AutoComplete: Tesla is dropping prices on its entire model range
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Consider how long Tesla has been in the business of building cars its good to hear that its getting pretty good at it.
It's built so many cars in 2018 that its dropping prices by 2 grand on all its models to help offset the partial lost of the federal EV tax credit.
If that two grand figure doesn't sound like much, that's because it really isn't, especially when compared to the six figure price tag of a Model S or X. Still, it's something, right?
So it looks like everyone's jokes about Arizona being a post-apocalyptic hellscape went one step too far.
And now citizens are arming themselves to go all grand theft auto on Waymo's autonomous test vehicles.
One maniac even threatened a van with a gun.
Waymo has opted not to pursue criminal charges against the individuals that it caught on camera in hopes that things don't escalate further.
despite the fact that it seems to be constantly on the brink of collapse, Faraday future has once again found a small lifeline that could help it get back to the business of building cars According to a tweet and has reached a quiet detente with a subsidiary of its last major investor, Evergrande Health.
And the agreement will allow it to seek outside funding in 2019 while simultaneously seizing all litigation arbitration proceedings between the two companies.
Will this be enough to untangle the financial rat king in which Faraday Future finds itself?
Your guess at this point is as good as ours.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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