Tesla’s Disappointing Numbers and More Car News This Week

Tesla’s Disappointing Numbers and More Car News This Week

WIRED also this week got a look inside Audi’s E-tron factory in Belgium , the world’s first carbon-neutral electric-vehicle plant. Also this week, we wondered about the road ahead for congestion pricing in New York City and got up close with the blood-toting drones flying over North Carolina.

How to Watch Tesla’s Model Y Reveal Tonight

How to Watch Tesla’s Model Y Reveal Tonight

How to Watch Tesla’s Model Y Reveal Tonight The Model Y reveal is scheduled to start at 8pm Pacific Time tonight, though Elon Musk has a habit of kicking things off a bit late.

Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3 Arrives and More Cars News This Week

Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3 Arrives and More Cars News This Week

Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3 Arrives and More Cars News This Week Tesla is finally offering a $35,000 version of its Model 3 sedan, a major milestone for the fast-growing automaker.

VW's Mobile Chargers Could Help EVs Conquer the World

VW's Mobile Chargers Could Help EVs Conquer the World

Volkswagen “This is probably more expensive than just having a charging station, but this concept of ‘mobile charging’ might induce some folks to become EV buyers who are worried about a place to plug in,” says Costa Samaras, a civil and environmental engineering professor at Carnegie Mellon University who studies electric vehicles and systems. Mobile electric vehicle chargers are nothing new.

GM's Job Cuts Are Another Sign of a Future With Fewer Cars

GM's Job Cuts Are Another Sign of a Future With Fewer Cars

The automaker showed off a crossover EV, the Buick Velite 6, at the Shanghai Auto Show in April, and said it plans to start selling the vehicle in China next year.

Tesla's Autopilot Now Changes Lanes—And You're Gonna Help It Out

Tesla's Autopilot Now Changes Lanes—And You're Gonna Help It Out

By accepting this download, owners give their cars the ability to “Navigate on Autopilot,” which Tesla says “guides a car from a highway’s on-ramp to off-ramp, including suggesting and making lane changes, navigating highway interchanges, and taking exits.”It comes with a mass of caveats though, not least that the driver still has to stay in control, and confirm every single move the computer comes up with.

Mercedes' Urbanetic Concept Is a Shape-Shifting Future Van

Mercedes' Urbanetic Concept Is a Shape-Shifting Future Van

B: They have a vague idea of what the future looks like and want to share, but aren’t ready to put real money or effort behind whatever wild plan they think might get them through it.The Vision Urbanetic, which Mercedes-Benz revealed this week, falls so firmly in the latter category, its creator doesn’t even call it a concept car.