Tesla

26th September 2022

Tesla Ordered to Recall a Million US Cars Over Window Fault

Tesla has been ordered to recall more than on million cars in the US as safety regulators fear passenger fingers could be trapped in vehicle windows. The BBC reports...

16th September 2022

Driving EV Innovation Through Connected Car Integration

Electric vehicles are reshaping the automotive ecosystem. That’s at the very least the viewpoint expressed in the synopsis for the forthcoming conference, Autotech: Electrification, which will be held at...

By Graham Jarvis

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8th September 2022

Automakers Need Robust Simplicity to Exploit Connected Cars

With software taking the lead role in the modern connected car, the need for robust on-board systems has never been greater. We’ve already seen concerns raised by the J.D....

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29th August 2022

Weekly Brief: California’s ICE Ban Raises Need for Cheap EVs

California will follow Europe’s lead by banning the sale of fossil fuel-powered cars, pickup trucks and SUVs by 2035, setting the stage for a wave of like-minded regulations across...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

24th August 2022

Europe Working on Cross-Border 5G for Driverless Vehicles

There are an increasing number of European Union projects working on making 5G feasible to operate connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV) across international and national borders. However, standardized connectivity...

By Graham Jarvis

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19th August 2022

China Drought Threatens Tesla Production

Tesla is among several Western automakers that could see production capabilities in China compromised because of a drought affecting the country’s largest river, the Yangtze. While the river is...

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15th August 2022

Weekly Brief: US Energy Bill Hopes to Super-Charge EV Revolution

A landmark, $430Bn climate and energy bill is headed to President Joe Biden’s desk this week. His signature is a formality on what is designed to be a huge...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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11th August 2022

Biker Deaths Questions Tesla’s Camera Tech Again

Critics of Tesla’s heavy reliance on camera technology for its Autopilot cruise control have been handed extra ammunition in the shape of two fatal accidents involving motorcycles at night....

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8th August 2022

Weekly Brief: Tesla Claims Deflate Again while Drivers Demand Safety

All eyes were supposed to be on Texas last week as Tesla held its annual Cyber Roundup for shareholders at its Giga Texas plant. At the meeting, Elon Musk...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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3rd August 2022

In-Car Navigation to go the Same Way as Maps

Many of us above a certain age can vividly remember when in-car mapping consisted, at best, of sheets or collections of paper. Older drivers in Los Angeles, for example,...

By Eric Volkman

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1st August 2022

Post-Lockdown UK Car Buyers Cool to BEVs

Post-lockdown UK car buyers are becoming less keen on switching from their current ICE powered vehicles to BEVs. That’s the finding of a poll by online used car retailer...

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1st August 2022

Weekly Brief: BEV Giants’ Tax Boost but Minnows on the Ropes

Democrats in the US Senate agreed to a climate bill that will eliminate the cap on electric vehicle credits, marking a major win for the auto industry. The $369Bn...

Commentary By Andrew Tolve

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