Apple is doing something with cars, whether it's building a car itself or just researching software for self-driving cars. But whatever it's doing, it's happening on a tiny dead end street in an industrial neighborhood in Sunnyvale,Show More Summary
Electric car economics are showing some sparks Jerry Edgerton, July 27, 2016 (CBS News Moneywatch) “…Except for the glamorous and expensive Tesla Model S, electric vehicle sales for the first half of 2016 are down 11 percent, according...Show More Summary
The Gigafactory is open for business, and that business is world domination (of the car and stationary storage markets). Of course, that’s assuming all goes dandy in Gigatown, but there’s a lot of reason to believe it will. Below are...Show More Summary
The National Transportation Safety Board didn’t assign any blame in its initial report into the fatal May 7 crash of a Tesla Model S, but did confirm new details. The agency claims Joshua Brown’s vehicle was in Autopilot mode at theShow More Summary
Technology firm Mobileye, which worked closely with Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] to develop the semi-autonomous Autopilot system that debuted on the Model S, has confirmed its partnership with the automaker is over. The information was confirmed by Mobileye co-founder Amnon Shashua during a conference call on Tuesday discussing the company’s...
Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] has opened its battery plant known as the Gigafactory. The plant is only 14 percent complete but it’s already churning out batteries for Tesla’s Model S and Model X. Soon it will also produce batteries for the Model 3. The Gigafactory will also produce batteries for electric trucks proposed in Tesla’s...
Jaguar is reportedly planning to launch two electric cars by the end of 2019. We’re not talking about electric versions of existing cars but new additions to the lineup. One will be a sedan and the other an SUV. The information was reported by Automobile, which also claimed the development of the electric cars came at the cost of...
Tesla's massive battery factory near Reno is a work in progress. Cell production for its next car, the Model 3, will begin by the end of the year.
Porsche hiring more 'smart brains' as it forges ahead with battery cars and futuristic mobility solutions. ||| Stuttgart, Germany - Porsche pushing ahead with its answer to the Tesla Model S, recently announcing that it would boost the...Show More Summary
Tesla's Autopilot system has come under scrutiny recently, after a driver using the system was killed when his Model S hit a white tractor-trailer on a Florida highway. More details have emerged from the accident, with investigatorsShow More Summary
Tesla is parting ways with Mobileye, one of the top suppliers to its Autopilot partial self-driving system, in the wake of the May accident that killed an owner of one of its electric Model S sedans.
The divorce is probably fallout from May's fatal Tesla Model S crash.
(Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Tuesday that the company's Model 3 could generate $20 billion in revenue per year and an annual gross profit of about $5 billion. A "modest capital raise" could be needed...Show More Summary
On a lonely mountain plain half an hour east of Reno, off a street named Electric Avenue, Tesla Motors Co. is building a massive battery plant called Gigafactory 1. It's a huge bet for a company known for taking risks: When it’s fully up and running, the $5-billion plant will almost double the...
The agency has not completed its final crash analysis.
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Model S was going 74 mph in a 65 mph zone. Continue reading NTSB preliminary report: Tesla was speeding, Autopilot engaged NTSB preliminary report: Tesla was speeding, Autopilot engaged originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 26 Jul 2016 15:12:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
The National Transportation Safety Board has released a preliminary report and photo concerning the first known fatality of a Tesla car using Autopilot. And it’s pretty gruesome. Earlier reports had stated the a Model S struck a big rig while traveling on a divided highway in central Florida, and...
The initial report from the National Transportation Safety Board released today revealed that the driver in the fatal Tesla Model S crash in Florida in May was driving in Autopilot over the speed limit during the time of the incident. The report has some other new details about the wreck, but not many. Read more...