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Tesla produced just 260 Model 3 EVs in the third quarter of 2017 due to manufacturing 'bottlenecks'
Model S and X deliveries rose third-quarter 2017, but Model 3 production lagged
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18 days ago by automotive
Tesla might turn its Supercharger stations into mini rest stops
The automaker has a plan to add convenience store-esque amenities to its fast-charging stations, according to a report from Restaurant Business spotted by Grub Street. The new plans would transform Supercharger stops from single-purpose power-up stations to mini rest stops.    

“People are coming and spending 20 to 30 minutes at these stops,” Tesla CTO J.B. Straubel told an audience at foodservice-technology conference FSTEC, referring to the Supercharger's estimated half hour power-up time. “They want to eat, they want to have a cup of coffee, and they want to use the bathroom.”   
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28 days ago by automotive
Tesla Preparing for Battery Swapping Stations? | TheDetroitBureau.com
The California-based EV maker filed a patent application for a portable battery changer design that would allow technicians to make the swap in as little as 15 minutes. A quick scan of the diagram in the application shows many similarities to the model it demonstrated in 2013.
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4 weeks ago by automotive
A Series of New Setbacks for Tesla | TheDetroitBureau.com
Debut of Electric Truck Delayed; top Musk lieutenant resigns.
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5 weeks ago by automotive
Inside the used-car numbers of Tesla | Auto Remarketing
In its SEC filing, Tesla explains that pre-owned car sales are included in a revenue category called “services and other revenue,” along with maintenance services and the sales of electric vehicle powertrain components and systems Tesla makes for other manufacturers.

That slice of Tesla’s business was up 157 percent year-over-year (a $131.9 million spike) in the second quarter.
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5 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla's Damaged Goods Problem - Marginal REVOLUTION
Tesla owners in Florida may be grateful for this mileage boost as they escape the ravages of Irma but I suspect that some of them will be upset when they have more time to reflect. How could Tesla increase the mileage at the flick of a switch? The answer is that owners of the Tesla 60kWh version of its Model S and Model X actually have the same battery as the 75kWh vehicles but the battery has been purposely limited or “damaged” to provide only 60KWh of mileage. But why would Tesla damage its own vehicles?
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6 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla’s Push to Build a Self-Driving Car Sparked Dissent Among Its Engineers - WSJ
Elon Musk’s ambitious goals for Autopilot technology have prompted safety warnings and resignations
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8 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla Semi range is reported to be 200 to 300 miles on a full charge
WITH A 200 TO 300-MILE RANGE, THE TESLA SEMI WILL LIKELY STICK TO LOCAL AND REGIONAL ROUTES
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8 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla Model Y to be based on the Model 3
Musk says the reasoning behind the switch up is to get the Model Y to market faster -- possibly as early as 2019. 
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10 weeks ago by automotive
Chevy Bolts Past Tesla Model S in Range Testing | TheDetroitBureau.com
The magazine put the Bolt and two Model S versions, the 75D and 90D, to the test for and the smaller and much less expensive Bolt came out on top traveling 250 miles, which exceeds its EPA-expected distance of 238 miles.
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10 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla Still Doesn't Need Paid Advertising to Make Sales | CMO Strategy - AdAge
"With a small amount of effort we can easily drive the Model 3 reservation number to something much higher but there's no point. It's like if you're a restaurant and you're serving hamburgers and there's like an hour and a half wait for hamburgers do you really want to encourage more people to order more hamburgers?"
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10 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla Narrows Second-Quarter Loss as Revenues Nearly Double | TheDetroitBureau.com
For the quarter, Tesla reported an adjusted loss of $1.33 a share, well below the $1.82 deficit analysts had anticipated, according to consensus numbers gathered by Thomson Reuters. Meanwhile, revenue jumped to $2.79 billion, while analysts had expected a figure of $2.51 billion.
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11 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla Crowned This Commercial as the Winner of Its Fan-Made Ad Contest – Adweek
Brownlee’s spot, which even had the most pedestrian title imaginable (“Tesla Project Loveday Contest Entry!”), is quite workaday in its highlighting of tech features like Summon and the “Ludicrous” acceleration mode. Its ending is broadly comic in a way that calls to mind so many of the old Doritos “Crash the Super Bowl” entries.
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11 weeks ago by automotive
2017 Tesla Model 3 Sedan First Drive | Edmunds
Make no mistake, this was a very brief drive on city streets. There's a lot we still don't know. We never saw the $35,000 base car without the Premium Upgrades package, for example. But this initial experience left us thinking that Tesla just may have pulled it off — if it can build as many as it says it can and meet the quality expectations of mainstream car buyers.
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12 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla reveals more specs, prices for Model 3 | Autoweek
The biggest news is pricing, which still lists at $35,000 to start, as expected, but which can go as high as $59,500 if you load it up with the Tesla equivalent of the kitchen sink. Options revealed include:
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12 weeks ago by automotive
Tesla adds 2 directors with roots in media
Tesla Inc. said on Monday that it had appointed two new directors to its board, including Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. CEO James Murdoch, increasing its board size to nine.

