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Remember, Tesla Is Both An Auto Manufacturer AND An Auto Dealer
t seems to be a monthly occurrence now — Tesla changes prices, people freak out, some media outlets write about it, and then everyone assumes nothing will change again for years (or something like that).
Lexus developing electric-car platform, considering in-wheel motors
Last month, Toyota announced it was teaming up with Subaru to develop a dedicated electric platform for a new SUV. Now the company's luxury division has told Digital Trends that it is also developing a new all-electric architecture for a future model.
Fiat investing US$788 million to build electric 500
Fiat announced mid-July it was investing US$788 million into its Mirafiori plant in Turin, Italy in order to build a battery electric (BEV) version of its 500 city car.
LG Chem is working on a potential new billion-dollar US battery cell factory for electric cars
LG Chem, one of the leading producers of Li-Ion battery cells for electric cars, is working on a potential new billion-dollar US battery cell factory.
Volkswagen tests AI-informed design process to cut weight—and flaunt it
Electric vehicle makers face a weight dilemma. Shoppers want more range, and each extra kilowatt-hour of lithium-ion battery-pack capacity adds as much weight as carrying 2 or 3 gallons of extra gasoline around all the time. Yet the more a vehicle weighs, the more energy it takes to move it and its occupants from place to place.