This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including Tesla officially launching the Model 3 2021 refresh, efficiency package across Tesla’s lineup, a possible price war with Lucid, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla officially launches Model 3 2021 refresh with more range and features
- Tesla update lets you lock Sentry Mode/TeslaCam storage in glovebox
- Tesla gives Model X range increase with 2021 version
- Tesla gives big range increase to Model S Performance
- Tesla boosts Model Y range
- Tesla (TSLA) slashes Model S price, now starts at just $71,990
- Lucid confirms base Air at $69,900 — beating Tesla by just 4 miles
- Tesla to reduce Model S price again as Elon Musk takes shot at Lucid
- Tesla starts production of 7-seater Model Y electric SUV with third row next month
- Elon Musk mentions Tesla electric bus in tweet but quickly deletes it
- Tesla to release ‘Full Self-Driving Beta’ to some customers next week
- Tesla cancels its ballsy ‘no questions asked’ 7-day return policy
- GM Cruise gets greenlight to operate true driverless Chevy Bolt EVs
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