We borrowed a Tesla Model Y this past weekend and we had a good time. My 4.5 year old probably liked it the most; with the games, the light show, the PA system, and the tooting noises. I enjoyed the ease of charging and the self-driving features. Now, does my wife want one? $12,500 in tax credits is quite appealing.

News time.

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Electric Rolls

What is the name of the first fully electric vehicle from Rolls-Royce?

  1. Illusion
  2. Vision
  3. Spectre
  4. Phantom

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Top EV/AV News Stories

  1. With ten vans planned for deployment by year-end, Volkswagen is introducing its first self-driving program in Austin, Texas, utilizing the ID Buzz electric vans, marking the German automaker’s entry into the autonomous vehicle market.
  2. Fisker reported production numbers for Q2, revealing that they built 1,022 Ocean electric SUVs during that period.
  3. With the F-150 Lightning and Mustang Mach-E driving growth, Ford’s EV sales have surged, including a 110 percent increase in Mustang Mach-E sales in June.
  4. Notifying the EPA, it was conveyed that the United States has the possibility of achieving a complete shift to electric vehicles by 2030, although a satisfactory outcome for Tesla would be 69% of new car sales being electric.
  5. Expanding charging options for its customers, Mercedes-Benz is now providing access to the Tesla Supercharger network in North America, in addition to building its own High-Power Charging Network.
  6. Audi plans to begin manufacturing electric vehicles in Mexico, joining other major carmakers in increasing EV production. An announcement is scheduled for July 18 at its plant in San Jose Chiapa, Puebla, with a goal to have all global production sites, including Mexico, produce at least one EV by 2030.
  7. Mahindra & Mahindra, the biggest maker of sports utility vehicles in India based on revenue, is engaged in advanced talks with British International Investment and other global investors to secure funding of up to $605 million for its EV division.

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