Linda Johnson Rice, who heads Ebony Magazine publisher Johnson Publishing Co., is the other director named to the board.
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july 2017 by automotive
Tesla steps up auto service as Model 3 debut nears
Tesla needs to expand service quickly to be able to handle the increase in sales and as the electric car company transforms itself from a luxury vehicle maker into a competitor with mainstream cars.

Expectations for a smooth rollout are particularly high among investors.
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july 2017 by automotive
First Tesla Model 3 Just Rolled off the Production Line - The Drive
Exciting news as Elon Musk shares photos of first Model 3 off of the assembly line.
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july 2017 by automotive
Tesla’s Sales Raise New Fears Ahead of Model 3 - WSJ
Shares slide after latest sales figures prompt concerns about demand
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july 2017 by automotive
Tesla to Build World’s Biggest Lithium-Battery System - WSJ
The 100-megawatt storage system in Australia showcases the technology’s potential but raises questions about the company’s focus
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july 2017 by automotive
Analysts react to Volvo's bet on electric and phaseout of traditional engine
"By 2020, traditional carmakers are set to have a wide array of electric cars on offer, with ranges of about 500 km.

I think that it's going to be pretty tough for Tesla to keep a position in this space.

The empire is going to strike back."
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july 2017 by automotive
A Good Week Gone Bad for Tesla | TheDetroitBureau.com
Tesla is finding itself facing a growing list of competitors, whether newcomers such as Lucid and Faraday Future, or more established manufacturers like Volvo, Ford, Nissan and General Motors – which launched its own mainstream, long-range battery car, the Chevrolet Bolt EV, last December. BMW has set up its own electric sub-brand, a strategy that Volkswagen and Mercedes-Benz are soon set to mimic.
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july 2017 by automotive
Tesla's real capacity problem: Too many people
Tesla uses far more workers than NUMMI employed to build far fewer cars. In 1985, its first full year of production, NUMMI had 2,470 employees and produced 64,764 vehicles — about 26 vehicles per worker per year. By 1997, it had 4,844 ​ workers and produced 357,809 vehicles — about 74 vehicles per worker per year.

Tesla, on the other hand, had between 6,000 and 10,000 workers in 2016 and manufactured 83,922 vehicles. That puts its vehicle-per-worker number between 8 and 14, about one-seventh the efficiency of NUMMI at its peak.
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june 2017 by automotive
Tesla owners should pay more for insurance, AAA says
Collision damage claims for large luxury vehicles are reported 13 percent more frequently than average, and those claims cost about 50 percent higher than average, the Highway Loss Data Institute said. The rear-wheel-drive Tesla Model S is involved in 46 percent more claims than average, and those claims cost more than twice than average, it said.
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june 2017 by automotive
Toyota and Tesla's unravelling relationship has finally ended
Toyota formed its own unit to develop electric cars in November 2016, investing heavily in hydrogen fuel cells — a technology which Elon Musk has called "incredibly dumb."
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june 2017 by automotive
Toyota holds off BMW to remain most valuable car brand; Tesla rises to No. 8
Toyota's brand value decreased 3 percent to $28.7 billion as increased sales were offset by tough currency challenges as well as increased investment and rising labor costs, according to the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands study released by market researcher Kantar Millward Brown.
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june 2017 by automotive
Tesla's Model X missing out on America's voracious hunger for SUVs, crossovers
Musk has chalked up challenges with the Model X to making the vehicle too complicated. Features including the double-hinged falcon-wing doors have constrained production and contributed to a costly $82,500 starting price. For Tesla, the lack of cheaper and easier configurations has meant missing out on roaring demand amid America’s SUV and crossover boom.
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june 2017 by automotive
Tesla split pits tech analysts vs. car analysts
The Wall Street split on Tesla Inc. boils down to analysts who see the next Apple Inc. and those who perceive a lot more similarity with Studebaker.

