August 2022

Tesla FSD Beta

After 8 Months Elon Musk Agrees To Enable FSD Beta On NHTSA’s In-House Tesla Test Vehicle

Tesla's FSD Beta software is rapidly progressing towards becoming a level 5 fully self-driving software. However, as the AI's capabilities grow, so has scrutiny by regulatory agencies. And today, an 8-month-old message sent by the NHTSA to Tesla asking to be included in the FSD Beta program has surfaced. After a long wait, Musk has finally agreed to turn on FSD Beta on the regulatory agency's in-house test Tesla vehicle.
Tesla Megapack, courtesy of Tesla Inc.

Tesla Quietly Made Key Changes In Storage: Megapack XL Stores 50% More Energy, While Becoming Bigger And Heavier

Quietly and without any marketing, Tesla has made changes to its website about Tesla Megapack specifications. We can now see that the storage capacity has increased from 2.6 MWh to 3.9 MWh, which is basically a 50% gain; but it does point to the chemistry of the cells being LFP (Lithium Iron Phosphate).
2023 Nissan Z Performance exterior

2023 Nissan Z Performance: Cheapest Way To Get Into The 400 Horsepower Club

Nissan's oldest nameplate the Z returns for 2023, and not only is it the cheapest way to get into the 400 horsepower club, but it's also one of the smartest way to do that. Nissan's unveiling of the seventh generation of the Z shows how much it respects its rich heritage. In this review of the 2023 Nissan Z Performance, we will see how the style, power and driving pleasure remain the cornerstones of this racing car.
The 2022 Infiniti QX80 front view

The 2022 Infiniti QX80 Review: New Bet on Digitization, and Hidden Changes

Infiniti QX80 is perhaps the most representative SUV of the Japanese brand. It's updated in the 2022 model year, but those are serial modifications and only visible from the inside. In this review of the 2022 Infiniti QX80 Sensory 4WD we are going to take a look at those updates on Infiniti's bet on digitization.

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