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Tesla is launching today two new aftermarket accessories for Model S and Model X vehicles and they are not cheap. expand full story

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Tesla has reduced the price of the Model Y starting price below $50,000 and it has updated the Performance version. expand full story

Below we go hands-on with the Bluetti AC200 – a new 1700Wh capacity power station with continuous AC output up to 2000w, a solar charging input, and much more. You can order the AC200 for a special preorder price this month ahead of its retail launch in the coming months. Head below to check out the video.

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Whether or not electric bicycles actually provide decent exercise is a hotly debated topic. But while we can argue back and forth all day, there’s no substitute for hard facts and real data. So I put my e-bike (and myself) to the test!

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  • The latest IUCN Red List of Threatened Species has been released, identifying the species most at risk of extinction.
  • Vermont becomes the first state in the US to pass a ban on food waste.
  • Colorado State University raises its 2020 hurricane forecast in July from 19 named storms up to 20.
  • And more…

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July 10

Elon Musk is hyping up the upcoming German-built Tesla Model Y, which he claims is going to be “a revolution in automotive body engineering.” expand full story

After several delays, Tesla has now announced an official date for Battery Day and its annual shareholder meeting. expand full story

This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including Tesla (TSLA) stock craziness ensuing, Tesla Terafactory Austin, new electric cars, and more.

Sponsored by Bluetti: ​​Order the new Bluetti AC200 2000W/1700Wh power station for a special pre-order price.

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that the automaker might design and engineer a small electric hatchback in Germany. expand full story

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