The first version of Faraday Potential was shipped as an EV. The majority of Americans do not consider local climate change to be a problem. Tesla also somewhat reduces prices for the Design S and Model X. This post from Inexperienced Auto Reports covers all of this and more.


Through the introduction of more affordable Common Array variants, Tesla has successfully reduced the basic price of its Design S and Model X vehicles. With a $10,000 lower price tag, they apply a software lock to the battery pack, limiting range to 320 and 269 miles, respectively, as opposed to 405 and 348 miles for the other variants. Although improve charge has not yet been disclosed, Tesla charged $4,500 to access all of the batteries when it provided this on the Design 3.

About five decades after it was originally scheduled to arrive, the California-based Faraday Future company dispatched its first FF91 ultra-luxury EV—one of them. For a business that first came out of stealth mode in 2015 and discovered the FF91 in 2017, it has been a very long path.

People who believe we’ve collectively gotten over the hump regarding the significance of combating global warming, reducing tailpipe emissions, and switching to electric vehicles (EVs) may be surprised by recent Pew poll results given that large portions of the United States are currently experiencing “heat hell.” Only 31% of respondents in the United States said that the country should entirely phase out fossil fuels without specifying a time frame. Additionally, there is a party gap on several fundamental issues, with significantly less than one in four Republicans viewing climate change alone as a major concern.