Autoline Calls Out Euro Automakers For Bad EV Styling

We don’t need no stinkin’ grills John McElroy has been a car enthusiast and an automotive journalist for a good number of years now. It’s pretty fair to say he knows a thing or two about cars and their history. In this latest edition of Ask Autoline, a show where he talks about an issue in the industry […]

VW may build 3 electric car models in North America

As Volkswagen is pushing for global electrification, their plant in Chattanooga has made it back onto the map. VW’s main man for e-mobility, Thomas Ulbrich, mentioned up to three EV models that could be built there. A final decision has yet to be made though. Volkswagen had announced their strategy to built 26 electric vehicles […]

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Tesla (TSLA) is about to release its third quarter 2018 results – here’s what to expect

Tesla (TSLA) is set to announce its third quarter 2018 financial results today after the markets close. As usual, set to follow the results is a conference call and Q&A with Tesla’s management. This time it’s a little later at 3:30pm Pacific…

Here’s What Tesla V9 Autopilot Sees

What does the world look like in Tesla Autopilot Version 9? We’ve seen many different videos showing what Tesla Autopilot “sees.” This is due to the work of people in the Tesla community with the know-how to hack into the system and capture the camera feeds. This newest video is not only unique since it’s […]

Despite No Model 3 Yet, Tesla Outsold Lexus In Europe In September

Lexus can be beaten by Tesla in Europe even without the Model 3. ACEA reports that new registrations of Lexus cars in Western Europe (EU15 + EFTA countries) stood in September at 4,837 (down 10.7% year-over-year) and at 31,714 in through the first nine months of 2018. According to industry analyst Matthias Schmidt ( strong […]