Everyone knows that electric vehicles can’t do road trips. Or at least, they couldn’t.
Tesla has quietly begun work on a 431,000 square foot facility it recently leased in Lathrop, California, just over 50 miles from its current Fremont plant.
The Tesla Model S objectively has one of the highest owner satisfaction rates of any car. However, even the upstart electric automaker that can do no wrong can...well...do wrong.
California boasts easily the most electric vehicles of any state in the country.
The question of battery longevity does not have a simple solution.
The Model S crash in Mexico that occurred in October 2013 was somewhat overlooked compared with the two fiery incidents that bookended it in a 6-week span.
A common argument against electric cars is their inability to travel long distances, due to a combination of insufficient battery capacity and lack of practical fast charging stations.
Lemon laws exist to protect consumers from defective new vehicles and manufacturers who refuse to fix them.
When electric vehicles became available in a variety of choices about 3 years ago one of the positive aspects of ownership promised was that they would be maintenance free.
Tesla’s goal to sell direct by any means necessary is continuing to succeed, most recently this past week in New Jersey, Ohio, and New York.