You can probably argue over whether it’s a good or a bad sign, but Tesla CEO Elon Musk confirmed on Twitter today a report in The Information that he has taken over direct control of the division that’s producing Tesla’s Model 3 electric sedan after the company failed to meet the delivery goals it had set.
Specifically, Tesla had intended to produce 500 Model 3 cars per day, or 2,500 per week, by the end of last month. But according to a company-wide email to employees that was sent today and obtained by Jalopnik, Musk said Tesla has been making closer to 2,000 of the cars per week. (Musk estimated last July that Tesla would be making 20,000 of the cars per month by December.)
In his email — fired off at 3 am. PDT — Musk added that if “things go as planned today, we will comfortably exceed that number over a seven day period!”
Musk may have been referring in part to the reorganization. But while The Information reported that Musk had seemingly “pushed aside the company’s senior vice president of engineering, Doug Field, who had been overseeing manufacturing in recent months,” Musk quickly took issue with that characterization of events.
He complained on Twitter to Information reporter Amir Efrati, “Can’t believe you’re even writing about this. My job as CEO is to focus on what’s most critical, which is currently Model 3 production. Doug, who I regard as one of the world’s most talented engineering execs, is focused on vehicle engineering.”
Musk continued, tweeting: “About a year ago, I asked Doug to manage both engineering & production. He agreed that Tesla needed [engineering and production to be] better aligned, so we don’t design cars that are crazy hard to build. Right now, tho, better to divide & conquer, so I’m back to sleeping at factory. Car biz is hell …”
That Musk is feeling sensitive to press reports right now won’t come as a surprise to anyone who follows the company, given the string of negative publicity that Tesla has received in recent weeks.
In addition to a voluntary recall of 123,000 Model S vehicles that owes to a problem with the power-steer component of some of the cars, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration last week launched an investigation into the role of Tesla’s Autopilot in a fatal crash.
In fact, in a series of separate tweets today, Musk responded to the National Transportation Safety Board, a safety agency that said it was “unhappy” with Tesla’s decision on Friday to publish a blog post about the accident, given that investigations are ongoing.
In that post, Tesla said the driver, since identified as an Apple engineer, “had received several visual and one audible hands-on warning earlier in the drive and the driver’s hands were not detected on the wheel for six seconds prior to the collision.” The company also noted that a highway safety barrier that might have lessened the impact of the collision had been “crushed in a prior accident without being replaced.”
The suggestion was plainly that Tesla can’t be blamed, at least not entirely, for the fatality.
In response to the NTSB’s newly public frustration over the release of these details by Tesla, Musk wrote on Twitter today, “Lot of respect for NTSB, but NHTSA regulates cars, not NTSB, which is an advisory body. Tesla releases critical crash data affecting public safety immediately & always will. To do otherwise would be unsafe.”
Tesla closed down 5.1 percent at $252.48 in trading today.
Australia could not get enough of the American election .
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Like slowing down to gawk at a automobile disintegrate, Australia could not get enough of the U.S. ballot in 2016.
It was the most talked about topic amongst the 15 million or so Australians sharing poles on Facebook this year, according to the company’s own data. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and shark attacks rounded out the top three. So, all in all, a remarkably dismal year.
According to Mia Garlick, administrator of Facebook policy for Australia and New Zealand, 289 million people in the world established 10 billion interactions – likes, observations, shares and original poles from the working day Ted Cruz announced his candidacy for president in Mar ., 2015 through to poll period this November.
“The fact that the US election did not are available in the top ten most talked about topics by Australians in 2015 suggests that 2016 was its first year that got Australians most hired about national elections, ” she said.
And why not? The whole act was, and continues to be, C.R.A.Z.Y .
Alongside Turnbull, right-wing politician Pauline Hanson was the only other local politico to induce the top 10 roll. Australia deemed its own referendum this year, but apparently the whole rigmarole wasn’t quite as engaging as Clinton v. Trump.
Here’s your 2016 “most talked about” directory, Australia. And here’s hoping 2017 is slightly more cheery.
The difficult-to-pronounce word on everybodys lips this week is Nxivm, the self-help company that former members have deemed a cult.
Nxivm (pronounced Nexium) is currently in the press because its leader Keith Raniere was arrested in Mexico on Sunday. Subsequently, hes been charged with sex-trafficking and conspiracy to commit forced labor. FBI official William Sweeney detailed on Monday that, As alleged, Keith Raniere displayed a disgusting abuse of power in his efforts to denigrate and manipulate women he considered his sex slaves.
