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Tesla Model 3 Gets Certified In Australia, Orders Should Open Soon

On Friday, Tesla received notification from the Australian Government that the company’s application to sell Model 3’s in Australia was approved. From looking at the application, Tesla only applied for the 1726 kg and 1856 kg weights, which correspond to the Long Range Rear Wheel Drive, Long Range All Wheel Drive, and Performance All Wheel Drive models, so the […]

Companies seek carbon tax from U.S. Congress

Representatives from more than 70 companies met with U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday to push for a tax on carbon emissions to fight climate change, and a senator said bipartisan legislation containing such a plan could be introduced in weeks. The gathering, which included PepsiCo, Johnson & Johnson, Tesla and General Mills, was the largest business […]

Tesla Thanks VW

Today was another exciting day for the electric drive aficionados. Volkswagen presented its ID. sub-brand to the world, with the first model, the ID.3, ready for reservation. The times that VW was short for VaporWare are over. My colleagues are covering everything there is to say about today’s announcement from a VW perspective. This article […]

The Tesla Model 3 is rocketing past Europe’s best-selling electric cars: analyst

The Tesla Model 3 achieved yet another milestone as it continues its international ramp. Over the first quarter, the electric sedan from Silicon Valley successfully rocketed past other popular electric cars in Western Europe, taking its place at the top of the region’s list of best-selling EVs. Berlin-based automotive industry analyst Matthias Schmidt noted that […]

Kelley Blue Book: Tesla Model 3 To Be #2 Vehicle In USA At Holding Value Over 3 Years, But There’s More

The folks at Kelley Blue Book are experts at valuing used cars and they have some interesting things to say about the prices of used electric vehicles. In general, cars with shorter range suffer far more depreciation than cars with longer range. The line of demarcation today seems to be 200 miles. Below that number, cars plummet […]