Most of the seven analysts who rate the stock a buy are focused on coverage of technology companies, while a majority of the six who advise investors to sell are dedicated to automobiles, according to data compiled by Bloomberg and Sanford C. Bernstein & Co.
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june 2017 by automotive
TREVLS Announces Partnership with Hotel Ivy, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Minneapolis
TREVLS was founded in 2017 on the premise of being the first exclusive Tesla rental company positioning itself with exclusive strategic partnerships providing a premium experience focused on sustainability. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn., the company plans to expand nationwide by the end of this year.
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may 2017 by automotive
The most widely followed Tesla bull on Wall Street just changed his mind
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas believes Tesla is at risk from increasing competition from Apple, Amazon and Alphabet over the long term.
Jonas is known for having some of the most aggressive predictions on Tesla's ambitions such as an Uber-like transport service with autonomous electric vehicles.
He lowered his rating on the electric car maker to equal weight from overweight.
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may 2017 by automotive
Musk sketches out timeline for Tesla electric semi truck, pickup, roadster
After the final unveiling of the Model 3 sedan in July, Tesla will show an electric semi truck in September and a pickup in 18 to 24 months, the CEO said in a series of tweets Thursday. The company also will bring back the Roadster, its very first model, as a convertible.
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april 2017 by automotive
Tesla, on a Hot Streak, Passes Ford in Investor Value - WSJ
Change reflects a growing belief that electric motors and autonomous driving are the wave of the future for cars
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april 2017 by automotive
Tesla sets record for sales, output in Q1
The maker of electric cars and energy-storage devices shipped just over 25,000 vehicles in the year's first three months, Tesla said in a statement Sunday.

That topped the average forecast of 24,200 from three analysts and should bolster confidence in Tesla's target of delivering as many as 50,000 vehicles in this year's first half.
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april 2017 by automotive
Green Car Congress: Tencent buys 5% stake in Tesla for $1.8 billion
Founded in November 1998, Tencent, best known for its WeChat app, is a leading provider of Internet value added services (such as social networks and online gaming, representing the majority of the company’s revenue), online advertising services, and online payment in China.
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march 2017 by automotive
Tesla Model 3 ramp-up aims to beat BMW, Mercedes in just 1 year
For Musk to hit all of his targets, Tesla would need to build about 430,000 Model 3s by the end of next year. That’s more than all of the all-electric cars sold worldwide last year. The rollout will begin in California and move east, focusing on U.S. reservation holders. Even if half of the Model 3 inventory shipped to other countries, U.S. sales under Musk’s targets would outpace the BMW 3 series and the Mercedes C class -- combined.
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march 2017 by automotive
Tesla: Beyond the Hype | J.D. Power
“Tesla owners see themselves as pioneers who enjoy being early adopters of new technology,” said Kathleen Rizk, director, global automotive consulting at J.D. Power. “Spending $100,000 or more on a vehicle that has so many problems usually would have a dramatically negative effect on sales and brand perception. Right now, though, Tesla seems immune from such disenchanted customers.”
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march 2017 by automotive
Wall Street Throws Tesla a Lifeline | TheDetroitBureau.com
Wall Street came up with another $1.2 billion in capital for the Silicon Valley battery-carmaker this week as it went back for an infusion aimed at helping complete development of the critical new Model 3 SUV set to go into production in July. And it’s possible the figure could climb to $1.4 billion.
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march 2017 by automotive
Tesla, looking to cut 'risks,' will raise up to $1.15 billion in capital
The proceeds, which may reach $1.15 billion if underwriters fully exercise their option to purchase additional shares, will be used to strengthen its balance sheet and "further reduce any risks associated with the rapid scaling of its business due to the launch of Model 3," Tesla said in a statement.
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march 2017 by automotive
Casper, the Standard Hotel and Tesla Turned This Retro Motel Into a Crash Pad at SXSW – Adweek
Attendees can also reserve a 45-minute “refresh room,” a place for napping and recharging your devices. All rooms are equipped with Casper mattresses and milk and cookies. And, if you request it, an on-site “mom” will come and tuck you in and read you a bedtime story.

