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Toyota Plans To Lose To Tesla — Just 1 Million Electric Vehicles By 2025

June 8th, 2019 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

Toyota recently announced it is advancing its existing EV roadmap by 5 years. Instead of selling 1 million fully electric vehicles (BEVs), cumulatively, by 2030, the target year is now 2025. Tesla, meanwhile, will reach a 1 million BEVs sometime in early to mid 2020, at least 5 years ahead of Toyota. Even Volkswagen expects to reach that goal in late 2021. Toyota is essentially admitting defeat at this point


8 “Impossible” Goals Tesla Achieved

October 14th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

You may want to write this off as a clickbait fluff piece. Well, it may clickbait (depending on the definition you're using) but it is certainly not a fluffy Furby, flufferbot, or feckless sideshow. In fact, I think the points illustrated below are often critical to know and keep in mind when reading and writing about Tesla


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October 2nd, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

The world of experts, fake experts, and armchair business magnates has a long history of telling Elon Musk and Tesla what they can't do


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11 Tesla FUD Claims Of Years Past

August 4th, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

On a Tesla Motors Club thread, some members there recently shared a few old claims of perennial Tesla bears. It was a brilliant little move of reverse trolling, and it prompted me to do something I've been wanting to do for ages — dig up some old claims about Tesla from prominent bears and see how they held up to the light of today


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SpaceX Engineers Construct Kid-Sized Rescue Pod For Trapped Children In Thailand

July 9th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

There are a lot of highly talented people working at SpaceX. When some of them heard about the children trapped underground in Thailand, some of them immediately started brainstorming ways to help rescue them. Over the weekend, SpaceX engineers began testing a "kid sized submarine" that could be used to extract one child at a time.


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We Need To Learn From Wrestling. Yes. (Cleantech Talk #36)

October 16th, 2017 | by Matthew Klippenstein

CleanTech Talk starts off this week with a clip from professional wrestler Daniel “The Progressive Liberal” Richards. (The clip played on the show starts at the 0:27 mark from this YouTube video.)


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Beijing Confirms It Will Implement Stage 6 Emissions Rules In 2019

February 14th, 2019 | by Steve Hanley

Beijing says it will implement Stage VI emissions rules this year. They will cut carbon and nitrogen emissions by 50% and particulates by 40% compared to existing rules. Exhaust sniffers will be deployed throughout the city to enforce compliance.


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Should Tesla (TSLA) Stock Be Analyzed Differently?

September 4th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Traditional stock market analysts have never known what to make of Tesla. As a recent article in the Harvard Business Review notes, forecasts for Tesla stock [NASDAQ: TSLA] continue to be all over the map — there are roughly the same number of buy, hold, and sell ratings out there. Could it be that the metrics analysts are using to assess a company’s business prospects are outdated


The Disconnect Between CEO, Marketing & Engineering

December 20th, 2016 | by Nicolas Zart

This year has been a gigantic marketing hyperbole of planned electric vehicles from mainstream carmakers. It’s not always easy separating cars of tomorrow, cars that are being built today, and those that probably won’t make it into production. What makes it even worse is the disconnect between CEOs, marketing teams, and engineering teams, especially in light of actual deliverables



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