In this week’s top stories: Tesla’s ‘Model 3 part 2’ announcement brings fully self-driving hardware to all its production cars, Tesla/SolarCity announces new Gigafactory-like deals with Panasonic, and we tell you about the largest solar power plant in the world being proposed in Nevada. 

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Tesla’s big product unveil this week means every car off its line is now equipped with its full self-driving hardware. We took a look at the new Autopilot hardware suite that includes 8 cameras, 1 radar, ultrasonics and a new supercomputer.

BMW, Audi and others partner to roll out new ‘ultra-fast 350 kW charging stations’ for EVs in Europe.

Tesla announces new deals with Panasonic to manufacture solar panels at the SolarCity Buffalo plant. And it also schedules a special upcoming event for January 4, 2017 at the Gigafactory.

These and the rest of this week’s top EV and solar news below:

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