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Another sign that all cars are becoming computers on wheels

Volkswagen’s CARIAD, the Volkswagen Group’s software company, announced this week that it will source chips from Qualcomm to develop autonomous driving software, which the German carmaker has made the backbone of its future strategy. Who is CARIAD? CARIAD is an automotive software company in the Volkswagen Group that is consolidating and further expanding the Group’s software competencies …

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Campaigners are calling for a halt to an ‘unfair’ policy that sees EV driver forced to pay four times more tax for electricity from public charge-points compared to home charge-points. Pressure group FairCharge has highlighted that VAT on domestic electricity is five per cent as opposed to 20 per cent for on-street chargers. It is …

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Tesla Model 3 best selling car in Europe during September 2021

JATO reports EV revolution hits new milestone as Tesla Model 3 becomes Europe’s best-selling car in September September was another significant month for Europe’s automotive industry, as new car registrations fell by 25% to just 964,800 units. Dealers continue to face issues with the availability of new cars due to the chip shortage. As a …

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Tesla Giga Shanghai still ramping fast with new production record in September with 56K units.

According to the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA), Tesla China reported a total of approximately 56,006 units, up 27% month-over-month. In China alone, Tesla sold a total of 52,153 vehicles and exported 3,853 units. The CPCA also reported that Tesla China sold 33,033 Model Y units and 19,120 Model 3 units. These are large numbers …

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UK power crisis – entirely the fault of regulators and ministers

We are heading high speed into an energy train wreck with a perfect storm of bad luck, bad policy and plain bad decision making. Let’s list the key ingredients for this recipe of disaster. Rush to switch to low carbon generation. Slashing gas storage facilities. Outlawing fracking. No new nuclear power plants operational. Additional fees …

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