This week on the Electrek Podcast, we are discussing the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including Tesla being on track for record deliveries this quarter according to our latest report, Model 3 production increasing, Tesla Semi and its new competitor, and much more.
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As usual, we are going to start with our EV experiences this week. Here’s a hint at what we are going talk about:
And here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla is primed to have a stellar quarter for deliveries
- Tesla Model 3 production is increasing to 5,000 units per week, say suppliers
- Thor unveils electric semi prototype, tries to beat Tesla to market and convert other trucks to electric propulsion
- Tesla wins fight over auto dealers’ communications in Michigan – we might get to see some secrets
- Billion-dollar EV startup unveils electric SUV first photoshopped on a Mitsubishi Outlander
- Tesla releases 40% cheaper next-gen mobile connector for Model 3, S, and X
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