Elon Musk Says Tesla Is 'Very Close' To Level 5 Self-Driving Technology

But wait, Tesla’s vehicles aren’t even officially Level 3 yet. Tesla Autopilot is really the only advanced driver-assist system that gets a great deal of news coverage. This is likely due to the system’s name, added to the fact that anything related to Tesla is constantly in the news. However,

Is There a Future for the Dodge Car Brand at FCA-PSA?

The Dodge brand is a bit of a conundrum, and it doesn’t help that for 2021 it has been reduced to three vehicles: Two aging muscle cars and a large three-row SUV. (The Grand Caravan minivan kinda-sorta lives on—or at least keeps getting stays of execution, but is slated to

Is Skoda Rapid Monte Carlo’s touchscreen a dealer fitment?

According to a YouTube video, the new Android headunit in the Skoda Rapid Style and Monte Carlo is installed at the dealer end. It seems that Skoda ships the cars to dealers with the older-gen touchscreen units, and they are swapped with the new ones at the dealership. It is

Renault Is Launching European Charging Infrastructure Subsidiary

It’s called Elexent and will help fleets to go electric. As the electrification progresses, Renault has decided to launch a new subsidiary entirely dedicated to helping professionals find charging solutions for their fleets. The new company is called Elexent and will operate across Europe in partnership with multiple other partners: Once

Brawn thinks Vettel is distracted by Ferrari axe

Ross Brawn feels Sebastian Vettel must be distracted by Ferrari’s decision to axe him from the team at the end of the season. Vettel scraped just a single point at the season opening Austrian Grand Prix on a weekend where it was revealed that the decision to leave the Scuderia

Horner: Hamilton is the one who needs to change approach

Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says Lewis Hamilton is the one who perhaps needs to race differently in the future, following his second clash with Alex Albon in three races. Hamilton and Albon were battling for second place in the closing stages of the Austrian Grand Prix when

Tesla Is Leading The Charge In A Battery Revolution

If you were looking to nominate a technology as the most influential of the early 21st century, batteries would be a logical choice. This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have

Lamborghini's 63 is a 4,000hp, Twin-V12 Superyacht

You’ll need a very different kind of driving license if you want to take Lamborghini’s latest offering out for a spin. Officially going by the name of “Tecnomar for Lamborghini 63”, this new beast — unveiled today some 75 miles from the brand’s home — is a bit of a