Tesla and Toyota are two pioneers in the green car segment that have very different visions of what the future will look like.
Last night there was a gubernatorial debate in California during which the Tesla Gigafactory came up.
In the month of August BMW’s new i3 electric vehicle (EV) passed the Tesla Model S in US sales. One year ago Tesla was one of the top-selling EVs in the country.
It will not be official until a news conference Thursday afternoon in Carson City, but all signs point to Tesla selecting Reno, Nevada for the location of its massive battery factory that could be
Imagine you're at the world-famous Bandimere Speedway watching some of the world's greatest supercars doing quarter mile runs.
We all know by now that the official rated range of electric vehicles, either on the NEDC cycle or the EPA cycles, is only an approximation and that “actual results may vary.” But how much can the
Early this month, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk and a few select members of his team had the usual conference call with analysts following the second quarter earnings report.
A startup automaker is bound to have some quality problems as it endures the growing pains of scaling up to mass production.
Following the forays of established automakers into the electric vehicle industry, with the possible exception of BMW, is largely unexciting.
Tesla’s projections of quarterly sales are turning out to be quite reliable.
Though we still do not know where the Gigafactory will be located, we do know it is one major step closer to reality.
In the span of mere hours, Reno went from the most likely candidate to land the prized Tesla Gigafactory to being crossed off the list.
The question of electric vehicle battery costs is obviously a big factor in the purchase price of new plug-in vehicles, but is important at the end of the battery’s life as well.