Monday, 8 September 2014

Elon Musk Delivers Tesla Model S In Japan And Signals That May Work With Toyota Again.

 There is very interesting report from Bloomberg this morning. Toyota is a vivid supporter of the Hydrogen Cars, but for sure would not like to miss on electric cars advance into the mass market stage.

All You Need To Know About Tesla's Nevada Lithium Batteries Gigafactory.

  "The deal of the century or at least its first decade for electric cars is signed by Elon Musk. Gigafactory will open the doors for the mass market for electric cars and $35k Tesla Model III will be the first one rolling out. I will provide links in addition to the report by Damon Lavrinc so that you can get the full picture of this groundbreaking development for our industry. Read more."

China Rolls Out Welcome Mat for Electric Cars: Ganfeng Lithium Partners with International Lithium in Argentina and Ireland.

Elon Musk With Tesla Gigafactory Starts The Race To Secure Supply Of Lithium Batteries And Lithium.


Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) may partner with Toyota Motor Corp. (7203) again in the future, Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said.
“If you look out maybe two or three years from now, I would not be surprised if there was a significant deal with Toyota and Tesla,” Musk told reporters today in Tokyo. While Tesla and Toyota have no definitive plans, Musk said he envisioned a larger project than their deal for the RAV4 electric vehicle.
The comments come as the two carmakers wind down sales of the jointly developed RAV4 EV after delivering only about 2,000 units since it went on sale two years ago. Since that project, both companies have taken separate paths, with Toyota now preparing to sell its first fuel-cell vehicle, a technology Musk has ridiculed.
Toyota has no comment on Musk’s remarks, spokesman Ryo Sakai said.
While people with knowledge of the matter have told Bloomberg News that the RAV4 EV project was marred by clashes between engineers, Musk said today that Tesla has “a very good relationship with Toyota.”
After having panned hydrogen-powered cars as “fool cells” in the past, he told reporters today at an event marking the start of Model S deliveries in Japan that there was some value in experimenting with other technologies. Read more on Bloomberg."