Tesla cars are parked at the activation as well, offering guests rides from the motel back to the festival.
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march 2017 by automotive
Tesla Model Y will follow Model 3 | Autoweek
Even amid manufacturing bottlenecks, Tesla Inc., formerly known as Tesla Motors, is working on expanding its lineup as much older automakers launch their own electric sub-brands. The next vehicle after the midsize Model 3 sedan will be the Model Y -- not its official name -- but it is believed to use much of the Model 3's engineering and architecture, remixing it into a compact crossover body style.
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march 2017 by automotive
Tesla will run contest for homemade commercials -- Musk
On Wednesday, in response to a letter by a fifth grade student, the CEO of Tesla made another announcement on the social media platform -- the company will hold a contest for homemade advertisements.
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march 2017 by automotive
Audi repeats as Consumer Reports' top brand; Tesla leads domestics
The top five brands remained the same, but several switched places. While Audi (81) stayed in the top spot, Porsche (78) move up two spots to second place; BMW (77) rose two spots to third place; Lexus (77) dropped one spot to fourth; and Subaru (74) slipped three spots to fifth.
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march 2017 by automotive
Tesla shares slump after Goldman downgrade
"While we believe Tesla currently has a lead relative to OEM (original-equipment market) peers with respect to vehicle technology adoption, electric vehicle architecture, and (potentially) battery scale, our concerns are more near-term oriented with respect to operational execution on the Model 3 launch, an unproven solar business, and cash needs," he concluded.
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march 2017 by automotive
Autos and Economics: Peak Auto (II): Tesla Valuations
So they're a growth story – but they won't start producing the Model 3 in volume until 2018. [Tesla has yet to host journalist test drive shindigs yet – with the automotive journalist motto "drink free or die" those are rightly called drive-and-drink weeks. Anyway, those are 6 months before production, and with a new model and a new plant ramp-up then can't be earlier than 2018.] If they have a followup model that will add volume, then it can't be any time before 2021, as they've yet to raise money for a new assembly plant, much less break ground. But by then they'll be needing to launch Model 3a, because staying competitive in the volume segment requires periodic updates.
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march 2017 by automotive
Tesla Posts Q4, Full-Year Loss | TheDetroitBureau.com
Company says Model 3 launching in July, full volume in September.
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march 2017 by automotive
Tesla drops 'Motors' from its name
The change, which was reported in a filing to the Securities Exchange Commission on Wednesday, follows the company’s acquisition of solar panel company SolarCity Corp., which was approved by shareholders in November.  Tesla also produces home energy products like battery storage units, moving beyond its original goal to manufacture electric vehicles.
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february 2017 by automotive
Tesla Usher In Longest Range Model S and Model X Yet With No Fanfair
The new addition to their lineup the Model S 100D now comes with a 335 mile range, which will make it the longest range EV on the market. The vehicle which costs $98,300 has 20 miles more range than the Model X P100D and 41 miles more than the Model S 90D.
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january 2017 by automotive
Tesla Supercharger fees kick in this week for new buyers
New Tesla buyers should not expect gasoline-level expenditures. Once a customer exceeds his or her annual limit and pricing kicks in, a trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles will still cost only about $15, while a cross-country jaunt should top out at $120, according to Tesla.
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january 2017 by automotive
Tesla launches battery production at Gigafactory
Today marks the third successful target Tesla met for the New Year. The company fulfilled its promise to rapidly complete a massive battery storage project to back up the grid in California; it promptly rolled out promised software upgrades to cars equipped with new Autopilot hardware; and now has begun battery cell production at the Gigafactory.

That said, the company did fall short of its target to deliver 80,000 cars in 2016, reporting just 76,230 completed in time.
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january 2017 by automotive
Tesla
Forget the Detroit auto show for a Tesla debut; everyone's favorite electric car brand launches on its own timetable and far away from the mainstream masses of auto shows.

