While it’s taken them two years to join the race, German automakers are poised and ready to take on Tesla during a particularly vulnerable time for the electric carmaker. Mercedes-Benz is set to unveil its much-anticipated electric SUV on Tuesday, the linchpin needed to fully enter the fast-growing market for premium electric vehicles. Between Sept. 9-14, BMW will be flying the autonomous iNEXT electric crossover in a Boeing 777 Freighter to press events in Munich, New York, San Francisco, and Beijing, before returning to Frankfurt. On Monday, Audi began mass production of the Audi e-tron, the Volkswagen brand’s first all-electric SUV with longer range that can compete with the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla luxury vehicles. Teaser photos have been sent out, and Audi will unveil the EV at a world premiere in San Francisco on Sept. 17. During the Paris Motor Show in late September 2016, these German […]