This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including Tesla solar roof finally being installed at customer homes, more autonomous driving vehicle news, Model 3 production still under a microscope, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla (TSLA) stock loses over $4 billion in value in one day over a series of bad news
- A look at latest Tesla solar roof tile installation
- A first look at the ‘Tesla house of the future’ with solar roof and Powerwall batteries
- Waymo and Jaguar unveil new self-driving and all-electric I-Pace
- Tesla Model X fatal crash is now under investigation over potential use of Autopilot and ‘post-crash fire’
- Tesla elaborates on details and potential cause of fatal Model X crash under investigation
- First look at Tesla’s latest Autopilot (2.5) computer in Model 3, S, and X vehicles
- First look at Tesla’s new navigation engine
- Tesla launches a new education program to train a new generation of electric car technicians
- Tesla says Model 3 production at ‘over 200 units per day’, pushing to get to 2,500 units/week, says report
- Tesla sends out massive batch of Model 3 invites to Canadian reservation holders
- SF Motors unveils all-electric SUVs with powertrain from Tesla co-founder to be produced at former Hummer factory
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