Lucid Air gets sideways during snow testing

Lucid, the startup that plans to release the 1,000-horsepower Air electric sedan, appears to be serious about getting its car into production. We recently saw it prowling the San Francisco streets, and now Lucid has released a video of the car undergoing snow testing. That’s not unusual for any car, but this video shows that the Air could be…

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Uber inches closer to its dream of electric flying machines

Uber has lofty dreams. The ride-hailing company is looking to expand beyond the confines of ground-based transportation and bring its passengers into the sky. It plans to do so with electric flying vehicles that will be accessed via a terminal of sorts, and the company just inched a bit closer to realizing this dream with an impressive new hire…

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Uber inches closer to its dream of electric flying machines

Jannarelly Design-1, Lynk & Co 01, street-legal McLaren P1 GTR: This Week’s Top Photos

Sports car fans now have a new option for a lightweight road and track car, thanks to startup Jannarelly. The company’s recently revealed Design-1 is now available in the United States as Jannarelly has signed a local importer and plans to start deliveries in November. Crucially, the car is street legal in every state. Another startup that…

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Jannarelly Design-1, Lynk & Co 01, street-legal McLaren P1 GTR: This Week’s Top Photos

Report: Fisker may be stuffing the online ballot box

Our good friends over at The Truth About Cars have an in-depth and interesting story about some—let’s say, inconsistencies—associated with media coverage of designer Henrik Fisker’s latest venture. Specifically, the comment box below many articles about Fisker Inc. We highly recommend hitting the link and following the trail Mark…

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