This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy. This week, we discuss a push to make the Tesla plug standard, the launch of the Hyundai Ioniq 6, the Taiga Orca electric jetski, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast:
- Aptera asks Congress to make Tesla’s plug and Superchargers the standard for EVs in the US
- Tesla battery supplier Panasonic teases impressive increases in capacity
- Panasonic is building a battery factory in Kansas to supply Tesla with new 4680 cell
- Elon Musk does the impossible and manages expectations on Tesla’s next Full Self-Driving update
- Tesla loses its head of AI and vision Andrej Karpathy – a big loss for the Autopilot team
- Hyundai officially debuts new IONIQ 6 with 379 mile range, teases upcoming IONIQ N performance EV
- Taiga Orca electric jet ski is here, and it’s pure unadulterated fun
- Canoo stock doubles as Walmart orders up to 10,000 EVs in deal that includes warranted shares in company [update]
- Ford files trademarks for electric versions of smaller Maverick and Ranger pickup trucks
- VinFast receives $1.2B in incentives from North Carolina to build US plant, the largest economic package in state history
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Author: Fred Lambert