Tesla told to stop cutting down trees
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You are supposed to be green

The carmaker of choice for polar-bear friendly, recyclers who knit their own yoghurt, Tesla has received a bollocking from a German court for cutting down trees.

SpaceX Crew Dragon could take off with humans on board
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May flight likely

A manned flight of the SpaceX Crew Dragon could take off on 7 May.

NASA investigates Boeing's software checking
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Apparently, it may not be up to snuff

A second software problem during a CST-100 Starliner test flight is prompting a NASA safety panel to recommend a review of Boeing's software verification processes.

Volkswagen rolls out the battery-electric Golf eR1
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Zero-emission hot hatch

Volkswagen used the GP Ice Race in Zell am See, Austria, to roll out its battery-electric Golf eR1 zero-emission hot hatch.

UPS orders 10,000 electric trucks
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From Arrival

Delivery giant UPS has ordered 10,000 electrical trucks from Arrival, a technology company based in the UK. The two companies hope to deploy the trucks across Europe and North America over the next four years. UPS has the option to buy another 10,000 vehicles.