Ferrari takes a page out of the Tesla Roadster’s notebook

Ferrari is taking a page out of the Tesla Roadster’s notebook after the Italian supercar company recently applied for a patent for a “pulsejet” system that aims to increase vehicle performance and is similar to what Elon Musk has in store of the reiteration of its first-ever car. Although the Italian carmaker first filed the […]

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Tesla increases Model Y, cuts Model 3 prices in the U.S.

Tesla has increased prices on its Model Y all-electric crossover and cut prices on the Model 3 sedan. Tesla’s Model Y Long Range increased $1,500 from $53,490 to $54,990 last night, while Model Y Performance trims went up $1,000 from $56,990 to $57,990. Model 3 Rear-Wheel-Drive vehicles also felt a slight cut by just $500, […]

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Ioniq 6 range, Mazda PHEV, GM battery flexibility, EV tax credit price caps: The Week in Reverse

Which automaker promised “radically simplified” future EVs with smaller batteries? And which one doesn’t see 300-mile EVs as the future? This is our look back at the Week In Reverse—right here at Green Car Reports—for the …

Tesla’s Elon Musk prevails in $420 ‘funding secured’ Tweet trial

Tesla CEO Elon Musk was found not liable in a case where investors sought to recover losses after he Tweeted that he had secured the necessary funding to take the automaker’s stock private in 2018. Investors sued Musk, Tesla, and the company’s board, claiming that the CEO’s communications on social media network Twitter had cost […]

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Retailers fear Minnesota legislation would allow utilities to corner EV charging market


Should electric utilities be allowed to own EV charging stations? In a free-market economy, it’s generally considered unhealthy for companies that produce a product or service to also own the distribution channels—that’s why liquor companies don’t own bars (in the US), and airlines don’t own airports. For an example of the evils that can result… Read more »

Tesla stock climbs on tax credit inclusion, continuing stratospheric rise in 2023

Tesla stock (NASDAQ: TSLA) continued to climb on Friday following news that Model Y vehicles would completely qualify for electric vehicle tax credits. The stock has risen over 77 percent so far this year after a broad market downturn that widely hurt the tech and automotive sectors in 2022. Tesla stock is up around 1 […]

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