Barring any unforeseen circumstances, mass production on Tesla's Model 3 will kick off sometime next month. And though Tesla has missed every production deadline it's ever set -- first with the Roadster, and next with the Model S and...Show More Summary
Remember Tesla's Roadster? That was a pretty neat little machine that paved the way for grander offerings from the electric car company. It was built on the bones of the Lotus Elise. The final version saw 288 horsepower and nearly 300 pound-feet of torque from its electric powertrain. Today, though, we have Teslas like the Model S which have more...
Elon Musk plans an electric semi truck for local, regional, and long-haul routes. Also on tap: a pickup truck, a compact crossover, and a next-generation convertible roadster. The post Tesla plans to sell trucks: big semis, pickups, too appeared first on ExtremeTech.
In a series of tweets this afternoon, Tesla CEO Elon Musk made more promises about the future including a semi-truck, a pick-up truck and next-gen roadster. The stock is up... Tesla Semi truck unveil set for September. Team has done an amazing job. Show More Summary
The company will also make a convertible version of its Roadster electric car.
The Tesla CEO also tweeted out new details on the upcoming, affordable Model 3 sedan.
The Model S is one of the fastest cars out there — but it won't be Tesla's fastest for too long. Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Tesla's next-generation Roadster will beat the Model S when it comes to speed on Twitter Friday. But we shouldn't...Show More Summary
As Tesla has grown more successful with each passing year, the company's plans for EV domination has become far more ambitious. Initially, Tesla's plan consisted of releasing the Roadster to fund development of the Model S and to then use those Model S profits to fund the design and manufacturing process of the Model 3. Show More Summary
You never forget your first Tesla. In 2010, right after the company had survived a near-death experience, I was offered the chance to sample what was then the carmaker's only vehicle: the original Roadster. It's hard to overestimateShow More Summary
Peter Sullivan and I are driving around Palo Alto, California, in his black Tesla Roadster when the clicking begins. The $2,500 German-made instrument resting in my lap is picking up electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from a nearby cell tower. Show More Summary
Get excited, electric car fans - the Tesla Roadster is coming back. Elon Musk just announced plans to bring the zero emissions sports car back from the electric vehicle graveyard where it was buried at the end of 2012 after selling nearly 2,500 units during its brief four-year life. Show More Summary
The next Roadster will be faster and bigger than the original model, though its not a top priority for Tesla.
Remember the Tesla Roadster, the punchy Lotus jammed full of batteries that put Tesla on the map about 10 years ago? It’s gone now, but we think of it fondly. And there’s a chance that it will make a comeback. Read more...
The next Roadster will be faster and bigger than the original model.
Silicon Valley made its break into the automotive world with the Tesla Roadster, an electrified Lotus Elise, a futuristic sports car that communicated a vision for not just a better future, but a sexier one. Now Silicon Valley really seems to love, uh, minivans. Read more...
Tesla has made a name for itself as one of the most capable manufacturers of electric vehicles in the world. With the release of the Tesla Roadster and the Model S, the upstart EV-maker was able to make electric cars attractive to regular car enthusiasts. Show More Summary
Tesla fanatics have a chance to get their hands on a piece of company history. The 32nd Tesla Roadster part of the limited Validation Prototype series is up for sale on eBay — but for $1 million, the car will set your bank account back quite a bit. Scroll down for a closer look. Show More Summary
Valued at more than $4 billion, Tesla Motors is among the 100 most valuable brands in the world as of 2016. This spectacular achievement is the result of the success the company had with the Model S and Model X, but it’s also due toShow More Summary
The first Tesla model that arrived to delight the eco-friendly was the Roadster. A cool looking all-electric sports car, it rode on the bones of the Lotus Elise. Tesla reportedly built more than 30 development cars for prototyping purposes. Plenty of those were surely crashed in the name of testing, but a few survived. One of the survivors has...