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Tesla, Inc. is an American electric vehicle and clean energy company based in Palo Alto, California.

Tesla Model 3 and Model Y are the most expensive vehicles to insure in U.S.A.

Tesla Model 3 and Model Y

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The Model 3, which starts in the low $40K range, costs an average of $2,830 a year for full coverage. The Model Y isn’t far behind at $2,658. “Insurance for the Model 3 and other Tesla vehicles is so expensive because as a luxury car, Teslas are more expensive to repair and are a more enticing target for thieves,” the website noted.

Vehicles with powerful engines are typically more expensive to insure as they “more likely to be in damaging high-speed crashes than most other types of vehicles.” The cost to repair a vehicle also plays into how much an owner is charged for insurance.

DrivingElectric Car of the Year 2022 goes to the MG ZS EV

DrivingElectric Car of the Year 2022 goes to the MG ZS EV

British publication DrivingElectric has announced their award winners for this year »

Car of the Year 2022 » MG ZS EV

Best Urban Electric Car » Fiat 500

Best Value Electric Car » MG ZS EV

Best Family Electric Car » Skoda Enyaq iV

Best Luxury Electric Car » BMW iX

Best Long-Distance Electric Car » Hyundai Ioniq 5

Best Electric Company Car » Tesla Model 3

Best Electric Performance Car » Porsche Taycan

Best Used Electric Car » Nissan Leaf Mk2

Best Small Electric Van » Citroen e-Berlingo, Peugeot e-Partner, Toyota Proace City Electric, and Vauxhall Combo-e

Best Medium Electric Van » Citroen e-Dispatch, Peugeot e-Expert, Toyota Proace Electric, and Vauxhall Vivaro-e

Best Large Electric Van » Fiat e-Ducato

Technology Award » Hyundai Ioniq 5

Innovation Award » Citroen Ami

Readers’ Favourite Electric Car » Kia EV6

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Tesla sold 52,859 China-made vehicles in November 2021

Tesla sold 52,859 China-made vehicles in November 2021, including 21,127 for export, according to the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA).

While those numbers look good when compared to the same month last year, they also indicate Tesla’s wholesale volumes are down 2.8% in November over October.

Tesla, which is making Model 3 4-door sedan and Model Y SUV in Shanghai, sold 54,391 China-made vehicles in October 2021, 40,666 of which were exported.

Passenger car sales in November 2021 in China totalled 1.85 million, down 12.5 percent from November 2020.

Elsewhere » Reuters / We Go Electric / CnEVPost

Ford aims to be world’s #2 EV maker within two years, with annual production capacity of nearly 600,000

Paul Lienert / Reuters »

The automaker’s optimism stems from increasing demand for its next new EV, the Ford F-150 Lightning pickup, with retail reservations approaching 200,000, Lisa Drake, chief operating officer of Ford North America, said.

Reuters reported on Wednesday that Ford likely would be vying with Stellantis for third place in the EV race by 2025, behind Tesla and the Volkswagen Group, based on production forecast data provided by AutoForecast Solutions.

Speaking at an investor conference, Drake said Ford is working to vertically integrate more EV components, including power electronics and e-drives, at existing facilities that build parts for combustion vehicles – a modern take on founder Henry Ford’s pioneering work in building many of his own components.

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Autocar names it’s top 10 family EVs for 2021

These are the best EVs that effortlessly will fit into everyday life and carry the family and its paraphernalia.

Autocar »

This is a list of our top 10 electric cars for families at the more affordable end of the market, compiled considering factors such as range, usability, driving dynamics and value for money. Some EVs are still subject to relatively high prices compared with combustion-engined cars, but their premiums can be offset against lower running costs.

  1. Hyundai Ioniq 5
  2. Skoda Enyaq iV
  3. Kia EV6
  4. Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV
  5. Volkswagen ID.4
  6. Tesla Model 3
  7. Kia e-Niro
  8. Nissan Leaf
  9. MG 5 SW EV
  10. Cupra Born

Tesla’s recent price increase means the Model 3 is no longer eligible for Canada’s $5,000 incentive program

Transport Canada Notice to Customers November 23, 2021

Canada Press »

In a notice posted on its website, Transport Canada said the popular car ceased to be eligible for the federal $5,000 electric car rebate program for both its 2021 and 2022 models.

Only Tesla Model 3 that were ordered before Nov. 23 will still have the rebate shaved off its price tag under what the government calls its iZEV program.

Transport Canada said Tesla announced a price increase to its standard range and standard range plus models that took effect Nov. 23, which now exceeds the iZEV program’s eligibility requirements.

“As a result, these vehicle models are no longer eligible for iZEV program incentives,” the department said.

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