Electric Cars

By Joey Klender Posted on July 23, 2021 Rivian has announced another successful private funding round led by Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund, D1 Capital Partners, Ford Motor Company, along with funds and accounts advised by T. Rowe Price. Third Point, Fidelity Management and Research, Dragoneer Investment Group, and Coatue participated in the second investment round
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In today’s Electrek Green Energy Brief (EGEB): 68% of Americans support a spend of $20-$25 billion to adopt electric school buses. Let’s adopt more. New York State announces $52 million for community solar projects for underserved communities. UnderstandSolar is a free service that links you to top-rated solar installers in your region for personalized solar
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Volkswagen’s sporty new version of the ID.4 electric SUV – the GTX – is now available to order in the UK with prices starting at £48,510. The go-faster model will be available in a choice of two variants, with the standard GTX model joined by the more comprehensively equipped GTX Max. Both cars come with
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Elon Musk announced that Tesla Vision would soon detect turn signals on other vehicles, hazard lights, police and ambulance lights, and even hand gestures. The move comes as the automaker tries to cover every possible driving situation on the road to delivering a full self-driving system. As we reported on Saturday, Tesla finally released its
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Elon Musk has now put an official date on Tesla launching its ‘mind-blowing’ Full Self-Driving Beta v9 software update. It should come on Saturday if it’s not again delayed. Tesla Full Self-Driving Beta v9 Tesla is currently testing the “feature complete” version of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) package in beta with a few thousand customers
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Autogefühl recently had an opportunity to test drive the all-new Hyundai Ioniq 5 (AWD version) in Spain and the overall impressions from the review are quite positive. The car is very good hardware-wise, which includes steering, suspension, acceleration, calmness (good noise insulation) and strong regenerative braking for single-pedal driving. It’s simply fun to drive. Since
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