Toyota is making the news again, and not for a good reason– the Japanese automaker recently sided with several others to oppose better MPG standards for gasoline-powered vehicles in the U.S. While it has been paying lip service to the environmentally conscious and touting its own dedication to the electrification …Read More »
What’s the Holdup with Tesla’s Semi Truck?
While we initially expected to see the Tesla Semi go into production in 2019, we discovered earlier this year that the project had been pushed back until 2020. Now it looks like the Tesla Semi is facing another delay, or at least a throttling of full production: the electric car …Read More »
BMW Refuses to Compete with Tesla
BMW has been in the news this week with some updates on some of their electric car offerings, but none of them are particularly awe-inspiring. Tesla, meanwhile, revealed some updates that look to increase both power and range of several already record-breaking models. In a BMW vs Tesla comparison, the …Read More »
Why VW CEO’s Comments About Tesla are So Crucial
It is not often that competitors compliment each other in the auto industry, but it looks like Tesla and Volkswagen are doing just that. After a tweet last month by Tesla CEO Elon Musk praising the progress Volkswagen is making in electrification, Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess returned the favor last …Read More »
Is Tesla’s New Solar Roof For You?
Tesla’s solar business has been rather lackluster ever since its launch in 2016, and some feared that the project might be dead in the water. Last week’s Q3 2019 update and subsequent conference call revealed just the opposite, however; Tesla CEO Elon Musk has unveiled the newest iteration of Tesla’s …Read More »