Aside from the usual swarm of Tesla stories that catch readers’ attention more than anything else, hot topics this past week on CleanTechnica were the semi-arrival of the Volkswagen ID.3 and how it competes against other electric hatchbacks, the Honda E, and enormous sea level rise. (One of these is not like the other.)
Regarding Tesla, hot topics were artificial sounds, new “Full Self Driving” computers, Model 3 service costs, and a coming Plaid performance upgrade for the Model S, X, and Roadster, among other things. Read on for the full list and to read every single word of every article in the top to. Also, by the way, if you like our stuff, be sure to become a $3/month (or more) subscriber so that we can publish more of it!
- This Is What A Tesla Will Soon Sound Like At Low Speeds
- Tesla Is Now Installing Full Self Driving Hardware 3 Upgrade In Some Cars
- My One Year Service For My Tesla Model 3
- Volkswagen ID.3 vs. Nissan LEAF & Hyundai Kona EV — Range & Price Comparisons
- Honda E Pricing Announced
- Elon Musk Announces Plaid Performance Upgrade To Tesla Model S, X, & Roadster!
- 15 To 20 Foot Sea Level Rise Possible Sooner Rather Than Later
- Volkswagen ID.3 Arrives — Superb Mix Of Quality & Affordability
- Get The Frunk Outta Here! Tesla Raj Installs The New Power Frunk Kit
- EV Boom In Norway Is A “Smug National Fraud” According To RT
- How Many Electric Vehicles Will Tesla, Volkswagen, & Nissan Sell In 2020–2025?
- Tesla Adds Online Parts Sales, Hinting At Direct Customer Sales
- The Tesla China “Fairy Tale” For Bulls Is Real — Here’s Why
- Formula 1 Champion Nico Rosberg Offers To Drive The Tesla Model S Nürburgring Lap – Musk Accepts!
- Tesla Model 3 = #2 In Overall Dutch Auto Market In August
- Yang Would Spend $3 Trillion On Residential Solar, But The Same Money Could Decarbonize The Grid Entirely
- BMW i3 to Tesla Model 3 — Girls’ Perspective
- Tesla’s Sentry Mode Watched A Fistfight Go Down In DC
- See What’s Under The “Frunk” Of A Tesla Model 3
- Using Formic Acid To Store Hydrogen
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