Automotive News

This section of Torque News provides the latest auto news and updates from the car manufacturers. Every day number of news stories and editorials are published here that give our readers an overview of what is happening in the automotive industry. Read this section daily to find out about new cars, vehicle reviews and car pictures. Torque News is an automotive news website by Hareyan Publishing, LLC, dedicated to covering the latest news, reviews and opinions about the car industry.
Tesla Model S

Tesla´s Next Gamechanger: Blockchain, IoT, Smart Charging, Smart Grids, Open Standards Combined

Tesla is not just a car company, like Ford, Toyota, GM or Volkswagen: it is actually a technology & energy company that combines a wide variety of tools made up of the latest cutting-edge technologies. In part, some of those technologies, like IoT, Smart Charging, Smart Grids and Blockchain are already deployed in the real world.
Brake job savings tips.

Toyota Maintenance Mechanic Shows How to Cut Brake Repair Job Costs in Half

Looking to save money on your brake job estimate without compromising on safety and performance? Here are some tips from a Toyota Maintenance mechanic who shows how he cut the cost of a brake repair job in half by showing that not all dealership service department estimates are honest; and, that “only-OEM” advice has its exceptions.
Megapack

Tesla Megapack to Develop Huge 2GW Project With Arevon Energy

A huge 2 GW contract was announced yesterday (September 28th), between Arevon Energy, an Arizona-based company, and Tesla. Arevon is a renewable energy leader, with more than 160 projects that provide services for solar, wind and energy storage, with $13 B of operational clean energy assets contracts for their services and with 1,250,000 average American homes powered annually.
GM BrightDrop EV Van

GM Commercial EV Unit Expands Lineup With New Entry, Adds Verizon As New Buyer

GM's ongoing push towards EVs is not only focused on satisfying the needs of traditional consumers, but also commercial customers looking to add zero-emissions capability to their supply fleets. GM's BrightDrop commercial division is aiming to fill the void with its lineup of cargo vans and the upstart division has not only revealed their second van model but also confirmed that Verizon will be the first buyer of the new model.

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