On March 5, 2020, Tesla filed a patent for 'Liquid Cooled Charging Cable and Connector.’ The patent describes an improvement to a liquid-cooled charging cable and charger for charging of electric vehicles, including semi-tractor. Read More
According to a new Wood Mackenzie analysis, there will be 54,000 electric trucks on US roads by 2025. The high demand will certainly be met by the Tesla Semi, which will be produced in Giga Texas from 2021. Read More
According to Tesla's Shareholders Letter, Tesla Semi deliveries will begin in 2021. Read More
Tesla quietly announced at least two new production facilities in the United States in its Q2 2020 Shareholders Letter. It seems that both Texas and Tulsa won the bid for a Gigafactory in their respective states. Although, Tesla could also choose to create a production facility in Giga Nevada.
ARK Invest’s Cathie Wood compared Tesla (TSLA) and its proposed rival Nikola (NKLA) recently. Wood explained why ARK Invest had little to no faith in NKLA’s plans for the future and how it really could not be compared to TSLA.
A Tesla Semi was spotted at Rocklin Center’s Supercharger station. The Semi appeared to be delivering a few Model Y and Model 3 vehicles to reservation holders as part of the end-of-quarter push. Read More
California regulators have approved new rules that would see a massive shift from conventional gas and diesel trucks and vans to ones powered by batteries and zero-emission hydrogen fuel cells. Read More
Since Nikola Motor Corporation's stock debuted, comparisons between its hydrogen fuel cell Class 8 truck and the Tesla Semi have been revived. While Nikola has gained support in the auto industry, there is one firm that has doubts about the success of the company, namely ARK Invest. Read More
Elon Musk's leaked email about the Tesla Semi's volume production definitively confirms that TSLA has solved its battery production bottleneck issue for all its models, including the Cybertruck. With that information in mind, TSLA's true potential as an automaker may just be starting to show. Read More