This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including Tesla buying a new battery technology, Model 3 price reduction, the Model 3 European launch, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla acquires ultracapacitor and battery manufacturer for over $200 million
- Tesla’s newly acquired battery tech could result in more power, longer range, and more durability
- Tesla reduces Model 3 price, now starts at $42,900 before incentives
- Tesla Model 3 comes to Europe with first massive shipment arriving at Zeebrugge port
- Tesla starts Model 3 deliveries in Europe, with some delays
- Tesla Model 3 reaches new record charge rate of 126 kW – faster on CCS than Superchargers
- Tesla is setting up casting lines in Gigafactory 1 ahead of Model Y production
- Tesla reopens Amazon store again after weird launch [Updated]
- Tesla reaches deal with Electrify America to deploy Powerpacks at over 100 charging stations
- Study shows electric cars lose 41% of range in ‘icy temperature’, Tesla disputes the claim
- Republican senators push new bill to kill electric vehicle tax credit completely and add new EV tax
- Volkswagen wants other automakers to use its MEB electric platform
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