Stand and Deliver: Elon Musk Hands Off First Tesla Model 3 Production Cars

Eleven years ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan. In it, Musk laid out the vision for his upstart electric car company: Build an electric sports car (the Tesla Roadster), use the profits “to build an affordable car” (which became Models S and X), and use that money to make “an even more […]

Australia to build superhighway for EVs beside Great Barrier Reef

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Internal Combustion: Is The Writing On The Wall?

None of us are naive enough to think that the day of the EV will never come, but today petrolheads here in the UK the whole discussion became a bit more real. The UK government has just announced, as part of its policy to cut air pollution, that it’s putting forward a proposal to the […]

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Return of the Mini E? Mini to Produce Electric Vehicle in 2019

Mini is no stranger to electric vehicles. Notably, the British brand previously built the Mini E battery-electric vehicle almost a decade ago. Based on the Mini  Cooper Hardtop, the 201-hp E was deemed a “pilot project” by the British brand and was available strictly as a lease. It required a great deal of compromise compared […]