Electric Cars

By Eric Ralph Posted on September 15, 2021 In less than 12 hours, SpaceX will kick off a more than four-hour webcast covering Crew Dragon’s historic Inspiration4 mission – set to be the world’s first all-private orbital astronaut launch and the highest private citizens have ever flown. Safely tucked inside a once-flown orbital Dragon capsule
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By Simon Alvarez Posted on September 9, 2021 Many things are controversial about the Tesla Cybertruck. Apart from its out-of-the-box design, the vehicle’s prototype also utilizes what could very well be the most polarizing component that Tesla has released in years: the steering yoke. Elon Musk has not announced if the Cybertruck’s production version would
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Some people trade stocks, but Tesla wants to trade energy capacity. The company is building a new team of traders to do just that with its Autobidder platform. Autobidder is a real-time trading and control platform for energy assets, like Tesla’s Powerpacks, Powerwalls, and Megapacks, optimized through machine learning to better use and more directly monetize
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BMW has taken to the IAA Mobility show in Munich, Germany, to unveil two new electric motorbikes with interesting specs for their categories. Both have the same performance figures, making for a high-speed electric bicycle and a low-speed electric motorbike. The two models were technically unveiled by different divisions of BMW. BMW unveiled the i
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Genesis, Hyundai Motor Group’s luxury brand, announced its electrification plan towards zero-emissions. The company intends to focus on two types of vehicles – battery electric (BEV) and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles (FCV), while there is no word about conventional hybrids or plug-in hybrids. All new Genesis car models, launched from 2025 will be zero-emissions and as
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By Simon Alvarez Posted on September 1, 2021 The Rivian R1T recently received a glowing review, thanks to its apparent seamless combination of bleeding-edge technology and classic pickup truck capabilities. The review, which was published by automotive news outlet MotorTrend, may very well be the first of many positive responses that the R1T would receive when
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