This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including Tesla shutting down Model S and Model X production shutdown, battery cost falling under $100 per kWh, Toyota missing the boat on EV, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla announces extended Model S/X production shutdown, hinting at design refresh
- Tesla announces new CCS charging adapter but North America launch still unclear
- Tesla is upgrading Model 3 and Model Y headlights with more powerful and precise beam
- Electric vehicle battery cost officially dips under critical $100/kWh price point but there’s a catch
- Amazon’s Zoox unveils its autonomous electric vehicle with massive battery pack
- Subaru announces all-electric Forester-size vehicle and you won’t believe when it’s coming
- Toyota CEO shows lack of vision, spreads EV misinformation, and spells the end for the automaker
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