This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including the launch of the new Porsche Taycan, Tesla moving into battery cell manufacturing, Ford F-150 electric pickup truck timeline, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Porsche unveils Taycan electric car: up to 280 miles of range and as stunning as the concept
- Tesla to bring Model S to Nürburgring race track, presumably to beat Porsche Taycan
- Tesla confirms battery cell manufacturing in job listing, also new location in Colorado?
- First look at Tesla’s new Model 3 vegan steering wheel — spoiler: it looks the same
- Tesla is developing new futuristic-looking electromagnetic wipers
- Ford is bringing all-electric F150 pickup to market ‘before 2022’
- Ford releases first pictures of Mustang-inspired electric crossover prototypes
- VW to start offering electric conversion of classic Beetles, unveils first prototype
- VW has already produced 400 ID.3 electric cars, volume production starts in November
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