When I wrote The Car List, I ranked Tesla at number 16 of 25. The first question I got was predictable: Why is Tesla Ranked So Low?
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A German environmental minister selected a Tesla Model S as his official car, but returned it after a few months claiming it was too cramped to work in the back seat and too much trouble to keep charged when on official business.
A new UK Study finds that Electric Cars today are Twice as Green as they were in 2012 – thanks to advances in renewable energy!
Tesla has pushed a new over the air software update to all Model S 75 and Model X 75 cars that lets them accelerate to 60 mph a full second quicker.
A couple from Switzerland drove their Tesla Model S to Kazakhstan and back this year, including 72 days in which there were no chargers available. How did they do that? Read on to find out.
Musk’s leadership takes center stage in this week’s edition of the “Gas2 Week in Review,” as we look at the ways that the visionary technology entrepreneur has modeled what all-electric transportation can look like.
The least expensive Tesla Model S will soon be the 75D. The company has announced that it is discontinuing the rear wheel drive version of the car. That makes the price of the least expensive Model S $74,500.
The Tesla Model 3 again out-topped any other green transportation news story this week. The Model 3 is here! The Model 3 is here! Well, actually, the Tesla Model 3 production lines have just been fired up this week, which caused stock analysts to get their knickers in a knot. Some said the Tesla sky […]
An Irish couple has completed a 9,500 km journey from Ireland to Morocco and back in a Tesla Model S. Range anxiety? What’s that?
After months of failing to deliver promised safety features, Tesla Model S and Model X cars were Stripped of Top Safety Ratings by Consumer Reports.
On this edition of Gas2 Week in Review, EV technology fears as well as top stars in the EV marketplace created the most reader interest.
How does the Lucid Air compare to the Tesla Model S? Let’s set up a scorecard and see.
In a new blog post about the Tesla Model 3, the company seems to be trying hard to convince people that the Model S will be the more desirable car. Is Tesla worried the Model 3 will steal sales away from the Model S?
Tesla will pay to repair a Model S that was used in a daring highway rescue last week. The owner used his Tesla to bring a Volkswagen to a halt on the Autobahn after the driver suffered a stroke.
Who would’ve thought that the generally popular Tesla brand would be accused of generating fake news?
Since our first article on the subject garnered a lot of interest and discussion, it seems worth providing some more details on what happened, an excerpt from a first-hand account from the driver, and some new pictures.
Tesla’s week on Twitter has ranged from discussions about Trump alliances to Motor Trend tests, SpaceX upcoming launches, and Supercharger maps.
While Tesla doesn’t advertise as of yet (if the company hasn’t yet met demand, what would be the point?), there have been a number of pretty interesting Tesla ads that have surfaced in recent years … which were all made by enthusiasts rather than company employees or contractors.
Check out these 3 vides about the all-new Electric GT racing series and super-fast Tesla Model S P100D electric racing cars!
The Electric GT racing series has tapped the Tesla P100D to serve as its sole race car…but is there a reason racing series have shied away from the world’s quickest production car?