Electric Cars

By Joey Klender Posted on November 25, 2020 Tesla has officially launched a new Battery Jobs portion of its website, inviting engineers, manufacturing, materials, equipment, and operations workers to join its monumental push toward a “terawatt-scale battery production” effort. “Tera is the new Giga,” the page’s catchphrase says. It is no secret that Tesla has
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Today at the Guangzhou Motor Show, Xpeng Motors (NYSE: XPEV), announced its next-generation autonomous driving architecture will include Lidar technology. Xpeng announced it has significantly upgraded its autonomous driving software and hardware systems for the 2021 production models making Xpeng the first car manufacturer in the world to integrate Lidar technology into production vehicles.  The
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By Joey Klender Posted on November 19, 2020 Consumer Reports dropped its recommendation of Tesla’s flagship sedan, the Model S, after the organization performed its annual Auto Reliability Survey and found issues with the vehicle’s air suspension and main computer and touchscreen controls. Additionally, the Model Y contributed to a lowering in Tesla’s reliability from
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Southern California Edison (SCE) has become the first utility to test the all-electric Freightliner eCascadia Class 8 semi truck, envisioned for production in mid-2022. SCE, which operates more than 6,200 vehicles, will use one of the pre-production prototypes from the Freightliner Customer Experience (CX) Fleet, over a three-month period “for material transport, moving heavy equipment
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Tesla has been quickly expanding its Supercharger network lately and it just reached another milestone by opening the world’s new largest Supercharger station. It is located between two of Tesla’s biggest markets. Tesla’s fleet is growing at a fast pace and the automaker is adding more electric vehicles on the road than any other automaker.
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