More Cybertruck delays, GM and Hyundai break records, and a new electric classic

On today’s episode of Quick Charge, Tesla is delaying Cybertruck deliveries, 3rd time’s a charm for FSD transfers, EV sales are up all over, big trucks go far, and a classic electric Porsche.

We’ve got lots of Tesla news to get through today – some good, some bad, but all very much “on brand” for the electric carmaker we’ve come to know in recent years. Meanwhile, GM, Hyundai, and Kia and setting EV sales records, America’s big truck companies break ground on a new battery factory, Volvo clocks 50,000,0000 miles on its electric semis, and a classic electric Porsche 911.

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