Tesla costs are up yet again. Mercedes-Benz will be having US-made battery cells for its US-built electrical SUVs. And Volvo is selecting Starbucks for a take a look at network of quick-charging stations. This and a lot more, right here at Green Automobile Reports. 

Volvo’s strategy for a pilot EV charging network will have a Starbucks at each individual cease. The system will incorporate up to 60 ChargePoint DC quick-chargers at up to 15 merchants, in the beginning alongside a 1,350-mile route involving Seattle and Denver. For people of us who’d rather skip the wide parking a lot, let’s hope this strategy catches on. 

Mercedes-Benz is turning to the Chinese-owned, Japan-centered battery provider for the Nissan Leaf—Envision AESC—as its associate for a battery facility in Ga that will supply cells for Alabama-developed, entirely electrical EQS SUV and EQE SUV types. Mercedes emphasizes that the Alabama plant will serve as an “export hub” for luxurious SUVs in the electrici period.

And Tesla has raised charges however yet again, with base selling prices this time finding hiked $2,000 to $12,500, based on the design. That makes a base Design 3 $49,690 today—more than a 3rd a lot more than at this time a year ago. And the selling price of entry of a Model Y Prolonged Selection is now $62,990. 

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