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  • 2021 Ford Bronco launch delayed to summer, manual Sasquatch to 2022

    2021 Ford Bronco launch delayed to summer, manual Sasquatch to 2022

    Ford Bronco reservation holders are about to get a holiday surprise and it’s not delightful: The 2021 Ford Bronco will not launch in the spring as planned. On Friday, Ford spokesperson Jiyan Cadiz confirmed to Motor Authority the 2021 Ford Bronco will now launch in the summer of 2021 due to COVID-19-related supplier issues. It’s […] More

  • New Device Sends Images Directly Into Monkeys’ Brains

    New Device Sends Images Directly Into Monkeys’ Brains

    Thanks to an array of electrodes implanted in their brains, two monkeys were able to “see” and recognize individual letter shapes — without ever having to use their eyes, as New Scientist reports. The researchers behind the effort claim it’s the highest resolution of “vision” ever achieved without taking advantage of the retina. Previous efforts […] More

  • Podcast: Tesla (TSLA) profit vs massive cap raise, software update, Lucid's factory, and more

    Podcast: Tesla (TSLA) profit vs massive cap raise, software update, Lucid’s factory, and more

    This week on the Electrek Podcast, we discuss the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including a discussion about Tesla making profits versus doing a massive capital raise, a new Tesla software update, Lucid’s factory, and more. Sponsored by Electrify America: Discover all the new and innovative ways that Electrify America is […] More

  • Aptera Announces a 1,000-Mile Range 'Never Charge' Solar EV But We Should Explain

    Aptera Announces a 1,000-Mile Range ‘Never Charge’ Solar EV But We Should Explain

    Photo: Aptera Aptera, the company that designed a radical, wildly efficient three-wheeler and then died (but only after making into a Star Trek movie) was reborn a few years back and is now ready to officially announce their all-new, reborn car, which it seems like it is just calling the Aptera solar electric vehicle (sEV). […] More

  • Jamaican bobsled team pushes a Mini Convertible up an indoor ski slope

    Jamaican bobsled team pushes a Mini Convertible up an indoor ski slope

    Need to train for an upcoming outdoor Olympic competition, but COVID restrictions are forcing you to shelter in place? Well, if your sport happens to be bobsled and your place happens to be an indoor ski slope, that just might be doable.  Perhaps you remember Jamaica’s national bobsled team for pushing a Mini Cooper convertible […] More

  • NASA Will Pay This Startup $1 to Collect Moon Dust. Wait, What?

    NASA Will Pay This Startup $1 to Collect Moon Dust. Wait, What?

    Low Balling NASA just cut deals with four startups to buy the Moon dust they plan to harvest during upcoming missions, and the space agency is paying top dollar. In fact, it’s paying one of the startups just one single dollar — an eyebrow-raisingly low price in the realm of space travel, where missions can easily […] More

  • China Turns On Its Artificial Sun: China's Nuclear Fusion Reactor

    China Turns On Its Artificial Sun: China’s Nuclear Fusion Reactor

    Xinhua/Chinese Academy of Sciences China has switched on its HL-2M EAST tokamak for its first planned full-strength fusion. EAST, an “artificial sun,” is global peers with ITER and hopes to reach some of the same milestones. No tokamak reactor (or fusion reactor, period) has yet reached net productive energy. China has switched on its record-setting […] More

  • Safari Porsche 911, hybrid Kawasaki motorcycle, 2021 Mercedes-Benz Maybach GLS-Class: The Week In Reverse

    Safari Porsche 911, hybrid Kawasaki motorcycle, 2021 Mercedes-Benz Maybach GLS-Class: The Week In Reverse

    A high-riding Porsche 911 was spotted; Kawasaki announced a hybrid motorcycle with AI tech; and we drove the 2021 Mercedes-Benz Maybach GLS-Class. It’s the Week in Reverse, right here at Motor Authority. A high-riding Porsche 911 was spotted undergoing high-speed testing on the Nürburgring. The lifted prototype indicates a modern 911 Safari could be in […] More

  • The Sharpest-Ever Image of a Sunspot Looks Like a Portal to Hell

    The Sharpest-Ever Image of a Sunspot Looks Like a Portal to Hell

    The US National Science Foundation’s Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope, the largest solar observatory in the world, just released its first-ever image of a sunspot. The image, taken in January 2020, is the sharpest image of a sunspot in history — and it looks absolutely terrifying. “The sunspot image achieves a spatial resolution about 2.5 times […] More

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