This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including a series of Tesla recalls that are not really recalls, Ford makes a fascinating comment on Tesla, Nikola Motors is in troubles again, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla’s heat pump problem causing loss of heat explained in new NHTSA recall
- Tesla is asked to disable Boombox feature when in drive, NHTSA deems it a safety risk
- Ford CEO: We would rival Tesla right now if we were producing enough electric vehicles
- Tesla loses Roadster chief engineer behind several important vehicle programs to Ford
- Tesla is ‘feverishly’ working on new Roadster that will be an ‘exciting flying machine,’ says chief designer
- President Biden finally acknowledges Tesla as ‘America’s largest EV maker,’ calming Elon Musk fans
- Here’s the DFEH lawsuit against Tesla, and it’s way more serious than the company made it sound
- Tesla gets all its Supercharger cables stolen at brand new station
- Nikola Motors (NKLA) loses its whole supply chain leadership, puts hiring freeze as situation looks dire
- Biden announces $5 billion over 5 years for a nationwide EV charging network
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