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    Honda Beats Tesla At Its Own Game As It Reaches Level 3 Driverless Technology

    Honda is already ahead of the competition when it comes to driverless technology. Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta, which sparked a lot of conversation, is only for Level 2 autonomous systems and requires the driver to keep their hands on the wheel at all times. Meanwhile, Honda has already revealed the world’s first Level 3 autonomous […] More

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    Tesla Updates Model S Plaid With Yoke Upgrades And A Host Of Other Changes

    The recent Tesla Model S Plaid’s steering yoke has sparked a lot of discussion. The steering yoke, which is seen by some experts as a glaring weakness in an otherwise perfect vehicle, has received significant criticism. Tesla has now begun releasing updates to the steering yoke in order to make it simpler to use. Tesla […] More

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    Skoda Enyaq iV Disappoints At The Moose Test

    The Skoda Enyaq iV was the first Skoda model to use the MEB electric vehicle platform when it was unveiled in Prague on September 1 last year. It has several parts and technologies in common with the Volkswagen ID.4, but we are a little surprised to see it not live up to the VW in […] More

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    Tesla Model X Plaid Update Spotted At Fremont Factory

    On Wednesday, September 29, several Tesla Model X units were seen in the delivery yard of the Fremont factory which looks to be updated refreshes of the existing design. This indicates that Model X Plaid and Long Range full-scale production may begin this quarter. It’s uncertain where the Model X Plaid vehicles spotted in Tesla […] More

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    Tesla Has Registered The Term ‘Cyberquad’ In Interesting Development

    Tesla has filed a new trademark application for the term ‘Cyberquad’, but before you get really excited over what’s to come from the technology company, it may be best to quell these feelings. The patent actually covers two classes. Toys and Sporting Goods, and Clothing. So while we were expecting something similar to what CEO […] More

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    Tesla Self-Driving Marketing Slated By NTSB Head Jennifer Homendy

    Jennifer Homendy, who has recently become the head of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), has slated Tesla’s terminology of its Full Self Driving Update. Tesla currently offers this update for $10,000, or through a monthly subscription of $199 per month. Currently, it’s only in beta stages, but with it revealing it’s about to expand […] More

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    Tesla Yoke Steering Wheel Slammed By Consumer Reports: “Potential Safety Pitfalls”

    The Tesla yoke steering wheel found on the new Model S Plaid has certainly torn the company’s following in half. Many love the new steering wheel, which doesn’t have either a top of a bottom, while others don’t like it, complaining about it being more difficult to use. Now, Consumer Reports have reviewed the wheel, […] More

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    Tesla Full Self-Driving v10 Isn’t As Good As Elon Musk Promised

    Tesla’s Full Self-Driving v10 has been seen in use on multiple videos now, and while we had huge expectations for this after Elon Musk described it as “mind-blowing”, mind-blowing it is not. There is, however, a certain amount of progress, after Tesla rolled out its FSD Beta v10 software update to its early access fleet […] More

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    Manhart As Painted A Grille Onto A Tesla Model 3 And It Looks Mega

    Manhart is a German tuner known for tuning high performance, usually German, ICE cars. But it’s just added another car to its portfolio in the shape of a Tesla Model 3. And while they’ve added a host of performance enhancements, the most obvious addition is a grille. But this grille is painted on. Yep. Well, […] More

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    Long-Term Ford Mustang Mach-E Reviews Are Now Hitting The Internet

    The Ford Mustang Mach-E has been on the road with customers behind their wheels for about eight months now. Finally, owners are coming out of the woodwork to talk us through the good and bad points of the car. One owner of the car is YouTuber New Ride Reviews. He bought his Standard Range RWD […] More

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    Tesla Roadster 2.0 Delayed Until 2023 At The Very Earliest

    Tesla CEO and Twitter deviant Elon Musk has revealed that the all-electric car manufacturer will maybe ship the Tesla Roadster in 2023, as long as there’s not “mega drama” in regards to supply chain issues caused by the pandemic. The Roadster was supposed to be delivered in 2020, but was pushed back multiple times due […] More

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