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Dec 19, 2023

Tesla’s Innovative Design and Manufacturing Processes Set Them Apart in the Automotive Industry

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Tesla’s innovative design and manufacturing processes, as well as their focus on safety features, set them apart from traditional automakers and position them as a formidable competitor in the industry.

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Dec 19, 2023

Unique Cybertruck Features and Design: Off-Road Capabilities & Advanced Technology

Posted by in categories: engineering, transportation

In this very special episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, Jay is once again joined by Tesla’s Head of Design, Franz von Holzhausen who along with Tesla’s Vice President of Vehicle Engineering, Lars Moravy, bring with them this very special 2024 Tesla Cybertruck Foundation Series, aka, the CYBERBEAST!

Dec 19, 2023

Tesla removes Disney+ from vehicles amid Elon Musk’s Twitter beef with Bob Iger

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, sustainability, transportation

Tesla has removed Disney+ from some of its vehicles amid Elon Musk having an online fight with Disney CEO Bob Iger. The fight started when Disney halted its advertising on X after Musk agreed with and amplified antisemitic content, for which he eventually apologized.

Every week, there’s a new drama with Elon Musk on X, formerly known as Twitter. It sometimes indirectly affects Tesla, but this time, it affects it directly.

The current drama stems from Musk giving support to an antisemitic post on X, which he didn’t initially apologize for, though admitted that it was a mistake a week later. He further apologized but was already attacking Disney. In the meantime, the result was a massive backlash, where many companies stopped advertising on X, including Apple and Disney.

Dec 19, 2023

Using electric water heaters to store energy could do the work of 2 million home batteries

Posted by in categories: energy, sustainability, transportation

“Electric water heaters offer a cheap way to store large amounts of energy, in the form of hot water. A heater with a 300-litre tank can store about as much energy as a second-generation Tesla Powerwall – at a fraction of the cost.”


Australia’s energy transition is well under way. Some 3 million households have rooftop solar and sales of medium-sized electric cars are surging. But as we work towards fully electric households powered by renewable energy, have we overlooked a key enabling technology, the humble electric water heater?

About half of Australian households use electric water heaters, while the rest use gas. So what’s so great about electric water heaters?

Dec 18, 2023

ZEEKR unveils its own energy-dense LFP batteries that can recharge 500km in 15 minutes

Posted by in categories: energy, sustainability, transportation

Less than a week after announcing a Power Day 2023 event to unveil new battery technologies, ZEEKR has officially introduced its own lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cells developed in-house. While LFP batteries are generally categorized as less energy-dense, ZEEKR says its cells outperform many competitors.

While many companies have begun decelerating in 2023 as we enter the busy holiday season, ZEEKR has shown no signs of slowing down. In November, the Geely-owned automaker announced a new model called the 7, which made its public debut during the Guangzhou Auto Show. Since then, we’ve seen the company file for a US IPO and have confirmed plans for a new mass-market SUV to compete with the Tesla Model Y.

The ZEEKR 7 sedan will officially launch in China on December 27, followed by deliveries a few days later. Before then, however, ZEEKR promised a live event to debut new technology pertaining to EV batteries developed entirely in-house.

Dec 18, 2023

Tesla claims Powerwall with solar is cheaper than a backup generator

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

Tesla has released a new comparison report claiming Powerwall with solar is cheaper than a traditional backup generator.

For years now, Tesla has enjoyed a giant backlog of Powerwall orders, but now that production has ramped up, the automaker has worked through most of that backlog, and it has to start generating more demand for the home energy storage product.

Tesla has now released a new report that compares Powerwalls as a backup system to backup generators.

Dec 18, 2023

Tesla unveils new bird-eye view 3D reconstruction park assist

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Tesla has unveiled a 3D reconstruction park assist system that serves as the long-awaited bird-eye view.

Bird’s eye view, a vision monitoring system that renders a view of a vehicle from the top to help park and navigate tight spaces, has become a popular feature in premium vehicles and it has even moved down market over the last few years.

It’s almost ubiquitous in most modern luxury cars and offered in tech packages in many less expensive vehicles.

Dec 17, 2023

Revolutionary $25k Tesla Model 2 Update

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

The $25,000 Tesla Model 2 is a revolutionary and cost-effective option that aims to make sustainable mobility more accessible and change the EV landscape dramatically.

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Dec 17, 2023

Tesla’s Trillion Dollar Opportunity: AI Robotics and Autonomy

Posted by in categories: business, Elon Musk, finance, robotics/AI, sustainability, transportation

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Dec 17, 2023

Tesla’s Optimus: $30 Trillion Market Potential

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Tesla’s potential market size for its humanoid robot, Optimus, presents a massive opportunity worth trillions of dollars, far surpassing the impact of their electric vehicles.

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