About the Author

Fred Lambert

@FredericLambert

Fred is the Editor-in-Chief and the main writer at Electrek. He mainly covers electric vehicles, autonomous cars and ride-sharing platforms.

You can read his work on Electrek, 9to5mac.com and 9to5google.com

You can contact him by email at fred@9to5mac.com or on Twitter @fredericLambert

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Yesterday

Tesla has hired the product manager behind Apple Pay to lead the Supercharger experience. What improvements would you like to see? expand full story

Fisker, Henrik Fisker’s latest electric vehicle startup, announced today that it secured $50 million in funding to try to bring its electric SUV to market. expand full story

Electric car sales are surging in the UK, led by Tesla, which still maintains strong sales in the market despite the pandemic. expand full story

Tesla’s investment in production capacity at Gigafactory Shanghai is paying off as the automaker captures a bigger chunk of the Chinese EV market, which saw sales drop in June. expand full story

Seat, a Spanish automaker owned by VW, has unveiled the production version of its stunning electric hot hatchback: Cupra el-Born. expand full story

Korea surprisingly helped Tesla beat delivery expectations with strong deliveries last month, making Model 3 one of the best-selling cars in the market. expand full story

July 7

Elon Musk’s Boring Company is launching a new competition that will see teams bore tunnels, and the goal is to beat the speed of a snail. expand full story

Today, Audi unveils the Q4 Sportsback e-tron concept, a concept vehicle on which an upcoming ~$45,000 sleek electric SUV is going to be based on. expand full story

The first picture of a Tesla Model Y and Ford Mustang Mach-E side by side has emerged and this gives us a quick size comparison in the process. expand full story

In a strange glimpse into the future, a police department in Norway is seeking Tesla owners with Sentry mode to help solve an attempted murder. expand full story

Tesla, mostly known for its electric cars, has recently revamped its solar business with new pricing and products, like the solar roof tiles, also known as Solarglass.

In this post, we look at the pricing and how to buy those products. expand full story

In an ironic turn of events, Tesla CEO Elon Musk ends up making millions of dollars from his SEC settlement over his “funding secured” tweet. expand full story

July 6

Tesla’s meteoric rise is making a lot of employees and executives very rich — but none richer than Elon Musk, who is seeing his personal wealth skyrocket. expand full story

Porsche announced that it has reached a new production milestone of its new electric Macan at its Leipzig, Germany, factory. expand full story

After the Zwickau factory, VW has started converting another of its factories from gasoline and diesel vehicle production to electric vehicle production. expand full story

Tesla’s (TSLA) stock is rallying again and pushing new all-time highs as Wall Street analysts are scrambling to adjust. expand full story

A group of companies in the UK announced that they commissioned a new Tesla Megapack project that is going to use Tesla’s new Autobidder platform. expand full story

Tesla is adding factories faster than it is adding new vehicles these days, and now Elon Musk hints at a possible new factory in in Asia, but not in China. expand full story

July 5

Tesla actually launched its own pair of short shorts, which started as a joke by Elon Musk. They are now for sale on the automaker’s website and the internet went crazy for it. expand full story

July 4

Tesla has updated its warranty for its already problematic media unit and touchscreen with a ridiculously shorter two-year or 25,000-mile limit. expand full story

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