It appears that Tesla has caught the attention of several luxury automakers.
Tesla is offering a less expensive way to own a Model S.
Although its future was in doubt based on the company missing many self-imposed deadlines, Detroit Electric has released the final design of its upcoming sports car.
Tesla is considering derivative models based on its upcoming compact sedan in a strategy that could help it entice more customers.
There’s a new supercar coming from America and the Internet is excited about it.
The world is definitely changing when you hear that Porsche is developing an all-electric car.
No automaker is immune to ever-increasing fuel-economy legislation, not even luxury brands. To cope with these tightening regulations Audi is moving to electrify its entire range of high-performance RS models.
The other day Daimler divested itself from Tesla and now Toyota has followed suit … sort of.
Volkswagen’s first full-electric vehicle for the U.S. is also the most efficient in its class.
Tesla has experienced another setback with its direct-to-consumer sales approach.
The Ford Focus Electric is now cheaper than ever.
Toyota’s Prius has become the go-to vehicle for people looking to save money at the gas pump. Sure, it looks like an alien science project gone wrong and its driving dynamics are less fun than a trip to the ER, but this car’s groundbreaking combination of high technology, phenomenal fuel economy and unimpeachable reliability have…
Kia is celebrating its 2014 Pirelli World Challenge Championships at this year’s SEMA Show.
The rapid recharging parlor trick that Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled more than a year ago will finally be available to Model S owners before the end of the year.
Tesla may be conceding that dealerships are a necessary part to its future.
Looking to get your hands on a 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf? Are you always an early-adopter? Well, VW is auctioning off the first of these all-electric cars in the U.S. and proceeds from the sale will help an environmental charity.
Porsche’s newest 911 Carrera GTS caused the biggest buzz around this past week.
Tesla has confirmed that an all-wheel drive Model S is on the way.
General Motors has confirmed that it is developing another electric vehicle that will sell beside the Volt and Spark EV.
Lamborghini might not be fond of a hybrid exotic, but Audi is ready to embrace the technology.
The Tesla Model S is getting several new advanced safety features.
In the near future, you’ll be able to get a used Tesla Model S straight from the company.
The “something else” Tesla plans on announcing next week is reportedly an introduction to the company’s automated driving functions.
All those hoping for a Tesla Model D announcement next week, we’re here to shatter those dreams.