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Tesla has “Good Chance” of Record Deliveries in the New Quarter

If the most previous coverage of Tesla was any indication, it goes to show that the EV company is ready to take on this second quarter with gusto. With many drastic changes being implemented in response to a disappointing first quarter, Tesla will do whatever it takes to make a lot of profits. The company seems to be optimistic about it, too. At least, that’s what it looks like if Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s leaked email is to be believed.

Genesis has Unveiled Their Electric Vehicle Concept

Hyundai’s luxury car brand Genesis has found a fair amount of success in their own right with both customers and critics alike. Granted, their offering for customers is currently small- with only large sedans available for purchase right now. For some, this meager selection may be more than a little disappointing. However, there’s news that will be attractive for those interested in the electric vehicle.

EV Charging Stations Can Now Be Found on Google Maps in Real Time

If you’re thinking about purchasing an electric vehicle, your biggest concern may very well be finding an EV charging station wherever you are. You may even be wondering right now how current EV owners are able to keep their vehicle charged whenever they’re on the go. After all, the last thing anyone wants is to unexpectedly run out of power while on a road trip or an important journey. However, it seems that this concern might be less of an issue now.

Tesla Already Changing Things Up Early in the Second Quarter

To say that Tesla’s first quarter of 2019 was dismal would be a kind way of putting it. Their previous profit streak ended thanks to a recorded loss of $702 million that occurred in the first few months of this year. The electric vehicle (EV) company also admitted that their revenue went down by 37 percent in comparison to the previous quarter. But with a new quarter comes a new beginning for any company, including Tesla.

Ford to Build an Electric Vehicle Using Tech From EV Start-Up

The presence of Ford in the world of electric vehicles is admittedly tiny. But to say that it’s non-existent would be an incorrect statement. They previously announced the planned development of a fully electric F-150 and a crossover inspired by their iconic Mustang. But more could perhaps be put into development sooner than expected.

Canada’s EV Charging Network Continues to Grow.

With the growth of electric vehicles (EVs) growing at a rapid rate throughout Canada, there’s also a growing demand for electric chargers. After all, having way more EVs driving on the road means that there will need to be more EV chargers available for drivers. The last thing anyone wants is for their car to die out in the middle of nowhere.

This Audi Electric SUV is Set to Rival Tesla’s Model Y

Plenty of car manufacturers have announced their plans to build electric vehicles (EVs) to some extent. Some had grand plans to make multiple EVs over several years; others show one planned vehicles, since it’s their first step into the world of EVs. In the case of luxury car company Audi, they’ve fallen under the latter category- and plan to take on some stiff competition in the process.

Here’s Why Toyota Won’t Sell Electric Vehicles

Many car companies are hopping onto the electric vehicle (EV) bandwagon, seemingly without a second thought. That being said, there’s one notable car manufacturer who doesn’t fall into that category- Toyota. It also doesn’t look as though that will change anytime soon. But perhaps there’s a reason for it.

Tesla’s Model 3 Will be the Prime Target at Upcoming Hacker Contest

Tesla’s Model 3 is no doubt going to be an extremely innovative car in its own right. The most obvious reason for this is because it’s an electric vehicle. Another reason it’s innovative is in regards to its high level of security. Tesla is so confident that they’ve allowed a Model 3 to be the object of a hacking contest.

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