Tesla Model S Breaks 25,000 Unit Barrier

In just over a year, Tesla Motors has become the single most talked-about brand in the world, and all the talk about Tesla has no doubt helped sales of the Model S. Even though the California company doesn’t release sales numbers, global sales reports indicate Tesla has sold at least 25,000 electric sedans to date.

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Politics And Money Kept Tesla Out Of Texas

While Elon Musk and Tesla Motors have seemingly rolled from one easy victory to the next, there is one place the electric automaker was soundly trumped; Texas. Despite winning legislation in most other states, Tesla was sent packing when both bills it sponsored failed to even come up to vote. It’s the legacy of a deceased dealer lobbyist and the familiar story of money in politics.

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Tesla Model S Gets A Stealthy Price Bump

Tesla delivered on its promise to sell a $50,000 EV, and then promptly cancelled production of the 40 kWh Model S, and followed that with a $2,500 price increase for the remaining variants. Well Tesla is at it again, discreetly jacking up the price on certain option packages that could add thousands of dollars to customers waiting for their cars.

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Elon Musk: More Affordable Tesla EV By 2017

Unless you’re a wealthy person who can afford either a second car or the Tesla Model S, your options for a pure electric vehicle are quite…limited, shall we say. Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk wants to change that, and he says that by 2017, you will be able to buy a fun and affordable Tesla vehicle that could be half the price of the current Model S.

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Video: “Gallons Of Light” Tesla Commercial A Fan-Made Masterpiece

Tesla Motors is a strange beast, a car company without much of a marketing budget that still generates huge buzz the world over. But because Tesla doesn’t make commercials or have a large fleet of press loaner cars, they rely instead of enthusiastic fans to spread the word for them. This fan-made commercial that follows a family road trip is brilliant if you ask us, talking about traveling the world on “gallons of light.”

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