Subaru chose to display the 2014 BRZ at the Guangzhou International Motor Show in China in a very unique way.
GM's plans for a long range electric car, perhaps 200 mile range, are back in the news, and this time it's said they're looking to challenge Tesla Motors' electric leadership.
Tesla Motors has been under attack across the country from automobile dealers associations, and now an attack has been launched in California.
Today the price for Tesla Motors (TSLA) stock popped a little, up about 1% on the day, with the stock market press claiming the price move came on news about a battery pack patent the company was a
Tesla Motors, who has reportedly had talks with Google concerning that company's driverless car research, is now looking to hire an Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Controls Engineer to de
Tesla Motors announced expansion plans for the European Supercharger network at the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung(IAA) in Frankfurt today.
While Tesla Motors' plan to increase Model S production to 40,000 cars a year by the end of 2014 will be good for their business, their growth may cause headaches for the battery industry.
Tesla Motors is about to open a new Supercharger station in Waco TX, a state where they cannot even sell cars. The new station will open on Tuesday, in a 10 AM ceremony, at 701 N.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk tweeted yesterday a rather mundane factoid, that he has finished planning a family road trip from Los Angeles to New York City.
On Friday, shares of Tesla Motors (TSLA) had a last minute surge to close at $169/share, nearly breaking through the $170/share level.
Nissan, the other leading electric car maker besides Tesla Motors, has begun selling ZEV credits earned under California's zero emission vehicle sales rules.
Tesla Motors is talking with Samsung SDI to supply battery cells, according to a report in the Korean Herald.
The remote access REST API for the Tesla Model S has security vulnerabilities, according to George Reese, a top Dell Engineer and a Tesla Model S owner.