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Tesla Will Produce Model 3 Units 24/7 To Meet Demand

04/18/2018, Tesla has been in production hell for the Model 3 as it hasn’t been able to properly ramp up production for its mass-market electric car. The company’s CEO Elon Musk has acknowledged that excessive automation is partly to be blamed for the...

Tesla Model 3 Production Line Temporarily Stopped

04/17/2018, It’s no secret that Tesla has been facing problems in manufacturing its mass-market electric car, the Model 3. The company has a massive backlog of orders that it has to fill but it has been unable to do that due to production bottlenecks. It has...

Tesla’s Batteries Will Apparently Degrade Slower Than Advertised

04/16/2018, Batteries degrade over time and this is a problem especially in electric cars when the battery does more than just power your car’s lights. However the good news is that apparently after some testing by a Dutch-Belgium Tesla owners group, they have...


Elon Musk Admits Excessive Automation To Blame For Model 3 Delays

04/15/2018, There are talks about how robots will eventually takeover jobs that humans do, and while it might seem like a very distant future for some, there are already some who are feeling it, namely those who work on the production line in which robots have taken...

Largest Tesla Model S Recall Issued Over Faulty Steering

04/01/2018, Tesla has recalled a significant number of Model S vehicles globally due to a faulty steering issue. The company has informed customers in an email that this is a proactive, voluntary recall and that none of its other cars are affected by this issue....

Tesla Faces Federal Investigation Over Last Week’s Fatal Crash

03/28/2018, It was reported last week that a Tesla Model X was involved in a fatal accident last week near Mountain View, California. The car had caught on fire as well. The report has prompted a federal field investigation by the U.S. National Transportation Safety...

Tesla To Make Coast-To-Coast Autonomous Drive In Up To Six Months

02/08/2018, Tesla initially planned on doing a coast-to-coast autonomous drive in the United States by the end of 2017 but that didn’t happen. The company has long touted the advanced semi-autonomous driving functionality of its all-electric cars and it will...

Tesla To Sell Renewable Energy Products At Home Depot

02/01/2018, In a bid to expand sales of its renewable energy products to a wider audience, Tesla has confirmed that it’s going to set up mini-stores in Home Depot locations across the country. Setting up mini-stores across 800 of Home Depot’s stores in...

Tesla Model 3 To Do ‘Pretty Much Anything’ Via Voice Command

01/16/2018, Tesla may not have been able to produce its first mass-market electric car as quickly as it wanted but the company has made solid progress over the past few months to reduce production bottlenecks and streamline production. In a response to additional...

Tesla Solar Roof Tiles Are Finally Being Manufactured

01/10/2018, Tesla started taking pre-orders for its solar roof tiles in May last year. Interested customers put down a $1000 deposit and while installation was supposed to begin in the U.S. last summer, the process was delayed. Tesla appears to have worked out the...

Elon Musk Confirms Tesla’s Plans For An Electric Pickup Truck

12/26/2017, For the most part, Tesla’s offerings have largely been cars, at least until recently where Tesla unveiled the Semi electric truck. However the good news for those who have need for a vehicle larger than a car, Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk has confirmed via...

UPS Has Pre-Ordered 125 Of Tesla’s ‘Semi’ Electric Trucks

12/19/2017, UPS is known to many as a delivery company, but it seems that the company is also interested in technology and using it to improve its services. For example we’ve seen how the company is exploring the idea of using drones alongside their trucks to help...

Tesla Introduces ‘Fair Use’ Policy For Its Supercharger Network

12/17/2017, Tesla’s Supercharger network has been designed to help electric cars recharge so that when they go on long journeys, they won’t have to worry about running out of battery in the middle of the highway, assuming they’ve been stopping and recharging...