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Stories we discuss in this episode (with links):
- Tesla is going to implement a new vehicle hazard warning system
- Tesla Semi spotted seemingly broken down on an on-ramp
- Tesla’s new energy app gives you range advice and more
- Polestar 3 officially debuts with 300-mile range for a whopping $84k, will be manufactured in the US
- Lucid Motors (LCID) tripled EV production in Q3 as it stays on track for 2022 output goal
- Toyota exec equates 300K hybrids sold to 90K electric vehicles while heatedly defending company’s EV plans
- Over $40 billion in EV investments establishes new US ‘battery belt’ with 15 new plants or expansions
- NIO CEO talks US sales, calls out Tesla products, and says he’s a better dancer than Elon Musk
- Super Cruise drivers more likely to drive distracted than Autopilot, ProPILOT – IIHS
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