Audi’s upcoming four-door luxury electric car will have a 311-mile range, along with Level 4 self-driving features (essentially full autonomy for those keeping track) and three separate electric motors, according to a new report from Autocar. Show More Summary
Audi is getting serious about electric cars. The automaker’s chief executive has given the OK for an all-electric, luxury sedan to take on Tesla’s Model S, according to a report from Autocar. The car, which may be called the A9 e-tron,...Show More Summary
The Tesla Model X has a giant windshield that offers a panoramic view of what’s in front of you. However, the big screen also heats up the car quite a bit on hot days. Tesla solution is a giant sunshade. It’s not the most elegant solution, but it works. Get $1,000 off a new Tesla Model X or Model S […]
Over the weekend, Instagram user Richard Hennessy posted a picture of someone driving a Tesla Model 3 prototype. Now that Instagram post is gone, but thanks to the delightfully cruel nature of the internet, it’s not really gone. So, what exactly are we looking at here? Read more...
August, the weekend of months. This week a zero-day hack rocked Apple, WhatsApp announced a major privacy change and Tesla announced a new model that takes Ludicrous Mode to the next level. Would you rather get the Weekly Roundup in your inbox? Same, TBH. 1. Hackers are honing in on mobile devices. Show More Summary
By Stephen J. Veneruso It’s summertime! That means it’s time to load up the Griswold-mobile for the great American pilgrimage to Wally World. But it’s a long way down the holiday road. Can you make it in a Tesla Model 3? Sure, the Tesla Model 3 is expected to have an optional larger battery pack. Show More Summary
Hundreds of thousands of people might've put down $1,000 on a Tesla Model 3, but that doesn't mean we actually know what the inside looks like. The Model 3 is still two years away from real production, and minor design details like "what the cabin looks like" still haven't been confirmed. Thankfully, the internet is on it. Show More Summary
When Tesla flipped the switch and activated its Autopilot software late last year, it didn’t take long before Model S owners began pushing the software to the absurd limits. In short order, we began seeing videos of Model S owners engaged...Show More Summary
No doubt about it, many of us EV enthusiasts have been blown away by the Tesla Model 3 and believe it’s the car that is really going to break the gasoline auto industry’s back. But we’re just EV enthusiasts, right? Treehuggers, techShow More Summary
Randy Carlson has developed a strong following and positive reputation among Tesla enthusiasts due to his in-depth Tesla articles on Seeking Alpha. He has been working hard to uncover unknowns about Tesla batteries, the Tesla Gigafactory, the Tesla Model 3, and so on. Show More Summary
Tesla made history Tuesday when it announced a new battery upgrade that allows the Tesla Model S with Ludicrous to drive 315 miles on a single charge, but as many have already noticed, very few will be able to experience it. Tesla'sShow More Summary
Here are the 20 CleanTechnica articles from the past week that apparently tickled your fancy the most (“you” being the collective CleanTechnica reader community): How The Hell Did Tesla Get The Model S Landboat To Go 0–60 MPH In 2.5Show More Summary
The Model S, the first car that Tesla designed and engineered from scratch, has been perfected. On Tuesday, the all-electric automaker announced a new battery pack for the Model S, creating in the the process the $135,000 Model S P100D,...Show More Summary
A Texas man says the Autopilot mode on his Tesla Model S sent him off the road and into a guardrail, bloodying his nose and shaking his confidence. ||| San Francisco, California - A Texas man said the Autopilot mode on his Tesla Model S sent him off the road and into a guardrail, bloodying his nose and shaking his confidence in the technology. Show More Summary
Originally appeared on Automoblog.net Tesla announced this week they will begin producing a new version of the Model S and Model X, the P100D. This latest iteration of the Model X and S increases battery capacity, improving both speed and range. Tesla’s batteries now range from 60 to 100 kilowatts. The P100D upgrades are sure to entice new buyers and will […]
Tesla updates Model X door safety. Karma's Irvine HQ will also have a store. San Francisco wants users to help design subway expansion. Toyota sure loves Yellowstone. Continue reading Recharge Wrap-up: Model X pinch sensor update, Karma...Show More Summary
Tesla's famous Ludicrous Mode — o to 60 mph acceleration in 2.8 seconds, for a properly configured vehicle — just got an upgrade. Tesla announced this week that its new 100-kilowatt-hour battery pack will enable the P90D sedan to make...Show More Summary
The full Australian-market configurator for the Tesla Model X all-wheel-drive pure electric crossover is now live, revealing more information on arguably the market’s most eagerly anticipated SUV. The celebrate the occasion, Tesla flew two US-spec cars to Australia this week for an early preview, inviting hundreds of prospective buyers to get a feel for the car. […]
Tesla’s Model X crossover-egg has had a rough history with automatic doors—namely those fancy-but-flawed Falcon Wing doors for passengers. But the front doors also have an automatic opening feature, too, and they’re a bit bullish in the parking lot. Read more...
A recent article claims that the Tesla Model S accelerates from 0 to 60mph in less time than it would take if you dropped it out of a plane. But how plausible is it for a car to accelerate that fast?