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Tesla expands with the first electric Semi-truck to PepsiCo

More than five years after revealing the electric Semi-truck, Tesla has handed over the first of its kind to PepsiCo’s Frito-Lay in Modesto California.  The food and beverage giant has reserved one hundred trucks and experts to deploy an initial 15 by the end of the year. PepsiCo said in a statement that, “the company has been aiming to reduce fuel costs and emissions" since the initial announcement of the trucks back in 2017.  More: Opinion: Is Elon Musk still fit to run Tesla? Even though electric passenger cars receive the most attention, the decision to electrify trucking could have a significant...

November sales inventory surge rises by double digits for fourth month in a row

According to Thomas King, president of J.D. Power's data and analytics division, "November results demonstrate that vehicle production is continuing to improve, with available...

A hydrogen-powered Honda CR-V is coming in 2024

The Honda CR-V, a hydrogen-electric car, will be the first hydrogen-powered vehicle made in the U.S. in 2024. Despite being the smallest molecule in...

FCC’s new telemarketing rule could end dealership robocalls for good

The FCC has officially banned a controversial telemarketing tactic frequently used in the auto industry. In a ruling last Tuesday, the commission moved to require...
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