Tesla, Model 3

Electric vehicles and transportation, in general, are advancing rapidly. Major automakers are now participating in what was once considered an obscure niche in the automobile market. Last week, Tesla released its latest electric vehicle, the Model 3. Many believe this new car will usher in the era of mainstream electric vehicles. But others harbor doubts about […]

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Faraday Future’s FF91

Whether it’s Lucid Motors’ impressive 100K luxury electric sedan, Fisker’s self-driving EMotion EV, or even Jaguar’s virtual reality unveiling of its I-Pace SUV, 2016 has been quite the year for electric vehicles. No wonder Las Vegas’ 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a much-anticipated event, especially for those interesting in checking out the latest EV […]

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Featured in a recent TechCrunch article, Volkswagen has unveiled a new self-driving electric vehicle (EV) concept car at the Paris Motor show. VW’s EV prototype will be on display at this year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit from January 8th-22nd.

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As it stands right now, lithium-ion batteries are the most cost-effective solution to further Tesla’s electric car master plan. On the heels of its July Model 3 launch, Tesla has opened its $5 Billion Gigafactory. With battery cell production set to start in 2017 and Model 3 orders estimated at 500,000 units per year, Tesla […]

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Fisker, Inc. has just unveiled drawings of its Emotion EV prototype that is set to challenge Tesla’s Model S and Model 3 electric sedans. With a top speed of 161 mph (260 km/h) and an all-electric range of 400 miles (640 km), CEO Henrik Fisker has certainly grabbed the attention of Tesla’s Elon Musk.

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