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Tesla won’t give offense
Tesla won’t give offense

Tesla’s Sentry Mode has proven its worth again. In a UK shopping mall parking lot, a woman, probably angered by being too close to a Model 3, decided to discreetly leave a 10-inch scratch on the side of the electric car. However, she clearly did not suspect that Tesla was equipped with on-board cameras that… More

Tesla electric cars can now be used as megaphones
Tesla electric cars can now be used as megaphones

Tesla has traditionally refreshed electric cars for the holidays with a major software update called holiday update. In addition to the built-in TikTok application, changes in the interface and other entertaining “chips”, along with it, an unusual Megaphone function has appeared. As the name implies, with its help, electric cars can be used as megaphones:… More

The ideal size: what should the battery be according to Porsche
The ideal size: what should the battery be according to Porsche

Porsche is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030. The company plans to refine its battery technology to increase range, performance and stability. RBC-Ukraine Auto reports this with a link to CarBuzz. According to Porsche, the battery accounts for about 40 percent of the carbon dioxide produced in a single Taycan. Porsche believes that most… More

Tesla Model Y: Save and Save!

The crossover received top marks in crash tests by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, as well as high marks for headlights and collision avoidance. The Tesla Model Y electric crossover has been named best in its class by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and earned a Top Safety Pick + rating. This is… More

Chrysler is ready to introduce electrocross Airflow

The Stellantis Group has announced its participation in the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which will be held in Las Vegas on January 5-8, 2022. The highlight of the program will be the Chrysler Airflow, the concept that will kick off the transformation of the American brand into an electric vehicle manufacturer. The name originally… More

Toyota began to sell the “key fob” on electric traction
Toyota began to sell the “key fob” on electric traction

The two-seat electric car Toyota C + pod has become available to everyone, the press service of the Japanese company reports. Previously, only municipal services or corporate clients could buy a tiny car. The C + pod went on sale a year ago, and Toyota says it was well received by customers, especially for its… More

Do not play behind the wheel: 580 thousand Tesla electric vehicles were under investigation because of games while driving
Do not play behind the wheel: 580 thousand Tesla electric vehicles were under investigation because of games while driving

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched a formal investigation into Tesla. The reason is that drivers can play video games while the car is moving. RBC-Ukraine Auto reports this with a link to CarScoops. Earlier it was reported that the MBUX infotainment system on the Mercedes-Benz S-Class sedan and on the… More

Cameras in headlights: new Hyundai patent
Cameras in headlights: new Hyundai patent

Hyundai Ioniq 5 received video cameras built into the head optics. Hyundai Mobis has filed a patent for the corresponding invention. RBC-Ukraine Auto reports this with a link to CarBuzz. A patent application from Hyundai Mobis – Hyundai’s technology arm – says the Korean automaker has developed a combined headlight system. In autonomous or semi-autonomous… More