Mercedes-Benz gave a preview of its upcoming EQS electric sedan with the concept vehicle and a pre-production prototype this week in Los Angeles.
Unfortunately we couldn’t make it to the event, but Mercedes-Benz was nice enough to send us a lot of pictures of the new vehicle.
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Tesla released a blog post to defend itself against claims of “unintended acceleration” that is being reviewed by NHTSA. The automaker says that the petition was started by a TSLA short seller who is betting against the company. expand full story
While you might not think of January as prime electric scooter season, that hasn’t stopped three big electric scooter companies from rolling out new models. Or running generous sales.
Tesla is partnering with Baidu to provide map services in China as the automaker is increasing its presence in the market and trying to adapt its offering. expand full story
Global auto sales dipped to about 90 million last year. That’s down from more than 94 million in 2018, and 95 million the year before. Even as forecasters point to continued declines in the overall auto market in 2020, we’re already seeing signs that electric-vehicle sales are set for a steep rise.
Following a successful pilot across several cities, Amazon India has announced that by 2025, its delivery fleet will include 10,000 electric vehicles.
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Tesla Model X has become the new official vehicle to transport NASA astronauts on the upcoming SpaceX missions to the International Space Station. expand full story
In a Tokyo press conference today, Subaru outlined its long-term plans for technology development and reducing carbon emissions. The company will continue to “evolve” core technologies, like its Boxer internal-combustion engines. Reuters also reports that Subaru is strengthening ties with Toyota on developing new technologies. That could result in a new co-developed all-electric SUV – but not until 2025.