Sweeney continued, He allegedly participated in horrifying acts of branding and burning them, with the co-operation of other women operating within this unorthodox pyramid scheme. These serious crimes against humanity are not only shocking, but disconcerting to say the least, and we are putting an end to this torture today.
Unlike other, less glamorous cults, Nxivm has always flirted with celebrity. A 2010 Vanity Fair piece alleged that Raniere went out of his way to court wealthy and influential followers. That article, The Heiresses and the Cult, told the story of Seagrams heiresses Sara and Clare Bronfman, who quickly rose through the Nxivm ranks, helping to organize high profile events like the Dalai Lamas visit to Albany in 2009.
Vanity Fairreported that the Bronfman sisters relationship with Raniere lead to a massive gutting of their trust funds to help finance nxivm and the alleged investment schemes of its leader. The article continued, According to legal filings and public documents, in the last six years as much as $150 million was taken out of the Bronfmans trusts and bank accounts, including $66 million allegedly used to cover Ranieres failed bets in the commodities market, $30 million to buy real estate in Los Angeles and around Albany, $11 million for a 22-seat, two-engine Canadair CL-600 jet, and millions more to support a barrage of lawsuits across the country against nxivms enemies.
Slaves must immediately answer their masters any time they text or call them, and if they do not recruit enough slaves of their own, they are beaten with a paddle on their buttocks.
In 2017, The New York Times published a shocking report, substantiated by the testimonies of former members. One woman, Sarah Edmondson, claimed to have been branded during a Nxivm ritual. The Times reported that, Each woman was told to undress and lie on a massage table, while three others restrained her legs and shoulders. According to one of them, their master, a top Nxivm official named Lauren Salzman, instructed them to say: Master, please brand me, it would be an honor.
A female doctor proceeded to use a cauterizing device to sear a two-inch-square symbol below each womans hip, a procedure that took 20 to 30 minutes, the article continued, For hours, muffled screams and the smell of burning tissue filled the room.
A text message Raniere allegedly sent to a female follower that was obtained by The New York Times acknowledged both the branding and its unique design, reading, Not initially intended as my initials but they rearranged it slightly for tribute. The KR initials also, when inverted, spell the initials AM.
The New York Timesalso reported that the state police investigator told Ms. Edmondson and two other women that officials would not pursue their criminal complaint against Nxivm because their actions had been consensual.
Dynasty star Catherine Oxenberg spoke with the Times as wellher daughter, India, had reportedly also been initiated into the top-secret sorority.
Before fleeing the country, Raniere wrote a letter in response to the Times expose, describing the sororitys members as thriving, health, happy and better off, insisting that they haven't been coerced.
Catherine Oxenberg isnt the only minor celebrity to make an appearance in Ranieres tangled web. Smallville fans were shocked to learn that Allison Mack, the Teen Choice Award-winning actress who played Chloe Sullivan on the CW series, is allegedly a key recruiter at Nxivm.
Frank Parlato is a businessman who was accused by the Bronfman sisters of defrauding them in 2011. Hes gone on to publish information about Nxivm on his blog, The Frank Report, often citing anonymous ex-followers. According to Parlato, Mack helped form the secret sorority, otherwise known as DOS (Dominos Obsequious Sororium, which means Master Over the Slave Women), envisioning a united group of women branded in the name of Mr. Raniere and Miss Mackwhich will be a force for good, and a female force against evil.
According to a 2017 Daily Mail article, DOS operates as a master-slave hierarchy, with Raniere at the top and Mack as his immediate subordinateWomen in the group are allegedly kept on a 500- to 800-calorie a day diet because Raniere likes thin women and believes fat interferes with his energy levels, Parlato claims. Slaves must immediately answer their masters any time they text or call them, and if they do not recruit enough slaves of their own, they are beaten with a paddle on their buttocks.
The Frank Report alleged that Mack herself introduced corporeal punishment into the sorority.
