In this week’s top stories: Model 3 sightings, next-gen Tesla Roadster rumors, Fisker‘s all-electric claims, Model X becomes the highest safety rated SUV ever, Autopilot 2.0 and Autopark, and much more.
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This week we get started with the latest Tesla Model 3 photos showing the clearest view yet of the cockpit and steering wheel as well as folded back seats. Talk of the next-gen Tesla Roadster arrives as Musk considers a 0-60 mph target under 2-seconds. A first drive with Autopilot 2.0’s new ‘silky smooth’ control algorithm and Autopark. And Model X officially becomes the highest safety rated SUV by a significant margin.
Audi teases Tesla and Elon Musk in a new ad for its upcoming electric vehicle. We take a look at Fisker’s unbelievable claims about its upcoming all-electric car. And GM announces completed production of 130 autonomous Chevy Bolt EVs as it lists the vehicle’s battery pack at $15,734.29 – $262/kWh.
These and the rest of this week’s top stories below:
- New Tesla Model 3 photos show us the clearest view yet of the cockpit/steering wheel
- Tesla Roadster next-gen: Musk considers 0-60 mph target under 2-second
- Tesla notifies Model 3 reservation holders of upcoming test drives in ‘late 2017’
- Tesla Model 3 spotted with folded back seats
- Tesla Model X officially becomes highest safety rated SUV (by significant margin)
- Tesla’s new batches of used cars are selling ludicrously fast
- Tesla adds a deadline to its ‘free Supercharging’ on future car purchases by owners
- Audi teases Tesla and Elon Musk in a new billboard ad for upcoming electric vehicle
- Video: Audi’s ‘Tesla competitor’ e-tron Sportback concept spotted on a garage roof in Hamburg
- A look at Fisker’s unbelievable claims about its upcoming all-electric car with ‘over 400 miles
- Hong Kong went from electric vehicle ‘beacon city’ to a complete stop of EV sales last month
- Audi previews new electric car factory: ‘Electric motors instead of internal combustion engines
- First impression: the little 2017 Renault Zoe guillotines the competition
- GM lists the price of the Chevy Bolt EV’s battery pack at $15,734.29 – $262/kWh
- GM announces completed production of 130 autonomous Chevy Bolt EVs
- First drive with Tesla Autopilot 2.0’s new ‘silky smooth’ control algorithm and Autopark
- Tesla has opened the floodgates of Autopilot data gathering
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