Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] has confirmed plans to launch a new Roadster in 2019, and one of the car’s potential rivals may be from a new electric car company being put together in China. This new company is no fly-by-night startup, though. It’s the brainchild of Chinese billionaire Jia Yueting, the man behind tech giant Letv which is...
Company lures renters to Wisconsin Avenue apartments with infused cocktails and spins in a $105,000 electric-powered roadster.
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Even with a driving range of 400 miles, there will be a time when you'll have to plug in the Tesla Roadster, but could there be a new electric sports car on the market soon that will never need to be connected to a wall socket? Melbourne-based EVX has a
Tesla Motors has announced that it will reintroduce the Tesla Roadster for production in 2019, making it the fastest Tesla model on sale. The previous generation Roadster was available in two grades, Roadster and Roadster Sport, with the Roadster Sport model sprinting from 0-100km/h in just 3.7 seconds. Produced in limited numbers, only 17 vehicles ever made it to […]
Since the introduction of the Tesla Roadster in 2008, fans of performance and green technology alike have flocked to Tesla Motors’ electric cars. Here a few things you may not know about the pricy, innovative rides.
During last week’s announcement of the new Ludicrous mode for certain versions of the Model S electric sedan, Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] CEO Elon Musk let slip that the launch of a second-generation Roadster has been pushed back to 2019. He said Tesla has a performance level higher than Ludicrous which he called “Maximum Plaid”, a...
Tesla's next Roadster will be designed entirely in-house.
A new-generation Tesla Roadster will launch before the end of the decade with acceleration to rival the world’s quickest performance cars. Buried in a press release about the upgraded 2016 Tesla Model S and its new ‘Ludicrous’ drive mode is confirmation of the forthcoming convertible sports car, which the California-based electric car company promises will […]
With Reddit users still up in arms over the site's revised content policies and news of Tesla's plans for a new roadster, you may have overlooked some of this week's best new apps. See also: The 15 best features of iOS 9, in GIFs Luckily, every weekend, we round up our favorite new and updated apps. Show More Summary
Buried in the press release for Tesla's humorously named Ludicrous upgrade for certain Model S sedans is a short blurb about the next Roadster, which is apparently coming in four years and will go maximum plaid. Continue reading Next...Show More Summary
What's faster than Ludicrous speed? Maximum plaid. Elon Musk confirmed an all new Roadster will be coming in four years, with a "maximum plaid" speed mode. It would be a car built on a new platform, not an upgrade of the Lotus Elise-based...Show More Summary
We talked about this a little bit in the original post covering Tesla’s announcement of LUDICROUS SPEED being introduced to the Model S. But buried in the details of that announcement was some more sizable news. In four years, there’s going to be a new Tesla Roadster. Read more...
Tesla has announced that its fleet of Model S and Roadster electric vehicles have collectively, to date, completed the equivalent of 40,000 trips around the Earth. While 40,000 trips is impressive (also equivalent to 4000 trips to the moon), it’s the combined distance that has the US EV-maker celebrating this week. Show More Summary
In a few months, billionaire Elon Musk's Tesla Motors will roll out its third all-electric vehicle in 12 years, a SUV-minivan mix that looks wildly different from its sportier Roadster and Model S.But the biggest difference for Tesla's new Model X might not be how it looks, but who it was designed for: women. Show More Summary
Tesla third car, after the Model S sedan and the soon-to-arrive Model X SUV, is slated to hit in 2017 and be a mass-market electric vehicle priced around $35,000. (Yes, you could count the Roadster, but, that wasn't fully an in-house...Show More Summary
TweetI’ll tell you, there was a time when most of the Lotus Eliseses I saw in the Bay Area were Lotus Eliseses. Then a few years back, most of the Elises I saw, were Tesla Roadsters. And then, starting a year or two ago, most of the Lotus Elise I’ve seen on the Bay Area, […]
Tesla CEO Elon Musk received an unusual request at the electric car company's annual general meeting on Tuesday. Shareholders Mark and Elizabeth Peters, from Texas, asked Musk to produce a version of the Tesla roadster that is made without leather, Bloomberg reports. Show More Summary
Bill O’Reilly has a problem. (More on that in a moment.) Note that – today, at least – Snapchat is “young” and Facebook is “old.” Only rich people drive Tesla Roadsters. Uber will become everyone’s solution to a growing number of transportation problems, like making sure you don’t drive drunk, keeping your escape [...]
Originally published on EV Obsession. The Tesla Model S looks to be on track to match (at the least) the battery longevity performance of the Roadster, based on a recent survey of 80 European Model S owners. While you might be saying,...Show More Summary