In that 2017 blog post, Parlato claimed that Mack had also taken over Jness, a Nxivm womens group, writing, Both womens groups, Jness and DOS are based on the teachings of Mr. Raniere. Both require members to keep the teachings secret. Jness is open to females who want to take entry level self improvement courses on female empowerment. Abeginner is not told about the higher level teachings until she proves qualifiedSince Miss Mack has assumed control of both organizations, Jness is evolving into a training ground and recruitment camp for women who may qualify for the teachings of DOS. The cream of Jness women are invited to join DOS, and the cream of DOS women are invited to join Mr. Ranieres harem [subject to his approval].
According to the BBC, The FBIs criminal complaint similarly claims that, Once recruited as slaves, women were allegedly expected to perform menial chores for masters and have sex with Mr. Raniere, who was known as The Vanguard.
Raniere has maintained a rotating group of fifteen to twenty women with whom he maintains sexual relationships, the FBI further stated in its complaint. These women are not permitted to have sexual relationships with anyone but Raniere or to discuss with others their relationship with Raniere. Some of the Nxivm curriculum included teachings about the need for men to have multiple sexual partners and the need for women to be monogamous.
Mack, who has acted sparingly since Smallville, praises Raniere on her blog. In the bio section, she writes, Over the course of several years, Mr. Raniere mentored Allison in her study of acting and music. As such, she has developed a deep connection to the nature of humanity as it relates to acting as an art form, and a tool for personal evolution. The blog continues, In 2013, Mr. Raniere worked with Allison and a small group of equally skilled and dedicated professionals to develop a curriculum that is currently taught through a private arts academy, The Source. There Allison serves as president and is one of its top trainers.
Frank Parlato told The Sun that Mack is one of the women who can be seen panicking over Raniere in a leaked video clip of his arrest. According to prosecutors, the women that were reportedly living with Raniere in Mexico chased the car in which the defendant was being transported in their own car at high speed.
Nxivms official website currently reads, In response to the allegations against our founder, Keith Raniere, we are currently working with the authorities to demonstrate his innocence and true character.
OMG, you guys. Today is already a great day. Nick Jonas’ “Find You” music video is finally here, and it’s actually, really good. Nick Jonas, the international soul of sexy, is always surprising us with brand new music, and this time it’s something entirely, absolutely stylish. Jonas’ brand-new lyric, “Find You, ” is the kind of gentle sing to get you in the mood to hop on the beach with a cluster of attractive strangers. Jonas does that in the music video, and this is really inspiring for me. Can I do that? Is that what a beach day with Jonas is like? If so, sign me up.
Jonas descent “Find You” on Sept. 14, 2017, and the entire world started bobbing their psyches. We know where to find you, Nick Jonas. You can find him on the radio until forever because this song is catchy AF, y’all. So what does this music video certainly mean? Who is it about, and why is he driving an expensive car so close to the water? Watch out, dude! One of the texts articulates, “I look for you in the center of the sun.” I have no clue what who are able to signify, but do not review directly at the sunlight, beings. It’s not worth it to simply find a riddle daughter that impedes hiding from you. No way.
This is Jonas’ second song to come out this summer, and we aren’t mad about it. The chant, “Remember I Told You” was the catchy song released after May. It peculiarity Mike Posner and Anne Marie, and it showcased Jonas’ sultry voice. Mama like. Both songs are completely different, but these are sensual.
One thing is for certain, Jonas knows how to connect with his love. In October of 2016, he told
Heartbreak is a theme that a lot of people relate to — the challenges of the next steps in their own lives, and when some entrances close, and how you approach the next ones opening … I insured pretty quickly that it was a lot of what my followers could relate to. It’s nerve-wracking when[ the pities] are as personal as the ones that I shared were. But I feel relieved when I use my writing as a method to handle — it’s extremely therapeutic.
Jonas is getting deep, and I like it.
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I took a capsule but it didn’t facilitate me numb I see your face even when my attentions are shut But I never actually know where to find you
I taste the words that keep falling out your mouth If I could love you I would never put you down But I never actually know where to find you
Where to find you Where to find you But I never actually know where to find you Try, try, try Try, try, try Try, try, try But I never certainly know where to find you
I’m guessing, on the basis of the music video, Jonas is stumbling through a sweltering, steamy desert all alone, and finally sees the beautiful California coast. Although one would assume the first stop “wouldve been” immediately into the monstrous body of water, Jonas instead dances with all the beautiful women on the beach. Hey, we all have our priorities. Is he looking for that special lady he lost long ago? Is he searching for himself? Oh, Jonas. You are a strange man.
