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Fabrizio Bensch/ReutersBitter internal strife, plunging support among voters and surging populism: has there ever been a worse time to be a centre-left party in Europe?
A dozen years ago, left-of-centre giants seemed a natural source of government in many European states.
But today the tally of parties that are declining, sidelined or ideologically adrift is long.
The sick list is headed by Britain's Labour Party, where veteran radical Jeremy Corbyn last week easily won a leadership challenge by centrist MPs angry at his part in the shock Brexit vote.
But political analysts say the venerable party -- founded in 1900 -- faces electoral oblivion despite his victory.
Its dismal standing in the opinion polls is mirrored across Europe.
As with Labour, Spain's Socialist Party is in the grip of a fratricidal war over the performance of its leader, Pedro Sanchez, at a time of national crisis.
In Germany, the Social Democratic Party has lost half its members since 1998.
In France, President Francois Hollande is the most unpopular president in his country's modern history and would be routed if he stands in next year's presidential elections, according to opinion polls.
Centre-left parties recently lost power in Denmark, a stronghold of social democracy, and registered their worst-ever results in Finland and Poland.
The electric-car industry right now is, without a doubt, dominated by Tesla.
By now, most people are well aware of the Model S sedan, the Model X SUV, and the forthcoming Model 3 entry-level sedan.
In the last couple of years, Tesla has touted its cars' ridiculously fast drivetrains which, in the case of the Model S P100D — the fastest version you can buy — can surge from zero to 60 mph in just 2.5 seconds.
Other players in the electric-car market are trying to catch up.