This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including the Tesla Model 3 Standard Range starting to get software-locked features, Model 3 made-in-China launch, a new EV startup from Tesla’s original founder, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla starts delivering ‘Standard Range’ Model 3 at ~$35,000 with locked features
- Tesla to build Model Y in Fremont, Model S refresh September – report
- Tesla launches made-in-China Model 3 starting ~$47,500, deliveries in 6-10 months
- Tesla launches Model 3 in Australia and all other right-hand drive markets
- Tesla needs to catch up on deliveries for record quarter, focus on cost, says Elon Musk in leaked email
- Tesla CTO JB Straubel excercises ~$3 million in options as office presence called ‘scarce’
- Tesla offers way to override new charge limitation at busy Superchargers
- Tesla founder launches new electric car battery startup and there’s a twist
- GM plans own large EV charging network in the US, can’t be bothered to invest in it itself
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