The start of production of the Tesla Model 3 is all set to begin this July in a “limited” capacity, although according to InsideEVs, the first wave of models that roll off the production line are earmarked for Tesla’s employees and investors. Show More Summary
Small cars are in crisis in the US. Automakers struggle to make money on them, and increasingly consumers want big pickups and SUVs — vehicles that generate fat profits. The smaller vehicles that customers are clamoring for are compact crossover SUVs. Show More Summary
In January, SAIC and BAIC took over the top positions. Tesla also moved up, benefitting from the local sales drought to post a best ever #5 position. Here are last month's top 5 best selling EV models China Electric Car Sales Dip InShow More Summary
Everything the company need to build the Model 3 is coming together. Now Tesla has to figure out how to sell, deliver, and service them.
Audi's upcoming electric SUV may be able to go more than 300 miles on a single charge, though that figure may be by European NEDC standards. Continue reading Will Audi's e-tron SUV's range match the Tesla Model X? Will Audi's e-tron SUV's range match the Tesla Model X? originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 24 Feb 2017 13:37:00 EST. Show More Summary
A merger with Solar City, expansion into the energy storage market, and roll out of Model 3 and solar roof makes for a busy 2017.
Tesla's 2016 earning report and letter to shareholders presented some exciting news for some of its most eager customers. The letter revealed that production for Model 3 — the company's "affordable" electric car — is on track to start in July 2017, with volume ramping up by September. Show More Summary
Tesla will need to raise some money before it can build the Model 3.
Photo. DragTimes/YouTube (screengrab) The Tesla P85D was an absolute monster when Dragtimes strapped it to their dyno a couple of years ago, cranking out a staggering 392kg-ft of torque. But now the YouTube channel and blog has hooked...Show More Summary
You may remember last year when we reported on the presence of a Model S P100D badge buried in Tesla's software. It was uncovered preceding the release and announcement of the new battery pack size by the "hacker" Jason Hughes TeslaShow More Summary
The FF91 will take on a Tesla Model S tuned by Unplugged Performance.
Tesla fans are going to have a little longer to see what the production version of the Model 3 looks like. CEO Elon Musk said during an earnings call Wednesday that the company may wait until the second half of this year before making...Show More Summary
Even though deliveries of Tesla's highly anticipated Model 3 are scheduled to begin later this year, there's still a lot we don't know about Tesla's mass market EV. Not only has Tesla been busy tweaking the car's design over the past...Show More Summary
The Tesla P85D was an absolute monster when Dragtimes strapped it to their dyno a couple of years ago, cranking out a staggering 864 lb-ft of torque. But now the YouTube channel and blog has hooked up a brand new P100D with Ludicrous Plus mode to their dyno, and the results make even the toughest heavy-duty trucks… Read more...
The company is expected to have capital expenditures of up to $2.5 billion ahead of the start of Model 3 production.
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5,000 Model 3s a week by end of year, 10,000 per week sometime in 2017. 375,000 in line for a Model 3. Not all will get the tax credit. The post Tesla Model 3 on track for September volume production appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk told shareholders on Wednesday afternoon that the company is on track to start initial production of the Model 3 in July, followed by larger volume manufacturing in September. At some point in the fourth quarter of...Show More Summary
Since the reveal of its Model 3 prototype a year ago, Tesla has been adamant deliveries will start no later than the end of 2017. By all accounts things appear to be on track as Tesla in a letter sent to shareholders on Wednesday said the first customer examples of the Model 3 will start rolling off the line at its car plant in Fremont, California...
Tesla wants to bundle insurance and maintenance into the price of future vehicles. Tesla has actually been quietly experimenting with this model in Asia by selling cars with insurance and maintenance included, Jon McNeill, Tesla's president...Show More Summary