On March 31 2016, a date that will live in infamy for EV enthusiast, Tesla Motors began taking pre-orders for a new car that no one had seen and would not be delivered for almost 2 years.
Last month Tesla silently upgraded all orders for the 70kWh Model X (none of which had been delivered) to a 75kWh battery.
Tesla designed a car with a 2 stage air filtration system including a true HEPA filter with the ability to filter allergens, bacterial, and Viruses from the air.
Germany will soon be adding up to 4,000 Euros as an incentive to battery electric vehicle buyers.
According to a recent report from NADA, electric vehicles have terrible resale value, with the exception of one car model.
The 2015 Tesla Model S 70D was named Green Car of the Year by AAA this week. The group organizes green vehicles into six categories. The Model S 70D won half of those.
Every battery electric vehicle that leaves a showroom floor sold to a private individual is eligible for a federal tax rebate granted to its owner by the U.S. tax code.
This past week Tesla previewed its first affordable vehicle, the 2017 Model 3.
Battery electric vehicle sales are about to dive. Who would buy another EV with the Tesla Model 3 on its way?
Every deadline with Tesla seems stretched, revised, corrected, or “perhaps misunderstood.” The September launch of the Model X never really happened.
By our count, automakers have sold roughly 2.5 million vehicles in the U.S. through the end of February.
Union and non-union workers including carpenters, plumbers and electricians walked off the Tesla Gigafactory job site in Nevada yesterday to protest unfair pay and the hiring of out-of-state non-un