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Ford’s Lincoln luxury brand will reportedly offer all of its vehicles in hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or all-electric versions by 2022. The plan could be laid out soon – on Oct. 3 – when Ford’s CEO Jim Hackett makes a presentation to investors. Three sources familiar with the planning shared details with Reuters, as pressure mounts […]

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The Mercedes Concept EQ A debuts next week. Although most of the excitement from Mercedes at Frankfurt Motor Show will involve AMG’s Project One hypercar, the Concept EQ A will be more attainable by general consumers. Little is still known about the Concept EQ A, but it will preview the German automaker’s entry-level electric offering […]

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British startup Alcraft Motor Company plans to launch its long-range electric luxury sedan before the end of 2019. The Alcraft GT is said to offer impressive range and performance through an advanced electric powertrain and lightweight body. The company claims it will be able to travel 200 to 250 miles on a single charge, over […]

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Tesla is leading U.S. electric vehicle sales, striding forward in Europe and China, and not spending any real money on advertising. How is that done? Automotive News did a think piece exploring the question. Word-of-mouth referrals and free media coverage are getting the word out on the electric carmaker, and it led to over 500,000 […]

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The Chevy Bolt beat the Tesla Model S 75D and its own U.S Environmental Protection Agency rating in driving range. Consumer Reports took a Chevy Bolt and a Tesla Model S out on the highway for test drives. The Bolt won with 250 miles of range versus 235 miles for the Model S 75D; and […]

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Consumer Reports has officially reinstated the Tesla Model S to it top safety rating ranking for fixing its emergency braking system. The consumer safety magazine had taken the Model S off that list in April after reviewing the vehicle and finding that Tesla’s software update for the automotive emergency braking (AEB) wasn’t adequate. The latest […]

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A Tesla driver who initially blamed its Autopilot semi-autonomouus system for a collision that injured five people has had a change of mind. The driver is David Clark, 58, and news this week quickly went out that he’d assigned responsibility to the car’s technology for the rollover last Saturday night in Hawick, Minn. The 2016 […]

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General Motors has extended a shutdown of the plant building the Chevy Bolt in a move to trim an oversupply of GM vehicles. The Detroit automaker saw its overall new vehicle inventory hit a 10-year high in June. Promises were made to investors to scale it down from a steep 105 days supply to 70 […]

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Tesla opened its first retail store and service center in Dubai yesterday, expanding its presence in the Middle East. Located on Sheikh Zayed Road, a major highway in the United Arab Emirates, visitors got to walk through the 17,000 square foot facility, check out the Model S and Model X, and place orders for the […]

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Tesla is adding more service resources and staff for owners of its cars needing maintenance and repair. A new video showcases improvements expanding the reach and service level. These include 100 new service centers being added to the Tesla network; more than 350 new mobile units for roadside assistance; and 1,400 new trained technicians. All […]

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