Electric Cars

Tesla has acquired a small artificial intelligence startup called DeepScale in order to help build its self-driving technology and reach its goal of building a giant fleet of robotaxis. CNBC is reporting that Tesla has acquired DeepScale, a Bay Area-based startup that focuses on “Deep Neural Network (DNN)”. DeepScale CEO Forrest Iandola confirmed on LinkedIn
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Each month InsideEVs tracks all plug-in EV deliveries for the U.S. by automaker. What will September 2019 bring? And, so it begins with Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV sales. We’ll be reporting September 2019 EV Sales beginning Tuesday, October 1 and continuing throughout the rest of the week. Keep in mind that we’re still in the process of switching to a new, more reliable data
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The UN-supported IPCC releases a somber report about the state of our oceans. Why do so many adults find teenage activist Greta Thunberg a threat? The Covering Climate Now media project wrapped up, with some outstanding work. Philadelphia airport may have a big problem with rising waters in the near future. Florida is holding an
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The first-ever customer delivery of a fully electric MG has taken place at Bushey Heath Garage, Bushey, Hertfordshire, where Richard Jackson received the keys to his new ZS EV Exclusive in Dynamic Red. The milestone handover also marks the start of customer deliveries for ZS EV across MG’s 100-strong dealer network. Positioned as the first
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If nothing else, Tesla’s official account, videos shares, and press releases are up a notch … or 10. Well, well, well. To date, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has proven successful with promoting the company via his seemingly ever-constant Twitter engagement and substantial following (it’s important to note that his massive social media presence has also come
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Electric car charging firm IONITY is as joint venture between BMW Group, Ford, Daimler AG, and the Volkswagen Group with Porsche AG, has been joined by new shareholder Hyundai Motor Group – accelerating IONITY’s mission to make long distance EV travel across Europe a reality. The Hyundai Motor Group includes the Hyundai and Kia brands.
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By Simon Alvarez Posted on September 24, 2019 The start of Gigafactory 3’s operations appears to be drawing closer, with Tesla’s China division posting a series of new job listings directly related to the manufacture and promotion of the Model 3. Amidst these updates, footage taken of the Gigafactory 3 complex suggests that the preparations
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Months after launching its new Supercharger V3, we haven’t seen many next-generation stations from Tesla, but now we have confirmation that the automaker is bringing a Supercharger V3 to Florida. In March, Tesla launched the new version of its Supercharger to enable a new top charge rate of 250 kW. The update has been long-anticipated because Tesla has
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By Joey Klender Posted on September 18, 2019 Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that the highly-anticipated “Smart Summon” feature will be available for all Autopilot vehicles with hardware 2.0 and above. The announcement comes just nine days after Musk said that the Summon software was “almost perfect“. After Tesletter posted V10 release notes regarding
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The first results of Zap-Map’s 2019 EV Charging Survey published today reveals the top 10 UK charging networks and the factors that make for high user satisfaction. Zap-Map’s survey panel of more than 1,600 users awarded satisfaction ratings for more than 26 UK networks visited by Zap-Map users. Using a satisfaction score (0-100)[1] based on these
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In the latest step in the Environmental “Protection” Agency’s (EPA) losing battle against clean air and clean cars, the agency plans to announce a revocation of California’s well-established authority to regulate vehicle emissions tomorrow, reports Automotive News. This move is no surprise, as ever since oil industry pawn Scott Pruitt was nominated as head of the
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