There’s good news for Tesla owners: company CEO Elon Musk recently announced that he plans to create a fleet of loaner cars that owners can borrow while theirs is in service.
Tesla is known for making electric only vehicles with outstanding driving ranges. The company, based in Silicon Vally also sells its electric powertrains to other auto makers, like Toyota. The Tesla Roadster can reach 245 miles on a single charge, but has seen heavy criticism for bricking.
Recently the New York Times and American electric car maker Tesla got in a highly publicized war of words over a review of the Model S electric car. Amongst other contentious issues, the range of the vehicle didn’t meet the Times’ writers expectations.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk spent the day in Texas advocating that the electric car maker be allowed to sell its products directly to the public.
The Tesla Roadster is still one of the most interesting electric cars in the world, but brand executive George Blankenship says the next car will “push the envelope beyond what anybody else is doing.”
Tesla announced today that the Model S will now be available through a leasing program which is aiming to broaden the car’s availability to more buyers.
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Tesla has announced that due to apparent lack of demand, it will not offer a 40 kWh battery in the Model S sedan.
Luxurious, powerful and laden with cool technology, the Tesla Model S adds yet another accolade to its crowded mantel today by winning the World Green Car of the Year Award at during the New York Auto Show.
Elon Musk and Tesla have been making headlines the last couple of months, from dealing with The New York Times to promising an affordable electric car within five years.
According to comments made by Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Twitter, a “low cost, compelling electric car” is “3 to 4 years away” from being a reality.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk may have published his “final word” on The New York Times’ review of his company’s Model S electric car, but apparently the finality of his remarks only apply to the written word, as he elaborated on his feelings during a keynote address at the South by Southwest Conference (SXSW) in Texas.
As Tesla hopes to repay its DOE loan five years ahead of schedule, the American electric automaker will be delaying production on the Model X for at least a year.
With confidence in spades, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said yesterday that the electric car maker will repay its $465 million government loan in “five years or less.”
A public battle between the New York Times and Tesla CEO Elon Musk is still sprouting news after the disgruntled executive told Bloomberg that the article likely cost the electric car maker $100 million.
As the saga between Tesla and The New York Times comes to an end (allegedly), Tesla CEO Elon Musk has released a final, final note on the controversy.
In what has turned into quite the battle between New York Times writer John Broder and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Broder has issued a response to Musks’ most recent claims.
Tesla spokeswoman Shanna Hendriks’ world turned upside down on Monday after CEO Elon Musk issued a stiff rebuke over an article in the New York Times he called fake.
A recent article published in the New York Times by John Broder about the Tesla Model S is creating some fuss today, as Tesla CEO Elon Musk says it is fake.
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Ford, General Motors, Chrysler, Nissan, and Tesla are among 13 companies joining together as founding Partners of the Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging Challenge.
The Tesla Model S packing 416 hp and 443 lb-ft of torque has garnered another accolade: World Record for the Quickest Production Electric Car.
While we’ve seen the Model X electric crossover concept before, the vehicle sitting at the Tesla booth at this year’s Detroit Auto Show is sporting a few modifications.
Dealers in Massachusetts suing Tesla over what they say is an illegal dealership lost today when a judge dismissed the case from the court.
Tesla Motors has launched its first supercharger stations on the East Coast, expanding its network for Tesla Model S owners looking for a quick charge while on the go.