At the end of the video, Jonas hops into a Lyft on the beach and leaves. Yes, he gets into a freakin’ Lyft. I couldn’t believe it either, but it happened. Does that have implication, or is it cunning make placement? Probably a little bit of both, candidly. Although Jonas never seems to find who he’s looking for, the music video is a delicious treat.
Now, let’s all get out there and shake our hips to this sexy little song and find our inner dance! Afterall, we’re all looking for something.
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At major provide information on epidemic, chairwoman says strong law enforcement is absolutely vital to having a drug-free society
At an happening Donald Trump had statute as a major briefing on the opioid crisis clutch America, the president on Tuesday stressed that strong, strong law enforcement was vital and rebuffed public officials call to declare a national emergency.
Instead, Trumps educated remarks focused on imposition stopping the international flow of illicit drugs and alluded to the Mexican border.
Were also working with law enforcement officers to shield innocent citizens from drug peddler that poison local communities, Trump replied. Strong law enforcement is absolutely vital to having a drug-free culture.
Were likewise very, difficult and challenging on the southern perimeter where often of this comes in, and were talking to China, where certain forms of manmade dope be coming back and it is bad, he suggested. The chairwoman was presumably referring to fentanyl, a synthetic opioid. The medicine was nearly unheard of on the illegal market in the US until recently.
The rate of medicine overdose demises quadrupled between 1999 and 2014, according to the Middles for Disease Control and Prevention, fueled predominantly by widely available prescription analgesics marketed as having a low-toned peril for craving. The overdose death toll in 2016 is believed to have topped 59,000, more than pinnacle deaths from car gate-crash demises, HIV or firearms.
A surge in painkiller prescriptions has created a parallel rise in abuse and overdose. In 2014, two million Americans were believed to be addicted to prescription drugs, with Vicodin and Oxycontin among the leading opioids involved in an overdose. Three out of four heroin users previously exploited prescription opioids. Heroin is now predominantly gave by Mexican cartels.
Trump highlighted the concerned authorities efforts to stop the flow of drugs over the Mexico-US border, but did not mention pharmaceutical companies. Various government and local powers have sued pharmaceutical companies for the path fellowships marketed opioids.
Were being very, very strong on our southern frontier and I would say the likes of which this country surely has never seen that kind of forte, said Trump.
Trumps observes were made at his Bedminster, New Jersey, golf resort alongside the first lady, Melania Trump. The chairwoman has been on a 17 -day wreaking vacation in the state.
The US health secretary, Tom Price, who has in the past wondered the best interests of the science-based opioid medicine, said the federal government is working together on a comprehensive strategy, which would be presented to the president in the immediate future.
Price was repeatedly requested subsequently by reporters why the president was not saying a national emergency. Price mentioned: The president surely believes that it is, that we will receiving treatment as situations of emergency and it is an emergency. When “youve had” the capacity of Yankee Stadium or Dodger Stadium croaking every single year in this person, thats a crisis that has to be given incredible attention, and the president is giving it that courtesy.
Later, Price contributed: Most national emergencies that have been proclaimed in the field of public health emergency have been focused on a specific area, a time-limited trouble either communicable diseases or a specific threat to public health. The two recently completed that come to mind are the Zika outbreak and Hurricane Sandy. So we believe that at this time, the level of resources we need or the focus that it is appropriate to bring to bear to the opioid crisis, at this stage, can be addressed without the declaration of an emergency although all things are on the table for the president.
To date, the most significant health-related proposals from Trump and congressional Republican have been to intestine Medicaid, a government-run health platform for the poorest of the poor, and tell Obamacare fail. Both would have undercut Americans ability to seek care for opioid craving. Republican efforts to reform healthcare failed in July.
One person is killed on Mumbais streets every 15 hours, the worst record in India. In our efforts to get a clutch on the chaos, the police are get digital recording penalties electronically and installing CCTV. But will it stop people taking jeopardies?
For 30 hours after she was hit, Archana Pandya lay bleeding on a street in the busy Mumbai suburb of Goregaon. The 22 -year-old, who had just started a new job, was on her room dwelling from project when she used the victim of a hit-and-run. She died of her hurts. There were a lot of people there, and it happened right opposite a police station, but no one came forward to help, says her friend Siddharth Pandya. Its not the roads; in India, its the people that are unsafe.
