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They already receive orders for the first flying car?!

Terrafugia, a U.S. flying-car developer owned by Chinese automaker has begun taking orders for its first product. Deliveries of the Transition, a two-seat aircraft that can switch between driving and flying modes in less than one minute, are to begin in 2019, Terrafugia said. Initially the Transition will be sold only in the U.S. The

VW Investors preparing lawsuits in Germany

Investors of the German car producer Volkswagen, are preparing to submit the lawsuits in a court, due to the emissions scandal last year. Court in Brunswick was forced to engage extra stuff in order to meet the influx, expected for 19th of September, first business day after the one year since the group confess the

Another Tesla crash investigated for Autopilot use, in Pennsylvania on July 1.

Non-fatal crash on Pennsylvania Turnpike left electric SUV upside down in the road The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating a Tesla Model X crash that took place on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on July 1. The Pennsylvania state police disclosed that the Model X hit a turnpike guardrail and then veered across several lanes

By |2018-11-30T15:57:57+00:00July 7th, 2016|Categories: Electro Car's, News by Brand, TESLA, US|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

Convenience Stores and Fast Food Restaurants are Tesla Next Frontier

Eager to find locations to expand its U.S. recharging network, Tesla Motors is busy seeking new partners, with fast food, gas stations and convenience stores being top of mind. One of the chains Tesla is attempting to seduce is the jack-of-all-trades Sheetz, according to the Washington Post. With hundreds of locations in the mid-Atlantic region,