This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including the Tesla Cybertruck delay, the Model Y coming to Europe, and the proposed $40,000 price cap on electric cars to get the $7,500 tax credit.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla finally confirms Cybertruck electric pickup is delayed to 2022
- Tesla claims 92% battery cell material recovery in new recycling process
- Tesla pushes new Model 3 Standard Range Plus orders to 2022
- Tesla apologizes for new Model S delays, but some worrying things are going on
- Elon Musk puts Renesas and Bosch on blast for Tesla’s ‘extreme supply chain limitations’
- Tesla starts giving back Supercharger access to salvaged vehicles
- Tesla files to produce 5 more versions of Model Y at Gigafactory Shanghai, some for export
- Tesla aims to start Model Y production at Gigafactory Berlin in October, pending govt approval
- US Senate puts $40,000 cap on price of electric cars that qualify for EV tax credit ahead of reform
- GM teases Chevy Silverado electric pickup with 4-wheel steering
- Mercedes-Benz launches EQS electric sedan for $100,000
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