Most of you are probably like me, getting really annoyed when you buy a new car and discover it has a media system that is years behind current technology.
Tesla Motors, already dealing with a public relations issue related to some of its Model S electric sedans catching fire last year, now has another hot under the collar technology problem to deal with that this time is centered around some of its in-home wall chargers. This new problem reportedly has led to some severe overheating, among other concerns.
Since suffering from its third fire incident in space of five weeks, we’ve been waiting on the rebuttal to widespread media sensualist reporting from electric carmaker, Tesla, and finally, CEO Elon Musk has issued a blog post to put some perspective on things.
Tesla Motors, in a move which shows aggressive growth plans, inked a deal this week with Japanese giant Panasonic to expand the latter’s supply of automotive-grade lithium-ion battery cells to the electric vehicle manufacturer. This expansion targets nearly 2 billion cells over the course of four years.
Are you ready to drive your Tesla Model S from San Diego, California to Vancouver, British Colombia? That’s the tantalizing possibility now that the electric vehicle company’s Supercharger Corridor along the West Coast is filled out enough that, staying to major roads, you could likely do it without breaking much of a sweat.
Here’s a big shocker – Tesla Motors’ electric cars are owned in a large part by males who value performance over economy. It is a marker which has interesting implications for how other emerging electric vehicles are perceived by would be drivers, according to a recent study by research firm Strategic Vision.
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Independent testing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has awarded the Tesla Model S a 5-star safety rating, not just overall, but in every subcategory without exception. Approximately one percent of all cars tested by the federal government achieve 5 stars across the board. NHTSA does ...
Earlier this week, I talked about the fact that the automakers are assuming that the best way to battle Tesla — which is turning out to be a disruptive threat — is by making their own better "Teslas." Think "threat" is too strong? This a ...
Would you be more inclined to buy a pricey Tesla Motors Model S if you could swap out the battery in 90 seconds, said by Tesla to be less than half the time it takes to refill a gas tank?
Tesla’s next generation of electric cars might be getting an autopilot, courtesy of some clever Google tech.
Electric bicycles or e-bikes, are great cruisers. Don’t want to pedal up that last half-mile or more to get back home? Or go up yet another hill? No problem. Just turn on the electric motor, stop pedaling, and just focus on the road or trail in front of you.
As promised, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has released the log of the electric car that New York Times writer John Broder claimed last week had failed to perform.
A big row has broken out over a review of the Tesla all-electric car in the New York Times last week.
With rave reviews for its new sedan and visitors to its small collection of flagship stores numbering in the millions, Tesla Motors is riding high.
Tesla originally kicked off production of its electric vehicle line with the Roadster and only recently began selling its Model S four-door sedan.
It's been nearly four years in the making but it's finally arrived.
We've spent a lot of time here on TG Daily discussing various aspects of Tesla's Model S electric vehicle, including electric powertrain, driving distance and availability.
There is certainly quite a bit of anticipation building up for Telsa's 2012 Model S electric vehicle (EV).