This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including a Tesla getting new batteries with faster charging, a new Tesla Semi order, a new Tesla software update, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla (TSLA) is getting new battery cells from Panasonic with faster charging capacity
- Tesla (TSLA) receives massive new order of Tesla Semi electric trucks — biggest yet?
- Tesla releases new software update with Autopilot, Spotify app improvements, and more
- Tesla launches own tequila with crazy-looking bottle and high price tag
- Tesla starts delivering cars with TeslaCam/Sentry Mode storage device
- Tesla launches new winter tire and wheel package just in time for Model Y’s first winter
- Toyota CEO goes after Tesla and Elon Musk with strange cooking analogy
- Ford CEO: Mach-E is the first true competitor with Tesla — a Tesla is not a Mustang
- Nio unveils 100 kWh battery with cell-to-pack design and lets owners upgrade if they want
- Kandi’s small electric car to cost $7,999 in California
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