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Tesla Model 3
The mass market electric car by Tesla is here ⚡️🚘

Tesla Model 3 is Elon Musk's newest, mass-market electric vehicle.

The $35000 model 3 is finally out now! Read the blog post: https://www.tesla.com/blog/35000-tesla-model-3-available-now

16 Alternatives to Tesla Model 3

The safest, and most comfortable truck ever made

​The Tesla Semi is the safest, most comfortable truck ever. Four independent motors provide maximum power and acceleration and require the lowest energy cost per mile.

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The Verge
The Tesla semi truck is a hulking and menacing hauler, with the presence of Darth Vader lurking from above when cast in the black hue, or more like an apparition in metallic silver-white. In other words, exactly what we expect to see from Tesla, as they attempt to make a semi truck that lives up to the brand's DNA of making the future seem cool.
TechCrunch
Tesla has unveiled its all-electric semi truck, aptly dubbed the 'Tesla Semi,' as promised, and the resulting Class 8 transport vehicle is indeed a sight to behold. It boasts a considerable charge capacity, and has a very aesthetically distinct look, as you can see, which will obviously help it stand out from other commercial freight vehicles on the road.
TechCrunch
Tesla founder Elon Musk revealed at the Tesla Semi unveil that the truck can work in a convoy mode, with a three-truck convoy beating not only traditional diesel trucking, but also rail transport in terms of a cost per mile price.
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Tesla Roadster is the fastest production car ever made. It accelerates from 0 to 60 in 1.9 seconds, has a top speed of over 250 mph, and a massive 620-mile battery range. Watch the video. The star of the show was Tesla's electric truck.Tesla Semi gets 500 miles of range, has 4 motors, and enhanced autopilot as standard.
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The new SUV by Tesla starting at $39K ⚡

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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TechCrunch
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.
11 Alternatives to Tesla Model Y

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
15 Alternatives to Faraday Future FF91

A list of the most exciting products shaping our future 🖖

FutureList is a curated list of the most exciting products, inventions, and people shaping our future.

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Bloomberg.com
What's the future done for you lately? Our hoverboards don't hover, our Roombas are no Rosie the Robot, and almost half a century after Neil Armstrong became the first person to walk on the moon, the U.S. relies on Russia to get to space.
8 Alternatives to FutureList

Polestar's first all electric vehicle

The Polestar 2 is an avant-garde 5-door fastback, packed with distinctive design flourishes. A hollow, hexagonal gear shifter with an illuminated Polestar in the centre. Rear lights which stretch the entire width of the car.

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The Verge
The first all-electric car from Volvo Cars is here. Polestar, the performance sub-brand that was spun out of Volvo in 2017, announced its second car on Wednesday, the aptly named Polestar 2. Billed as a competitor to Tesla's Model 3, the electric sedan will combine might with smarts, as it will be the first car to feature Google's new native version of Andro… See more
TechCrunch
Volvo's standalone electric performance brand Polestar introduced Wednesday its first all-electric vehicle - a five-door fastback that is gunning for the Tesla Model 3. In the past few years, every time an electric vehicle - concept, prototype, or production version - has been unveiled, the term &#...
6 Alternatives to Polestar 2

Control your Tesla from you Mac's menu bar.

Valet for Tesla gives you the convenience of the mobile app right in your Mac’s menu bar. Quickly view charge status and remaining range right in your menu bar. A single click brings you to a beautiful clean interface, allowing control of all aspects of your car.

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YouTube
Buying a Model S, X or Model 3? Use our owner referral code to get 6 months of free Supercharging!! http://ts.la/trevor41818 See more
8 Alternatives to Valet for Tesla

Travel with zero carbon emissions

Today, transportation is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. offCents is an app that automatically detects your travel, calculates CO2 emissions, and allows you to effortlessly purchase carbon offsets 1 pound at a time. Users also receive points for their offsets redeemable for rewards!

