Rebanto Roy

Rebanto Roy
Rebanto Roy is a 21-year-old Master's student whose sole objective is to make a difference with his creative writing abilities. He has been a Content Writer for only a crisp three years within which he has contributed to industries ranging from Hospitality to Human Resources. He has the remarkable capability of transforming a single word into a stream of opinions, facts, figures, and of course, a salty yet direct sense of humor. He is very passionate about music and hopes that one day he will be working as a noteworthy copywriter in a radio station. Hobbies range from playing football to strumming the guitar once in a while.

Tesla EV Registrations in California Fell by 13% in Q3

Tesla Model 3

Tesla is losing ground in its home State. Should Musk be concerned? Things are not looking good for Tesla, but are we shocked? After months of risky stunts and unconventional business practices finally resulted in consequences. A drop in Q3 registrations in California by 13% doesn’t paint a pretty picture. …

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Tesla Just Shortened its Used Car Warranty to 1 Year

Tesla Model X

Possibly, a move to sell more new cars, but it’s a bit anti-consumer, to say the least. Tesla has pulled off quite the stunt, this time, by downgrading its used car warranty to 1 year. Way to go on building consumer confidence and trust. This year, the company performed exceptionally …

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Audi to Collaborate with Chinese FAW on Premium Electric Vehicles

Audi and FAW establish new company

Audi keeps pushing with its recent EV offensive by announcing a collaboration with FAW, another Chinese car manufacturer. Audi signed a memorandum of understanding with Chinese FAW, aiming to supply premium electric vehicles. The resulting  EV models will use the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) by Porsche. However, the companies will …

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EV Sales Boom in Germany, Exceed 40,000 in September

Tesla EV

Germany is setting an example for the rest of Europe with EV and plug-in hybrid sales far beyond expectations recently. It didn’t come as a surprise that one of the most advanced countries in the race to electrification crossed 40,000 passenger plug-in electric cars sold in one month. In comparison, …

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Chevrolet Halts C8 Corvette Production due to Part Shortage

2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

The first mid-engine Corvette was off to a good start. However, COVID-19-related supply shortages stopped production this week. The COVID-19 pandemic has not been kind to the automobile industry. The sudden stoppage of Chevrolet Corvette production due to supply chain issues bears testimony to the fact. Namely, GM experienced a …

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Volocopter and Japan Airlines to Launch Commercial eVTOL Flights

Volocity Japan

Japan will have one of the first commercial air taxi services in the world, thanks to Volocopter. Volocopter and Japan Airlines are extending their collaboration to initiate commercial air taxi services, looking towards a potential commercial launch in three years. Back in February, Japan Airlines Innovation Fund invested in Volocopter …

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Ford Employees Will Work from Home Through June 2021

Ford emblem

Ford will continue to support employees working from home to fight the pandemic. With the US health crisis getting worse, Ford notified its North-American workers that they have to work from home, at least until June next year. That’s an additional eight more months of working from home ever since …

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Nissan Will Leave the Commercial Van Market in the US

Nissan commercial fleet

The Japanese manufacturer can’t compete with Ford and Chevy in the commercial van segment and decided to quit. Nissan will stop selling commercial vehicles in the US and Canada and halt production of their full-size NV vans in Canton, Mississippi, and their compact NV200 in Cuernavaca, Mexico, by next summer. …

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