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Tesla Model Y Teaser Released
Tesla is gearing up to release the Model 3 soon. The company has confirmed that it’s on track to deliver the first production Model 3 car next month. The company’s next all-electric vehicle is going to be the Model Y. Tesla has talked about it before but at its recent shareholders’ meeting, the company released a shadowy teaser image of the Model Y.

First Tesla Model 3 Delivery On Track For July
Tesla said quite a long time back that it would deliver the first production unit of the Tesla Model 3 in July 2017. Much has been said about the company’s ability to mass product its first mass-market electric car. The challenges notwithstanding, Tesla has confirmed that it’s on track to deliver the first production Model 3 next month.

Tesla Model Y Details Will Be Revealed Next Week
Tesla has gradually built up its car lineup over the years. We’ve since seen the company introduce a proper sedan, the Model S, and the Model X crossover. As the company gears up to start producing its first mass-market electric car, the Model 3, it’s also going to reveal some Model Y details in the coming week. This has been confirmed by none other than Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Tesla Model 3 Range May Be Greater Than Chevy Bolt
Tesla has a lot riding on the Model 3, the company’s first mass-market all-electric car, that’s going to hit the production line later this year. GM’s Chevrolet Bolt is its direct competitor and while it has a lead on the new Tesla as far as production is concerned, the company’s CEO Elon Musk has hinted that the Tesla Model 3 range may be greater than that of its rival.


Tesla Superchargers In North America Will Be Doubled This Year
Tesla’s Supercharger network is integral to the experience of owning an all-electric car but without having to make a trade-off when it comes to range, particularly when driving long distances. Its Supercharger network is what enables owners to make coast-to-coast trips without having to spend too much time charging up the car in between. The company has a respectable number of these stations live already in North America and Tesla […]

Tesla Getting Its Factory Ready For Model 3 Production
Tesla has a lot riding on the Model 3. This is the company’s first mass-market electric car that the average consumer will be able to afford. The company is expected to start producing the Model 3 later this year. It was reported yesterday that Tesla was going to start trial production of the Model 3 later this month but there’s a new report now which suggests that the company is […]

Tesla Semi Truck Project Making Good Progress
Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk revealed his Master Plan Part 2 for the company last year and that was when it was confirmed that the company was working on developing an all-electric semi-truck. The project is believed to be in early stages right now. Referred to as Tesla Semi, Musk has now said that the company is making good progress on this project even though it’s not the center […]

Tesla Model X Gets Branded As 'Fast And Flawed'
Tesla takes great pride in the vehicles that it produces and given that all of the cars it’s selling right now cost a pretty penny, customers certainly want them to be the best possible cars they can be. It doesn’t really instill confidence in the product when a big consumer outlet calls it “fast and flawed,” but that’s what Consumer Reports makes of the Model X, Tesla’s first all-electric crossover.

GM Starts Producing Its Mass-Market Electric Car
General Motors showed off its mass-market electric car being launched as the Bolt under the Chevrolet brand about a year back. The design and details have since been confirmed that the car maker has now started mass producing its first mass-market electric car. The Chevy Bolt is in direct competition with the Tesla Model 3 and it already has a lead since the Model 3 isn’t going to enter production […]

Tesla Model 3 Sold Out Until Mid-2018
Tesla received pre-orders for more than 400,000 units of the Model 3 merely days after unveiling its first mass-market electric car. The company is expected to start delivering the first Model 3 units by next year though it’s yet to confirm precisely when that’s going to happen. Those who weren’t able to get a pre-order in will now have to wait even longer to get their electric car because Tesla […]

Tesla Confirms October 17th Product Event
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has just tweeted that the electric car company is going to conduct an event on October 17th. He didn’t go into details of what the company will be talking about at this event, his tweet merely confirmed the date, however we do have an idea of what it might talk about on October 17th. This event is most likely going to be about the Model 3, […]

BMW Reportedly Making Big Shift To Electric Cars
Tesla is one of the best-known manufacturers of all-electric cars right now. It has already unveiled its $35,000 mass-market Model 3 electric car and that appears to have conventional car makers worried. We’re now seeing companies like Mercedes-Benz and others heavily shift their focus towards electric cars, and a new report out of Germany suggests that BMW is going to do the same.

Latest Tesla Update Makes Model S One Of The Fastest Production Cars In The World
Some of the fastest production cars in the world are also some of the most expensive. However, you can now get the same thrill of speed for a fraction of a price of a Ferrari or high-end Porsche. Tesla today announced new 100kWh battery updates for the Model S and the Model X. With this latest update the Model S has now become the third fastest production car in the […]

BMW Takes A Swing At Tesla Model 3 In Latest Commercial
Tesla has done a good job of driving the hype around electric cars even though it has faced problems in delivering its cars on time. That difficulty is what BMW has exploited in its latest commercial which takes a swing at the Tesla Model 3 and fears that the company may not be able to meet its release timeframe for its first mass-market electric car.

Tesla Misses Delivery Targets Yet Again
For the past few quarters, Tesla has been missing its own delivery targets even though it’s taking steps to ramp up production of the models it has on sale right now. The company has confirmed that it delivered 14,370 cars to customers in the second quarter, missing its own estimate of 17,000 cars.

Musk Denies Tesla Sourcing Batteries From Samsung
It was reported yesterday that Tesla could be inking an agreement with Samsung SDI to source batteries for the Model 3. Tesla has worked with Panasonic in the past for batteries and many expect it to continue to do so. There was no official confirmation of a partnership from either Tesla or Samsung, and now Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk has set the record straight. Musk has said that Tesla […]

Tesla Model 3 Won't Get Free Access To Superchargers
Tesla has Superchargers set up across the United States where owners can quickly charge their vehicles. They allow owners of Tesla’s electric cars to drive from coast-to-coast without having to worry about running out of charge along the way. Access to the Supercharger is free for those who own the company’s expensive Model S and Model X cars, but it won’t be free for owners of Tesla’s first mass-market sedan, […]

Tesla Selling $2 Billion In Stock To Fund Model 3 Production
Tesla has impressed the world with the Model 3 but now it must come to grips with the herculean task of actually making the hundreds of thousands of units that have already been reserved. The company recently hired an ex-Audi production boss to further streamline its process and now it’s looking for a massive cash injection to fund the Model 3 production. Tesla has announced that it’s going to sell […]

New Tesla Roadster Will Be Bigger And Faster
The Roadster was one of the first all-electric cars that Tesla came out with and it really put the company on the map. Tesla hasn’t come out with the next-generation Roadster yet but it does appear to have plans for one. According to a new report, the new Tesla Roadster is likely to arrive in 2019 and that when it does arrive, it’s going to be different, faster and bigger […]

Musk Says It's 'Impossible' For Tesla To Meet Model 3 Production Deadline
Tesla makes some great cars but it still has to deal with production and delivery related issues. Praise was heaped on the company when it unveiled its truly mass-market Model 3 all-electric car recently but many are wondering if the company will be able to start production and deliveries on time. It appears that Tesla may have once again been too optimistic about the production deadline.