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Like Tesla, Rivian might offer its own insurance program

Owners might be able to insure their Rivian with the automaker itself.


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Rivian could diversify the company beyond building electric vehicles to offer both an insurance program and its own collision repair service. The former would follow in Tesla’s footsteps.

A Rivian Forums user published two job postings on Tuesday from Rivian’s website that provide solid evidence the startup has big plans in the works. The first is for a data manager for the “Rivian Insurance Agency” and calls for an individual to “set up and lead Rivian’s P&C Insurance agency.” The person will also recruit, train and

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Buy a Tesla Model 3 now, because the price just dropped a couple grand

Sorry if you just placed an order for one…


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Tesla doesn’t really do model years. The electric carmaker just sort of updates things as it sees fit. Folks, the latest update as we approach the middle of 2020 might be the time to snag a Model 3, because it’s now $2,000 cheaper.

Reuters first reported on Tesla’s move to cut prices in North America, and a quick trip to the automaker’s site shows the Model 3 is, indeed, cheaper now. Actually, almost every Tesla is cheaper: The Model S and Model X are up to 6% cheaper, to

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Tesla Cybertruck won’t shrink for production, second smaller model could happen

Tesla’s Cybertruck will remain a massive thing.


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Months after the Tesla Cybertruck wowed the internet, the company’s CEO Elon Musk declared the electric pickup would likely end up being a little smaller for production. Musk often floated a figure of around 3% smaller. However, that doesn’t seem like the plan any longer.

On Saturday, Musk tweeted and said even a Cybertruck that’s 3% smaller will be too small after reviewing the design with Tesla’s chief designer, Franz von Holzhausen. Now, the plan is to keep the pickup “pretty much” the same size as the prototype. What’s good news

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Tesla Cybertruck’s size won’t change for production after all

The Cybertruck will remain a massive thing.


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Months after the Tesla Cybertruck wowed the internet, the company’s CEO Elon Musk declared the electric pickup would likely be a little smaller for production. Musk often floated a figure of around 3% smaller. However, that doesn’t seem like the plan any longer.

On Saturday, Musk tweeted and said even a Cybertruck that’s 3% smaller will be too small after reviewing the design with Tesla’s chief designer, Franz von Holzhausen. Now, the plan is to keep the pickup “pretty much” the same size as the prototype. What’s good news for those

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