Pandya was one of 586 beings killed in road accidents in Mumbai in 2015, the equivalent of one demise every 15 hours. Another 2,034 were seriously injured. The long response times of ambulances and disaster vehicles, working together with the unwillingness of spectators to facilitate superhighway preys for fright of being detained by police and infirmaries, contribute to slow, unpleasant extinctions for hundreds of people each year. As a develop, Mumbai a city with roughly the same number of cars as London, but more than four times the number of superhighway fatalities has become known as Indias crash capital. In 2015 there were 23,468 registered transaction crashes: the highest level of the two countries.
The citys city geography has helped engender a culture of foolhardy driving. Autoes zigzag through dense traffic jams, cutting thoroughfares, engulf from the left or zipping past red lights. Operators know that criminal penalties are small and the the possibility of getting caught are low. Many scoff at the idea of wearing a seatbelt, while others casually take telephone calls and react textbook words as they steer through the maze of cars.
These lax attitudes and dangerous driving garbs are spawned right from the driving exam, which exists mainly as a formality and is readily smoothed with a small bribe. Aditi Deopujari, a Mumbai resident who got her driving licence in 2000, illustrates: I was part of a driving institution that had a setup with the Motor Vehicles Department[ which issues licences ]. I testified up and had some pattern rounds, but never had to sit the exam or had any written test regarding the rules. I just got handed the licence. Another resident, who asked to remain anonymous, pronounces: I literally had to drive five metres forwards, and then five metres alter. That was it, I passed.
But the youngest of them are in their late eighties, and some are more than 100 years old. The VA estimates an average of 362 of them die each day.
Sharma was a sophomore in high school when he began what he calls his “mission.” He heard about a decorated veteran, Lyle Bouck, whose tiny unit had held off a much larger German battalion during the Battle of the Bulge.
Sharma tracked Bouck down and interviewed him.
Then he took it a step further.
He began biking to retirement homes to get to know the veterans in his community. Sometimes it was as simple as showing up and asking to speak to them. Many aging veterans don’t get many visitors and are eager to share their stories, he said.
Sharma records the interviews on video and burns them to DVDs, which he gives to the veterans. Some of them want to make their stories public, while others prefer to keep them within their family to help their descendants understand what they went through on the battlefield.
The stories are powerful, told with emotion by men who seem to recall them vividly.
Among the hundreds of men Sharma has interviewed was Don Pullen, whose unit was attached to the Air Force. Pullen recounted a story about befriending a family in Velten, Germany. The father was beaten to death by German soldiers who were trying to get information out of him. The soldiers also whipped the daughter.
Pullen says the daughter showed him and another American soldier the welts on her back where the Germans had whipped her.
“That was the most godawful thing we’ve ever had to witness … what happened when the Germans beat those people,” he said.
Sharma also has talked to many veterans about their struggles after the war.
In another video, Joseph Diamond, a combat medic, recounted the difficulties he faced upon his return home.
“The nightmares were there,” he said, “and you couldn’t go to sleep at night without fighting the war all over again.”
Living on the road
To further his mission, Sharma in 2016 founded Heroes of the Second World War, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving interviews with WWII combat veterans for future generations.
That same year he also set up a GoFundMe account to fund his efforts. So far he’s raised more than $181,000, which helps pay for his travel expenses and video equipment.
This has become Sharma’s full-time job.
He got a boost in late 2016 when CBS News did a story on his work. After it aired, he received thousands of emails suggesting new veterans to interview.
One of the biggest obstacles that Sharma faces when traveling is the fact that his tender age prohibits him from renting cars or checking into many hotels unaccompanied.
“I live out of the car when I’m on the road,” he told CNN. “(It) makes my job a lot harder.”
Sharma likes to say that he doesn’t need to go searching for celebrities — there are plenty of real-life heroes just a phone call away.
He stays in contact with many of the men he’s interviewed and counts them among his best friends.
Sharma also knows he can’t do it all himself. He encourages anyone who is interested in his work to reach out to WWII veterans in their areas and document their stories.
“We don’t need to use iPhones to take selfies,” he said. “We can actually document history with them.”
After four years, Sharma’s passion for his work doesn’t appear to be waning anytime soon. He is looking for more WWII veterans to talk to and could use your help here.
