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Nikola NZT
A brand new off-road electric vehicle from Nikola ⚡️
Nikola which typically deals in electric big rigs debuted their newest product the NZT. An electric off-roader, with some crazy power and a price tag of $80,000
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The Model Y has a range of 300 miles, seating for seven, is capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds, and will start at $39,000.

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Tesla is adding 2048 and Atari's Super Breakout to the list of games that drivers and passengers can play on the company's dashboard display. The company added Atari games to its slate of apps and services last August via a software update. At the time, the initial slate of games includ...
Quartz
OIf there's any doubt remaining whether the future of transportation is electric, the Model Y should dispel it. Until now, Tesla and other automakers have offered high-priced luxury vehicles, or economy-sized sedans and hatchbacks. With the release today (March 14) of the Model Y, Tesla's first compact SUV, the electric carmaker is entering one of America's … See more
The Next Web
At its launch event today, Tesla unveiled its highly anticipated Model Y compact SUV, with plans to bring it to market by next fall. The company's fifth car will be available in four configurations, and will seat seven passengers with an optional third row.
Engadget
With a an undisclosed range and starting price of the $39,000, the Model Y buts up against offerings from Kia and Hyundai. But once you start stacking features into the vehicle, it starts bleeding into the range of Audi's E-Tron and Jaguar's I-Pace. One thing it won't have are those Falcon doors found on the Model X.
WIRED
It's been a weird few weeks for Tesla. Stores opened and stores closed, a $35,000 Model 3 appeared, the SEC asked a federal judge to charge CEO Elon Musk with contempt of court. But drown it all out, folks, because tonight is about that old school Musk magic.
TechCrunch
Tesla is scheduled to reveal the Model Y - the next electric vehicle in electric automaker's lineup - tonight at an event in Los Angeles after, not months, but years of teasers and hints from CEO Elon Musk . Tesla will live stream the Model Y unveiling event at 8 pm PT via its website.
The Verge
This is the Tesla Model Y, the electric carmaker's new compact SUV due out in 2020. It has a range of 300 miles, seating for seven, is capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. It's Elon Musk's fifth car ever to hit the road, and the company's second attempt at a mass-market electric vehicle.
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FF 91 is Faraday's 1st production vehicle and flagship model. All-electric, autonomous-ready and seamlessly connected, it embodies our latest mobility advancements in performance, intelligence, and user experience.

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The Verge
Sputtering electric vehicle startup Faraday Future has fired dozens of employees who have been on unpaid leave for months, including manufacturing workers hired to staff the company's factory in Hanford, California, The Verge has learned. The workers received benefits during this furlough, which started in late 2018, and it had already been extended once alr… See more
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The Taycan is a totally new and innovative platform from Porsche, and as expected, pure emotion and maximum driving pleasure hold true as they do for any Porsche.

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Porsche introduced Monday the Taycan 4S, a third version of its all-electric vehicle. The 4S, which will offer a performance battery plus option, looks like the Taycan that Porsche unveiled in September. And indeed, inside all of the Taycans, including the 4S, are the same chassis and suspension, p...
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This car is a leap in time: the ID. BUGGY. A snap of the fingers – and suddenly it’s as if someone has catapulted the concept of the Californian dune buggies of the 60s and the associated lifestyle into the future.

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Ars Technica
In a move guaranteed to delight half of you and mortally offend the other half, Volkswagen revealed yet another electric concept car. It's called the I.D. Buggy, which is a great name because it's an electric buggy. The inspiration is, of course, the dune buggies of the 1960s, which were built from the ubiquitous VW Beetle.
The Verge
In January, Volkswagen teased a new electric dune buggy, a modern reinterpretation of the classic American dune buggies that were first created in the 1960s. Now, the battery-powered buggy is making its global debut this week at the Geneva Motor Show, and it has a name: the I.D.
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