The Tesla Model S range has been simplified somewhat, with the electric car company removing a few of the car’s drivetrain options. From today the 85kWh battery option has been dropped from the Tesla Model S lineup. Additionally, the 90kWh battery pack can now only be specified in dual-motor all-wheel drive format. Heath Walker, a […]
A Tesla spokesperson confirmed today that the official price for the all-electric affordable Tesla Model 3 sedan will be $35,000 before incentives, and way cheaper with incentives when it goes on sale. That’s something to get excited about, sure—if we didn’t already know all of this months ago. Read more...
The Tesla Model 3 won't be the first mass-market, long-range electric vehicle to hit the market. That prize goes to the Chevy Bolt. However, the Model 3 could be the least expensive. See also: Faraday Future's 1,000-horsepower concept...Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Tesla's next car will be a lot cheaper than previously expected. In fact, it could cost as little as $25,000. CEO Elon Musk confirmed last year that its first mass market car, the Model 3, would price at about $35,000. Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. As part of the slow ramp up of the Tesla Model X launch, Tesla has been hosting “Meet Model X” events for reservation holders. At first, it looked like it was a one-time shot at the Fremont factory...Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. The 85 kilowatt-hour (kWh) battery pack option has been removed from Tesla’s online design studio for US and Australian customers, following on a similar move made recently in Canada. This now leaves...Show More Summary
If you had your heart set on the mid-range 85-kilo-Watt-hour Model S, I have some bad news: Tesla Motors has officially ended production of that power level. See also: Bentley working on Tesla-trouncing EV for eco-friendly super-rich,...Show More Summary
For the first time in five years, Tesla this week allowed TV cameras into its gargantuan Fremont factory where both the Model S and Model X are manufactured. And speaking to the degree of secrecy that Tesla demands, even casual visitors...Show More Summary
Tesla has yet to unveil the Model 3, but the company just confirmed that it will be available starting at $35,000. The Model 3 has long been rumored to cost about this price, and today, Bloomberg is quoting a Tesla spokesperson who confirmed the starting price. Show More Summary
Tesla's next car will be a lot cheaper than previously expected. In fact, it could cost as little as $25,000. CEO Elon Musk confirmed last year that its first mass market car, the Model 3, would price at about $35,000. However, it wasn't...Show More Summary
The dream of an affordable electric car might finally be a reality. According to a report published by Bloomberg on Tuesday, Tesla has confirmed that the Model 3 will cost $35,000. But that's before any tax subsidies, which could easily knock the actual price a consumer pays for the car down to a modest $25,000. Show More Summary
Tesla has defined the market for the electric car and now it is further defining its own lineup. Rolling into 2016 a month ago the Silicon Valley automaker offered the Model S sedan with three different lithium-ion battery pack sizes: 70, 85, or 90 kilowatt-hours. Just over a month into 2016 Tesla has quietly killed off the 85 kilowatt-hour...
The Tesla Model S is a $75,000 vehicle with at least one really cool perk: It can kind of drive itself. A $2,500 "autopilot" package lets you "summon" the car to do things like park itself and open and close your garage door. Seconds saved every day! But it gets better. Show More Summary
Tesla Motors has quietly discontinued it 85-kWh battery option, along with the rear-drive P90, simplifying the possible number of configurations. Continue reading Tesla phases out 85-kWh Model S battery option Tesla phases out 85-kWh Model S battery option originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 09 Feb 2016 11:07:00 EST. Show More Summary
Tesla is down 30% in 2016. With slow deliveries of the Model X crossover and concerns over low oil prices, Elon Musk will need to reassure Wall Street when Tesla delivers earnings Wednesday. His ambitious agenda to ramp production to 500,000 by 2020, build the low-cost Model 3 and expand the Gigafactory depends on it.
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Video: Zero to 60 miles per hour in under 3.2 seconds. Zero to 100km/h in 3.35 seconds. Zero to 160km/h in under eight seconds. The Model X, due to land on Aussie shores within a couple of months, leaves other big 4WDs like the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S and BMW X6M for dead. More »
Model X production is ramping up slowly as 'as we prioritize quality above all else," Tesla said back in January. Tesla Motorsdoes not face any fundamental issues with the Model X production ramp, says Credit Suisse. That research note is in stark contrast to a comment last week by a former [...]
Tesla Motors’ latest ad is a real-world demonstration of the Model S’ optional Autopilot technology. When you’re on the highway you can activate cruise control, automatic steering and automatic lane changing. The car can also park on its own.
Do emails from Tesla touting lower lease payments an indication that Model S demand is weakening?