“I was in Canada until this morning and now I have some interviews (in) San Diego, and I’m going to Texas and then Oklahoma,” he said Monday. “I’ll go wherever the World War II combat veterans are.”
On Wednesday, the former child star spoke to TMZ where he gave a blow-by-blow account of the alleged incident.
According to Feldman, he was traveling home from dinner with his security guard when he saw a car driving erratically on the freeway.
When he got off the highway, he says a vehicle was following him, and it looked similar to the one that was driving carelessly.
After his bodyguard spoke to someone in the other car, Feldman stopped at a red light. That’s when a passenger in the car allegedly got out, opened Corey’s door, and stabbed him once, either with the tip of a knife or a syringe. The puncture was small though bloody, and Feldman received medical attention shortly afterward.
WATCH his explanation AND a video of him at the hospital (below):
Feldman also believes there is a conspiracy against him because of his pedophilia accusations. WATCH (below):
While she initially said it was revisiting the point of her 2016 bridal to Tom D’Agostino — which ended in divorce seven a few months later — that drove her to drink that night, regiman moved the 52 -year-old realise another life event factored into her booze: a frightening auto accident she’d get into almost twenty years ago.
In a new interview with People, the Bravo-lebrity excused she was left with unresolved feelings following the 1999 coincidence when she was in the car with her Victoria and Noel, who were at the time only 4 and 2. She echoed:
“I came down a mountainside in Switzerland. I contemplated I killed myself and my children. I never really faced that frightening accident, and through that and everything else, my passions simply crept up on me and drove me to the part of self-medicating with booze. Parties think it’s just about Tom. It’s not just about Tom.”
Following her divorce from the businessman, de Lesseps started drinking at the least seven alcoholic drink a daylight. She revealed 😛 TAGEND
“I would start with a martini and maybe have two martinis and then get into the wine-colored at dinner. Then I’d have a little bit of vodka soda before used to go. I would have the hair-of-the-dog drink the next day, and drink more, and it didn’t feel good.”
But no matter how much she boozed, the booze failed to numb the anguish — and it wasn’t until she endeavoured medicine that a more insidious unresolved damage presented itself 😛 TAGEND
“I had PTSD, and I didn’t even know it because all those years ago PTSD was not a real thing, particularly in Europe. Nothing had ever heard of PTSD when I had my automobile accident. I never actually plowed that horrific collision that happened to me.”
Now having been sufficiently considered, de Lesseps suggests she hasn’t been persuasion to have a sip — nonetheless, she isn’t swearing off “good red wine” forever. She acknowledged 😛 TAGEND
“Will I drink again? I don’t know. I miss good red wine. Not to say that I’ll never have good red wine again. Who knows where we’ll all be tomorrow. For today, that’s the choice that I’m making for myself.”
Just about everyone is buzzing about electric vehicles these days. Yet, despite charging stations popping up at work, and autonomous rideshare safety systems dominating the nightly news, most of us still drive (ourselves) to the gas station pump every week. The EV industry has been plagued with production and affordability issues that have prevented the widespread usage of these vehicles, making the buzz exactly that—all talk and no adoption. SF Motors wants to change that.
They’ve spent the past two years quietly developing the future of driving, and on Wednesday, March 28th, the company will finally give us a glimpse into its exciting work with a live streamed announcement.
Founded in Silicon Valley in 2016, SF Motors has grown to employ hundreds of people across three continents. 29-year old CEO John Zhang leads a team of veteran and budding innovators in the automotive and tech worlds whose efforts will push the entire EV industry forward. With manufacturing and R&D facilities already existing in Santa Clara, Ann Arbor, Beijing, Chongqing, and Stuttgart, they’re actively bringing to life SF Motors’s vision: to design and build intelligent electric vehicles that better their drivers’ daily lives.
The company has also entered into a $2.5 million partnership with the University of Michigan to study automated driving systems, received an Autonomous Vehicle Testing permit in California, and acquired a former AM General commercial assembly plant in Mishawaka, Indiana, making the scope of their ambitions and existing US footprint in the EV industry even more clear.
So why hasn’t there been more noise around the company and its work?
It’s simple—SF Motors wanted to keep a low profile until the company laid a strong foundation. That means the company has secured distribution and manufacturing solutions for its future vehicles, in part thanks to its strategic partnerships in China.
That stability has afforded the company the ability to focus purely on its mission of producing smart, clean, and connected EVs available for everyone.