Electric Cars

KARMA AUTOMOTIVE DEVELOPS E-FLEX PLATFORM SOLUTION TO REVOLUTIONIZE ELECTRIC MOBILITY Karma E-Flex Platform Offers Fast-to-Market Electric Vehicle Conversions with Ease In Coming Weeks, Additional Configurations Will Emphasize Capabilities/Benefits Open Platform Partnerships Allow Manufacturers to Reduce EV Development Costs Through Use of Karma’s Innovations Irvine, Calif. (March 31, 2020) – Karma Automotive today announced the introduction
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Posted on March 24, 2020 Tesla has expanded its vehicle delivery options to adjust to the ever-changing conditions due to the coronavirus outbreak. Customers looking to take delivery of a Tesla can choose between an “Express,” “Direct Drop,” or “Tesla Direct” method. The company first rolled out its Tesla Direct program last summer as a
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By Eric Ralph Posted on March 23, 2020 OneWeb, the only pressing competitor facing SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet constellation, has reportedly begun to consider filing for bankruptcy shortly before the London-based company completed its third dedicated launch. Following the completion of its first full 34-satellite launch with a Russian Soyuz rocket on February 7th, OneWeb
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Tesla Powerwall appears to be back-ordered in several markets as home energy storage incentives, especially in California, have made the home battery pack super popular. With the introduction of Powerwall 2 in 2016, Tesla took the home energy storage business by storm with a leading cost per kWh of energy capacity. The automaker received tens
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After a confusing back and forth, Tesla has reportedly agreed to operate Fremont factory with a quarter of its workforce after negotiation with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office. The situation around Tesla’s operations in the Bay Area with the shutdown order has been confusing as authorities have sent conflicting orders, according to Tesla. Tesla Fremont
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According to the unofficial reports from China, via the Moneyball, in February 2020 only LG Chem was supplying lithium-ion batteries for the Tesla Gigafactory 3. “LG Chem supplied all Tesla Model 3 February installed batteries, #China media reports citing #auto OEM conformity certificates data.Earlier reports based on vehicle production showed Panasonic as Tesla’s Feb supplier.”
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Xpeng has secured a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) permit to test-drive its new P7 EV. Does this mean the company is getting closer to the US market? That’s the question I asked Xpeng this morning as it released the news that it secured its import permit for research purposes from the NHTSA. The 
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