SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — In a story May 14 about the crash of a Tesla electric car, The Associated Press reported that the driver had the vehicle's semi-autonomous Autopilot mode engaged when she slammed
The days of endless roadwork and range anxiety might be over. Potholes are bad enough for the jarring rides, car damage and safety hazards they create, but it's also problematic to fix them. You're looking
The crossover EV could take on Tesla's Model X in 2019. Audi's E-Tron electric car lineup isn't coming until next year, but in the meantime it's giving us a taste with the E-Tron Sportback Concept. It's
You won't have to rip off tiles to install this on your home. Tesla's home energy efforts might be centered around its solar roofs, but it knows that not everyone can (or wants to) rip up their roof just
In a rare new blog post titled “Model S or Model 3“, Tesla reminded owners today that the Model 3 is not the “next generation Tesla”. It’s something that CEO Elon Musk tried to convey last month in a of
Tesla's zero hour approaches. Is it ready for the big time? What It Is: Tesla’s more affordable, more mainstream all-electric sedan. The Model 3 will start at around $35,000 before incentives and will
Tesla Model 3 average sale price and budget to be closer to $50,000 based on latest data from reservation holders
The most anticipated feature of the Tesla Model 3 is its starting price: $35,000. It’s expected to make the sedan the first relatively affordable mass-produced long-range all-electric vehicle widely available.
Witnessing change in 36,000 miles, plus one really long road trip. On April 21, 2015, a Tesla Model S P85D rolled off a transporter in front of Car and Driver headquarters, its cherry-red paint spattered
Remember how 100-meter sprinting sensation Usain Bolt made history by shaving 0.14 second off his 9.72-second Olympic world record when he posted that earth-shattering 9.58-second time in Berlin back 2009?
Tesla’s 8.1 software update released this week is the most significant step for the Autopilot program on the new hardware. Chris Lattner, Tesla’s Vice President of Autopilot software, said so himself: