Month: March 2020

Following a meeting on Monday, Aston Martin’s shareholders have agreed to the financial rescue plan proposed by a consortium of investors led by Canadian billionaire Lawrence Stroll. Stroll, who leads the Racing Point Formula One team and is father to current driver Lance Stroll, originally agreed in January to pay $239 million for a 16.7-percent
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Sandy Munro discusses the outlook on Tesla in the context of the current global crisis in his monthly segment the “Teardown with Sandy Munro”. Visit Munro & Associates for their products and services at: https://leandesign.com/ Live updates of the Tesla Model Y teardown: http://www.MunroLive.com OUR SPONSORS: ❤️ Reserve your all electric BYTON SUV at: http://bit.ly/2WBBuqW
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 With turbocharged engines, the boost number–the pressure at which air is fed into the engine–is often equated with the amount of power on tap. But that isn’t necessarily the case. “Boost itself is not a meaningless number, but it’s probably not as meaningful as many people think,” Jason Fenske of Engineering Explained said. Here’s what
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On January 25th, hundreds of the Tesla owners in Hong Kong gathered at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal for a special customer event with Elon. Subscribe to our newsletter ‎to join our exciting local events: http://ts.la/d6C
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Sandy Munro discusses the state of the automotive industry in general and electric car manufacturing in particular in the times of this current crisis in his monthly segment the “Teardown with Sandy Munro”. Visit Munro & Associates for their products and services at: https://leandesign.com/ Live updates of the Tesla Model Y teardown: http://www.MunroLive.com OUR SPONSORS:
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The 2020 Hyundai Kona Electric sold in the U.S. may get some changes later this year which could result in a longer range per charge. Perhaps as much as 8 percent. Rumors of vehicle improvements first surfaced on InsideEVs Forum in February, when it was noted that the Norwegian Hyundai website was advertising the subcompact
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Electric vehicles were on a roll in Europe through February, before the coronavirus reached higher impacts on sales and production. JATO Dynamics, an auto market firm, reported this week that BEVs were up 92% to 38,700 units year-on-year, and plug-in hybrids were up 153% to 28,700. There is still much room to grow. In February,
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