Tesla Cybertruck fails to live up to billing
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Heading towards vapourware

The Tesla Cybertruck is proving to be yet another project that Elon [look at me] Musk has been unable to deliver -- along with a cheap robot and a profitable Twitter.  

Chinese EV makers face hurdles in Europe
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Despite being cheaper and more advanced

Chinese electric vehicle makers are turning out cheaper and more advanced products, but they might find it difficult to get into the European market.

Beep, beep, beep Waymo reversing
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Self-driving Trucking not as important as ride hailing

Waymo, the self-driving unit owned by Alphabet, is slowing the development of autonomous trucking that's being done by its Via subsidiary.

US court allows violation of Indian sacred land
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Yeah, yeah bury my heart at Wounded Knee Custer wants smartcars now

Showing it has learnt nothing in the last 400 years, a US appeals court has denied a last-ditch legal effort to block the construction of what’s expected to be the largest lithium mine in North America on sacred Native American land in Nevada.

Toyota claims it has improved batteries
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Another week another battery break-through

Toyota claims it has made a technological breakthrough that will allow it to cut the weight, size, and cost of batteries in half.