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Volkswagen's electric dune buggy

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.
5 Alternatives to I.D Buggy

Pinnfarina's 1'900 horse-power electric hypercar

The world’s first fully-electric luxury hypercar, extreme levels of technology and functional design lie beneath the Battista’s exterior, supporting the delivery of crazy performance for a road car. Power and torque are 1,900 bhp and 2,300 Nm respectively,

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CNBC
Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images An Italian specialist carmaker unveiled an all-electric car that it claims can reach 180 miles per hour (mph) in less time than an F-16 jet. Automobili Pininfarina debuted its Battista "hypercar" at the Geneva International Motor Show on Tuesday.
Futurism
OVERDRIVE (@odmag) March 5, 2019 The "Formula 1-inspired hypercar" is being hailed as "the most powerful road-legal car ever designed and built in Italy," by its creators, and is slated to arrive in 2020. That's all thanks to the electric drivetrain: "a feat that would simply be impossible to achieve with internal combustion technology," according the compan… See more
The Verge
After months of teasing, Italian automotive design-outfit-turned-manufacturer Pininfarina has revealed its first car, the Battista. It's a sleek $2.6 million hypercar with power that lives up to its brawny-sounding name, and it's sure to blow nearly any other car in the world off the asphalt, all without using a drop of gas.
5 Alternatives to Battista

Aston Martin's new hypercar

Project 003 now named AM-RB 003 is the latest hypercar coming from Aston Martin.
Following 2 previous models, this concept car, featuring a hybrid turbo V6 engine, lets you use your smartphone as the car display

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The Verge
Supercars and hypercars are all about speed, and one of the tried and true ways to generate speed is to cut out as much weight as possible. This is a huge focus of Aston Martin's new AM-RB 003 hypercar - so much so that the company isn't even including a dashboard touchscreen.
4 Alternatives to AM-RB 003

A new warp-charge, electric car from One Plus 🚗⚡️

One Plus just announced their brand new warp-drive enabled, electric car, allowing you to go from LA to Las Vegas in a single 20 minute charge

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Mashable
If Apple won't do it, someone else will. Smartphone maker OnePlus has posted a teaser for an upcoming electric car called Warp - presumably after the company's fast battery-charging tech. The company accompanied the announcement with a short teaser video, and by the looks of it, it appears that the OnePlus car will consist of many, many curves and little els… See more
The Indian Express
It's April Fools' Day and once again, tech companies are trying to convince audiences around the world that their jokes are funny. From the OnePlus Warp Car to Google's bending spoon, here's a round-up of the April Fools' Day jokes so far.
6 Alternatives to OnePlus Warp Car

World-class cybersecurity for connected cars 🚗

Blackberry Jarvis is a new cloud-based tool that can scan the complex software required for modern connected and autonomous cars.

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CNBC
Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images BlackBerry has launched a cybersecurity software aimed at protecting driverless cars. The product which was released on Monday and is called Jarvis identifies vulnerabilities in software used in cars. Jarvis scans and delivers insights in minutes, a process that would normally take a large number of experts and a … See more
Engadget
Jarvis scans automotive binary code to identify security vulnerabilities in the software used in modern and upcoming cars, much of which is written by third-party suppliers. Blackberry claims it can scan and deliver insights in minutes, reducing the time in one case study from more than 30 days to seven minutes.
16 Alternatives to Blackberry Jarvis

Aston Martin's first venture into electric cars. ⚡️

Rapide E has been designed to enhance and build on the feel, character and delivery of the V12-engine Rapide AMR. To ensure this, meticulous attention has been paid to the development and tuning of both the electric powertrain and the chassis

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Engadget
The battery pack is sitting directly in place of the usual fuel engine, and can charge at a rate of up to 300 range-miles per hour when connected to an outlet that can deliver 100kW or higher.
The Verge
The first all-electric Aston Martin has finally been revealed, nearly four years after it was originally announced. Based on the existing combustion-engine Aston Martin Rapide sedan, the "Rapide E" officially debuted at the Shanghai Auto Show on Tuesday. Only 155 will be made, and Aston Martin didn't announce a price for the car.
5 Alternatives to Aston Martin Rapide E
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