range of up to 130 miles. Lighting eMotors’ sales director for Eastern U.S., Jeremy Hiller said, “We believe drivers, passengers, and fleet managers will be impressed by the Lightning ZEV4’s electric performance, quiet ride, reduced maintenance and, of course, its environmental benefits.” Stocks had fallen 35.6% during a five day losing streak, the longest since a similar streak that ended on February 9, 2023. The stock had fallen 49.4% in the year-to-date period through Wednesday. Meanwhile, the Global X Autonomous & Electric Vehicles Exchange Traded Fund DRIV +0.65% and the S&P500 SPX +0.48% have both gained 16.7%.