It took 15 Tesla employees just three days to cross America using the new Supercharger network, and this video takes a behind-the-scenes look at the journey.
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Tesla’s proposed Gigafactory has four states vying for multi-billion dollar project, and it could also make the Tesla Model S America’s most American car.
Milwaukee’s Vince Menga, a lawyer specializing in “lemon laws” has sued Tesla Motors over what he claims is a defective Model S.
In response to two road debris-induced road fires that were front page news, the Tesla Model S will get a titanium-reinforced triple underbody shield.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the Tesla Gigafactory won’t be in California. So will the lucky state be Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, or Nevada?
Tesla Superchargers should cover most of Europe by the end of 2014, according to Elon Musk, with 30 new Tesla stores planned for the Old World as well. It’s part of a plan to aggressively market the Model S to foreign customers, with Musk expecting European and Asian sales to almost double North American sales […]
Elon Musk has released six pages of details on the Tesla Gigafactory which could have an annual capacity of 500,000 EV batteries a year.
The Tesla Gigafactory is taking shape, with CEO Elon Musk hinting that solar and wind power will power the battery plant and a potential location in Nevada. In this way, Tesla could prove to be a disruptive force, even outside of the auto industry, by flooding the tech market with high-tech, lower-cost batteries. Tesla will […]
Elon Musk is nothing if not ambitious, and a patent for a multi-charging Tesla Supercharger station is another example of his confidence in electric cars.
An Ohio state senator, backed by local car dealers has for the second time introduced a measure that would ban the sales of the Tesla Model S.
To boost interest in their Miami luxury condos, Property Markets Group is offering a free Tesla Model S to penthouse buyers. But as always, there’s a catch.
It actually costs more to buy a used Tesla Model S than a brand new one, thanks to its enormous popularity…and impatient rich people.
Is there any better endorsement for the Tesla Model S than that of Koenigsegg founder Christian von Koenigsegg? That’d be a mighty hard argument to make.
Tesla has confirmed that the Model X will be all-wheel drive only, and Elon Musk has said that an AWD Tesla Model S will be available in early 2015.
In a recent survey by Consumer Reports, Tesla Motors surged to become the 5th best-perceived car brand in America.
In just 76 and a half hours, a team of 15 Tesla Motors drivers covered more than 3,400 miles between Los Angeles and New York City.
Not only will the Tesla Model S carry a comparatively-low price tag in China, but Musk is hopeful that sales will be so high that China will require a Tesla factory of its own.
So Jo and I were just like, totally wrong. I guess we got our hopes a little too high, as the Tesla press conference had nothing new or exciting to share. In fact, the Tesla Model X SUV wasn’t even on hand at all. Instead, Tesla execs used the soapbox to brag about higher sales and an expanding network of Superchargers. But what about battery swapping?
Three fires and countless news stories later, the Tesla Model S is under a magnifying glass for what might be a design flaw, or might be much ado about nothing. Elon Musk is standing by his baby though, saying “there’s definitely not going to be a recall” for the Model S. He’d better hope he […]
Elon Musk is nothing if not ambitious, and he has raised eyebrows with the mention of an electric Tesla truck before. But now Musk has made it official, stating that a Tesla truck is in the pipeline, and that such a vehicle would be modeled after the most popular vehicle in America, the Ford F-150. […]