Tesla to produce $25K car as early as 2022 in Gigafactory Shanghai: report

An eco-assessment report for Gigafactory Shanghai recently provided a teaser about a third Tesla that will be produced at the China-based electric car factory. The documents hint that Tesla is looking to produce a new car at Giga Shanghai as early as 2022, and it will be priced between RMB160,000 to RMB 200,000 (about $25,000 to $30,000). 

As noted in a report posted by Sina Motors on Weibo, Tesla’s steadily improving sales in China were key drivers for the impending launch of the third vehicle. The new car was reportedly approved as early as September 2020, and product verification is poised to be completed around March 2021. The vehicle, which will reportedly be based on the Model 3 chassis, will take its place as Tesla’s entry-level EV in the country. 

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Brexit blow to car industry as EU rejects crucial UK plan to avoid export tariffs

The EU wants to prevent the UK being an offshore assembly hub – as it seeks to woo manufacturers across the Channel (PA)
The EU wants to prevent the UK being an offshore assembly hub – as it seeks to woo manufacturers across the Channel (PA)

Brexit has delivered another blow to the struggling UK car industry after the EU rejected a crucial UK plan to avoid tariffs on exports.

Ministers had asked for parts brought in from Japan, South Korea or Turkey to be treated as British, to qualify under strict rules-of-origin if a trade agreement is struck.

But, in a letter to car bosses, Britain’s chief Brexit negotiator has admitted he has failed to persuade the EU to accept the proposal – and “obviously cannot insist on it”.

It means exports now face tariffs unless the majority of their value originates from the UK or EU. Typically, the figure is only 44 per cent for a car assembled in this country.

The EU rejected the idea because it saw the UK

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140-Car Collection Heading To Auction This Fall In KS

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This massive collection was curated and owned by the late inventor of the Moon-Walk bounce house!

Bob Regehr made a name for himself by inventing the Moon-Walk bounce house, but automotive enthusiasts might recognize his name due to the massive classic car collection he amassed over the years. At one point, his collection surpassed 200 vehicles, but by the time of his death last September, this number sat at around 140.

On October 24, 2020, all of these vehicles will be auctioned off at the Kansas State Fairgrounds marking the first time many of these cars have been seen by the public in decades.

Image Credit: VanDerBrink Auctions

According to a report from KWCH, Regehr has been collecting cars since he was 14 years old, and as you can see in the photo above, one of his favorites was the ’32

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