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Gasoline superusers, Tesla Supercharger network for other brands, FSD subscriptions: Today’s Car News

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Gasoline superusers guzzle more than their share of gasoline. Tesla is preparing to open its Supercharger network to other EVs. And will Tesla get a lot of takers interested in its Full Self Driving features at $199 a month? This and more, here at Green Car Reports. Tesla has started to offer its Full Self Driving suite of features as a…

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Iron-air batteries, dynamic wireless charging, EQS first drive: Today’s Car News

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The 2022 Mercedes-Benz EQS establishes the serene side of a growing cohort of large electric luxury cars. A dynamic wireless charging project could put the tech on the Interstate in Indiana. And are iron-air batteries good for a smart-energy grid? This and more, here at Green Car Reports. A startup claims to have reached a breakthrough on an…

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Wireless EV charging via highway pavement to be tested in Indiana

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Indiana will test wireless EV charging equipment embedded in highway pavement, allowing vehicles to charge as they drive. Testing will be done in three phases, with the first beginning this summer, according to an Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) press release (via The Drive). The first two phases will involve pavement testing…

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A new Iron Age? Startup promises low-cost, high-energy iron-air batteries for home grids

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Boston-based startup Form Energy claims to have achieved a battery breakthrough using one of the oldest materials known to industrialized civilization: Iron. The startup’s first product will be an iron-air battery, which can be used in energy-storage applications for one-tenth the cost of current lithium-ion chemistry, according to an announcement…

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