This edition of “The Gas2 Week in Review” is all about Tesla: Tesla autonomous driving, supercharger service stations, first responder manuals, and even body kits.
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The week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review” is all about EV concept vehicles— and the headlines were sure full of plenty of press releases about the next, best thing to be in a neighborhood near you.
Advances in EVs from Williams, Tesla, Motiv Power, and Jaguar made the top headlines this week on the “Gas2 Week in Review.”
Two analysts from Morgan Stanley claim the Tesla Semi could be the biggest catalyst for change in the trucking industry since air brakes. How will that effect the value of Tesla stock?
Tesla is talking with officials in Nevada and California about conducting test of systems that will allow autonomous trucks to platoon together on highways.
Mitusbishi FUSO and Freightliner, both divisions of Daimler, are busy working on electric truck products for light and medium duty use.
The Tesla Q1 2017 earnings call had lots to say about the Model 3, energy storage, solar power, and the Tesla delivery experience. Read all about it here.
In Vancouver for the TED2017 conference, Elon Musk teased a photo of the Tesla Semi and hinted he would announce up to 4 new Gigafactories this year. His company also released a new video explaining how Musk’s tunnel boring scheme might work.
Piper Jaffray analysts warned this week that share prices of legacy truck manufacturer PACCAR, engine maker Cummins, and transmission maker Alison could be put under pressure by the Tesla Semi electric truck.
Elon Musk has tweeted that the Tesla Semi will make an appearance in September. That’s good news for the environment.
MAN, the heavy truck division of Volkswagen will begin testing a fleet of medium and heavy duty electric semi trucks by the end of 2017.
Elon Musk tweeted yesterday that progress is being made on the Tesla Semi truck project headed by Jerome Guillen, but nothing is being allowed to stand in the way of launching the Model 3 on time.
The head of the fourth largest trucking company in the world envisions self-driving trucks being on the road in just 5 to 10 years.
Elon Musk says Tesla Motors is working on an electric semi truck that will revolutionize the freight industry and cut diesel emissions. Can he do it?