Tesla prices are up again. Mercedes-Benz will be getting US-made battery cells for its US-made electric SUVs. And Volvo is choosing Starbucks for a test network of fast-charging stations. This and more, here at Green Car Reports.
Volvo’s plan for a pilot EV charging network will have a Starbucks at every stop
Mercedes-Benz is turning to the Chinese-owned, Japan-based battery supplier for the Nissan Leaf—Envision AESC—as its partner for a battery facility in Georgia that will supply cells for Alabama-built, fully electric EQS SUV and EQE SUV models
And Tesla has raised prices yet again, with base prices this time getting hiked $2,000 to $12,500, depending on the model. That makes a base Model 3 $49,690 today—more than a third more than at this time a year ago. And the price of entry of a Model Y Long Range is now $62,990.