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Tesla Model 3: Liftoff

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced today that the Model 3 passed all regulatory requirements two weeks ahead of schedule. He also stated that ‘SN1’, which many of us believe to be the first production Model 3, will be completed this Friday. With deliveries now imminent, it seems appropriate to delve into the spec sheet. Continue reading “Tesla Model 3: Liftoff”

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Innocence Lost: Hydrogen’s Dirty Secret

The majority of car manufacturers are now at least tolerating the fact that the future looks bleak for internal combustion engine. There is, however, a small stronghold for internal combustion engines. Today we look at the last fighting chance of internal combustion engines. Continue reading “Innocence Lost: Hydrogen’s Dirty Secret”

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Conflicted: Pondering the Hidden Impact of Oil

It is not an obscure fact that large amounts of the world’s oil comes from the Middle East. What isn’t necessarily well-known is what happens with the money we spend on it when it reaches their source country. Today we look at the oil supply chain, and learn where our money is really going. Continue reading “Conflicted: Pondering the Hidden Impact of Oil”

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Dieselgate: or is it a Time Portal?

German automaker Audi has unveiled their new EV factory in Brussels – part of the company’s plan to unveil a new EV every year from 2018. The Brussels facility entered the car manufacturing sector as a Studebaker assembly plant back in 1949, and will now be manufacturing the future of Audi’s brand. Continue reading “Dieselgate: or is it a Time Portal?”

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Belated: Honda’s EV program

The electric vehicle movement seems to have become somewhat of a juggernaut – with Volvo, BMW, and Subaru focusing on development of electric vehicles, some of them based on their existing models. And now, introducing the new kid in town. Continue reading “Belated: Honda’s EV program”