This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including the unveiling of the Tesla Model 3 dual motor all-wheel-drive and performance versions, an update on Model 3 production, the specs of Rivian’s all-electric pickup truck, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla unveils faster and more powerful Model 3 dual motor AWD and Performance versions
- Tesla Model 3 Performance version ‘might’ see further increase in power output, teases Elon Musk
- Tesla cuts Model 3 delivery delays for new orders in half as production ramp improves
- Tesla sent out a massive Model 3 shipment to Canada as some US deliveries get delayed
- Tesla Model 3 shows 60-0 mph braking weakness in CR tests, Tesla fires back with own test results
- Tesla will update Model 3 firmware to fix braking calibration in ‘a few days’
- Tesla CEO Elon Musk sets March 15 as possible Model Y reveal date
- Tesla aims to release more powerful Supercharger V3 for quicker charging this summer
- Rivian to make all-electric pickup trucks with up to 450 mile range starting at $50,000 at old Mitsubishi plant
- Honda is working on affordable all-electric Fit-based car with biggest battery maker for global release
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