...Which Newsom Says Can Reopen "Next Week"
Update 5/10/2020 8AM EST: As he stated he was going to do yesterday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk filed an 18-page lawsuit that asked a federal judge to allow him to re-open his factory in Fremont.
Tesla's Head of Europe has left the company after "disputes" with CEO Elon Musk, according to several media reports.
Sandy Munro indicated that every OEM (original equipment maker) in Japan and most in China and Korea are buying his teardown reports on Tesla electric cars. Sandy only sold one of his reports in the USA. Many US makers have not been serious about mak
They abstain from the ganja this time, but the talk is still interesting and insightful, if a bit more restrained.
From cameras to radar and GPS to ultrasonic sensors, today's autonomous vehicles use a range of technologies to navigate the world around them.
Ford Motor Co. announced it has hired Colonel Gil Gur Arie, a "former" leader of Israel's military intelligence corps, the super elite Unit 8200, to oversee its big-data analytics as the automaker moves to connect all its cars to the internet:
Tesla is preparing to restart some car production in Fremont according to The Chronicle. The planned reopening of some production lines is between now and next week.
Here's an over-the-top example of what the Tesla Cybertruck would look like in tactical form.
Let us take a look at Ford Motors versus Tesla.
The city of Portland, Oregon will ban cars from 100 miles of roadway in order to encourage social distancing for people walking, biking or running during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tesla reported first-quarter profits despite the coronavirus and shutdowns of factories.
You can build anything on the back, from a camper to a bucket truck.
We found the perfect handicap to match up these two EVs.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) this week ordered the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to develop a comprehensive cleaning plan, which includes nightly cleanings, for New York City subway trains...
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Is an over-levered car-rental business "essential"?
There's giant Jenga and then there's GIANT Jenga. This game of Jenga includes a lot of friends, a Tesla Model X, some gambling of sorts, and a ton of high-speed pulls. It looks like a ton of fun, doesn't it?
The prize includes $32,000 cash for taxes.
Autonomous driving tech company AutoX has partnered with the Alibaba Group's Amap mobility platform to offer folks in Shanghai the option to hail a ride in an AutoX RoboTaxi.
Back in 2016, the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory developed a 20-kW wireless charger for electric vehicles with a reported 90 percent efficiency. That was for passenger EVs, and now researchers have successfully tested a syste
Subprime car lenders report a sharp drop in auto loan payments. In a sign of upcoming trouble, Subprime Car Buyers Miss Loan Payments.
If there are two forms of transportation that millionaires like, those would be Learjets and limos – the one-off "Learmousine" is a mix of both. Should your pockets be as deep as it is long, the bizarre vehicle could soon be yours.
When you think of dragsters as well as gob-smacking acceleration and speed you also think of apoplectic engine roar and flames being thrown in all directions from high-octane machines.
Direct-drive in-wheel motors
This is not your average BMW X6 though. This one is special and it's purely electric.
You need to exit through the window to make it work though. A word of warning...this is NSFW.
Sandry Munro said rear-facing seats would be the way to go.
The electric automaker could face very difficult times ahead.
But the coronavirus will push first deliveries back by a month.