Monthly Archives: May 2018

Tesla Model 3 base version looming as Elon Musk unveils AWD and Performance specs

After a long, agonizing wait (at least for a reservation holder like myself), Elon Musk has finally provided some details of the upcoming dual motor all-wheel-drive and Performance versions of the Tesla Model 3, in a series of tantalising updates … Continue reading

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Audi’s 2025 electrification plans give way to Tesla’s dominance

Audi Group held their annual general meeting this week on Wednesday. As expected, the company provided news on their long-term plan for cars’ electrification. It was an interesting update and a significant one: four new full electric production models will … Continue reading

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Tesla celebrates progress with new short Youtube video

Tesla has just released a new video, almost a teaser, seemingly meant to celebrate the company’s achievements and progress to date. It’s sure to cause a lot of buzz among Tesla enthusiasts (and detractors!), as it shows what looks like … Continue reading

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BMW’s iX3 and electrification strategy: too little too late?

The BMW iX3 electric concept car was finally unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show (Auto China 2018) last week. The long touted prototype of BMW’s first electric SUV – derived entirely from the conventional X3 model and expected for sale … Continue reading

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