First race-ready Tesla Model S P100D is delivered to Electric GT team

Now they have delivered the first Tesla Model S P100D stripped-down and race-ready to one of the Electric GT teams that will be competing in the championship. After a few delays and setback over the last year, Electric GT, the Tesla racing championship, is now pushing ahead for the first season to start at the end of the year. The company first planned to launch its championship with the Tesla Model S P85+, but they instead decided to use the Tesla Model S P100D with ‘Ludicrous+’ after it was announced. They claim that a stripped-down… Read moreFirst race-ready Tesla Model S P100D is delivered to Electric GT team

Here is what Tesla AI can see (Video)

A rare look at what Tesla Autopilot can see and interpret With the help of a few Tesla hackers, they were able to overlay the data with the snapshots of what the vehicle can see, which results in an interesting visualization of what Autopilot understands when looking through its sensors. It’s not a complete look at what Autopilot can see. For example, it doesn’t include the tracking of the lanes. But it does show how the system is tracking objects in its field of view and a way that we have never seen before. It… Read moreHere is what Tesla AI can see (Video)

Porsche is making a $7.4 billion bet on electric cars

Porsche is going all in on electric cars. The Stuttgart, Germany-based sports car giant announced on Monday its plan to spend €6 billion ($7.4 billion) by 2022 to develop a lineup of electrified cars. Monday’s announcement doubles the €3 billion ($3.7 billion) electric mobility investment plan Porsche announced last year. “We are doubling our expenditure on electromobility from around three billion euro to more than six billion euro,” Porsche AG chairman Oliver Blume said in a statement. “Alongside the development of our models with combustion engines, we are setting an important course for the future… Read morePorsche is making a $7.4 billion bet on electric cars