The solid-state battery developer is now traded on the NYSE under ticker “QS.”
It’s bigger battery pack will offer 45 kWh, less than PSA’s 50 kWh e-CMP.
There’s no repair, you have to replace the entire headrest, and it’s not covered under warranty.
The question here is, “What would a human driver do?”
There are two versions: Arteon eHybrid and Arteon Shooting Brake eHybrid.
Sam Alexander dives into the details to help us find the answer.
Reviewers generally seem to like the ID.3, but they all keep pointing to the same set of flaws.
This article is about the five possible unusual innovations that you may see in a production Tesla in the not too distant future.
Electric cars are proving that you can have your turkey and eat it too.