The car group Fiat-Chrysler has signed an agreement with Tesla in the run-up to the 2021 CO2 targets. It is a question of avoiding fines that promise to be astronomical. However, the legality of the assembly raises questions, and all eyes are turned to the European Commission … Get flashed at 150 on the highway, and ask a third party to lose his points in … Continue reading CO2 objective: is Fiat’s combination with Tesla legal?
Since the beginning of the year, the action of the Californian car manufacturer fell by 38%. Investors punish failures of the rise in industrial pace, but also the return of losses in the first quarter. Yet, Tesla has abundant cash and continues to borrow heavily on the markets. It’s been years that the media give him for dead … Moreover, the short-sellers are still many … Continue reading Tesla: doubts plunge title, but markets finance debt
In most European countries, you will probably spot one. We’re talking about Tesla cars: Norway, and particularly Oslo, has the biggest number of Tesla cars per capita in the whole world, to the point that you hardly see a “regular” car anymore in the streets. But what’s the reason behind this? Below, we’re trying to shine a light on the reasons why the electric car … Continue reading Why Does Norway Have So Many Tesla Cars?