Tesla Cars ≠ Pollution … Tesla’s Full Stack Disruption … Model 3 vs. Model Y — CleanTechnica Top 20

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Last week’s top stories on CleanTechnica included Andy Miles explaining why Tesla vehicles cut pollution rather than causing more pollution, a rundown of how Tesla’s “full stack disruption” sets it apart from the auto crowd, and yet another comparison of the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y.

Aside from those top 3, we’ve got some odd Mazda claims, a Tesla battery patent, US EV sales (dominated by Tesla), Fiat Chrysler funding Tesla’s German gigafactory (due to European CO2 regulations), Honda’s own struggle with European CO2 regulations, an exclusive 6-year report on BMW sales in the USA, an odd story regarding a criminal case and Tesla vehicle data, and much more. To see all 20 top stories, scroll down for the full list.

  1. Is It True That A Tesla Creates More Pollution Than A Conventional Car?
  2. Tesla’s Full Stack Disruption
  3. Differences Between Tesla Model 3 & Tesla Model Y
  4. Mazda Electric SUV Will Drive Just Like Gasoline & Diesel Powered Cars
  5. Is Tesla A Step Closer To The 1 Million-Mile Battery?
  6. Tesla Gobbled Up 78% Of US Electric Vehicle Sales In 2019* — CleanTechnica Report
  7. Fiat Chrysler Will Basically Fund Tesla’s Gigafactory 4
  8. Honda Has No Intention Of Paying The New European Emission Fines — CleanTechnica Exclusive
  9. BMW USA Sales 2014–2019 — Getting Slammed By Tesla Or Not? — CleanTechnica Report
  10. Free The Data — Exhibit A: Tesla Model S Data Saves Driver From Attempted Homicide Sentence
  11. MG Is Back From The Grave In Full Frontal Attack On European Car Market
  12. Why Tesla [TSLA] Is On A Tear — “No Other Auto Company In The World That’s Growing That Quickly.”
  13. Electric Aircraft Pilot Training Is Arriving
  14. Opaque To Transparent Solar Photovoltaics — Have Koreans Identified The Ideal Tech To Transform Windows Into Solar
  15. Volkswagen CEO: We Need To Move Faster On Electric Vehicles Or We Will Follow Nokia’s Fate
  16. Audi USA Sales In 2014–2019 — Hurt Significantly By Tesla Or Not? — CleanTechnica Report
  17. Mercedes EQC, 1st Fully Electric Mercedes, Is Still In Production Hell — CleanTechnica Exclusive
  18. No, A Tesla Did NOT Start The Fire That Destroyed 300 Cars In Norway, And Other Nordic News
  19. Oppenheimer: Tesla Is An “Existential Threat” To Automakers
  20. Norway Asserts Lexus “Self-Charging Hybrid” Is A Lie

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