This year will be crucial for Tesla: It will either prove its many critics wrong and begin delivering the long-awaited Model 3 "affordable" electric car by its self-imposed (late) 2017 deadline, or it will miss it -- some expect by a full year. If it misses the deadline, Tesla will have egg on its face and potentially lots of chagrined deposit-makers at its doorstep.
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january 2017 by automotive
Tesla reboots stores to add energy storage devices for home
The maker of electric vehicles said on Monday that it has revamped “dozens” of locations to display the Powerwall home battery and informative graphics on energy storage. The additions coincide with Tesla Motors’ acquisition of solar energy company SolarCity, which was approved by shareholders on Thursday and closed Monday.
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november 2016 by automotive
Tesla growing pains: Owners suffer from long service waits | Autoweek
There are 61 service centers operating in 24 states, with 10 additional locations listed as "coming soon" on Tesla's website. In its earnings statement released Oct. 26, the company reported opening 17 service centers in the third quarter.
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november 2016 by automotive
Tesla Buys German Firm to Help Boost EV Production - Consumer Electronics Reviews, Ratings & Comparisons
For consumers, this could result in shorter wait times for a Tesla. The news comes after Tesla's $35,000 Model 3 in April racked up more than 180,000 pre-orders in its first 24 hours of availability.
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november 2016 by automotive
Tesla will end free access to Superchargers for new owners
Tesla called the update a “change to the economics of Supercharging,” allowing the company to “reinvest in the network, accelerate its growth and bring all owners, current and future, the best Supercharging experience.”
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november 2016 by automotive
Musk says Tesla car-share network is 'the people vs. Uber'
Tesla said last week that every vehicle it now manufactures has hardware capable of fully autonomous driving, though the feature isn’t yet available to drivers and may face resistance from regulators. The company plans to eventually allow owners to add their car to a “Tesla fleet,” where they can earn money as their car picks up passengers when they’re not using it. The forthcoming Model 3, with deliveries slated to begin late next year, is expected to start at $35,000 before government incentives.
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october 2016 by automotive
Tesla's flawed defense of direct sales
In establishing its direct-sales model, Tesla ignored the question of where owners would go to dispose of their used cars. Every other automaker relies on its franchised dealers to support wholesale and retail markets for its brand. Dealers facilitate the orderly redistribution of same-make used cars that, in turn, supports residual values and provides owners with immediate cash for their trade-in vehicles.
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october 2016 by automotive
Tesla says it will roll out Uber-style ride services program
ews of the Tesla Network was in a disclaimer about the self-driving functionality on new Model S vehicles.
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october 2016 by automotive
Tesla plans to equip new vehicles with self-driving hardware
Though vehicles will have fully self-driving capability, the technology will not be deployed immediately. After “millions” of miles of real-world testing, gradual upgrades will be delivered to vehicles over the air every two to three months beginning at the end of 2016
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october 2016 by automotive
Why Bolt’s Range Is a Buzz Kill for Tesla Bulls - WSJ
Eighty percent of success is showing up, or so the saying goes. That means the clock is ticking a little faster for Tesla Motors shareholders.
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september 2016 by automotive
Tesla plugs in to small crossover craze
The folks at Tesla Motors' Palo Alto, Calif., headquarters aren't real sticklers for timelines, but the company's fate depends heavily on prospects for an expanded lineup that can support its massive investments in r&d and battery manufacturing.
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september 2016 by automotive
Updated Tesla Model X falcon wing door frustrates owners
A software update of the complex computer-controlled gullwing doors on Tesla's Model X may have created a bigger problem than the one it solved.
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september 2016 by automotive
New Tesla P100D Is Faster, Offers 315-Mile Range | Edmunds.com
Prices start at $135,700 for the Model S P100D and $136,700 for the Model X P100D. Prices include a $1,200 destination charge.
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august 2016 by automotive
Tesla adds more powerful battery option
Tesla is giving its fans another thing to get charged up about with the introduction of a 100-kilowatt-hour battery pack for both the Model S sedan and Model X crossover.
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august 2016 by automotive
Routes diverge in the race to remove the fallible driver
Ford Motor Co. last week said it would put driverless cars on the road for ride-hailing and ride-sharing fleets in just five years.

Then Uber said it would start ferrying passengers with autonomous Ford sedans and Volvo SUVs in a matter of weeks.

In between, General Motors, Tesla, Google, Nissan Motor and possibly Apple are among those aiming to roll out self-driving vehicles as well.

It has become a race in which every contender is aiming for a different finish line. For the legacy automakers, falling too far behind raises the specter of a Kodak-like obsolescence.
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august 2016 by automotive
Tesla opens flagship store in San Francisco's 'Auto Row' ahead of Model 3
Tesla marked the opening of its largest North American sales, service and delivery center in San Francisco, a key market from which the EV maker will introduce its Model 3 sedan late next year.
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august 2016 by automotive
BMW takes on Tesla in new ads
BMW is taking direct aim at Tesla in new ads for its 330e electric plug-in hybrid. Two new TV spots don't mention Tesla by name.
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august 2016 by automotive
Tesla's losses deepen as expansion costs grow
Tesla posted a loss for the 13th straight quarter and cautioned investors that it faces sharply rising expenses as it gears up to boost production capacity to add a new model.
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august 2016 by automotive
For Elon Musk, Tesla's impresario, the latest act falls flat
The skepticism was on full display Thursday, after he unveiled his latest “master plan” to more than a few yawns. Tesla’s stock price slipped 3.4 percent on Thursday to close at $220.50 (the shares recovered somewhat on Friday closing up 0.8 percent to $222.27).
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july 2016 by automotive
Tesla Motors changes web address to Tesla.com
Electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors Inc. has changed its internet address from teslamotors.com to tesla.com, hinting at a possible company name change as part of CEO Elon Musk's latest and still undisclosed "master plan."
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july 2016 by automotive
Tesla Motors’ “Electric Road Trip” To Hit The Roads This Summer
Tesla starts its first ever "Electric Road Trip" tour to celebrate the 2.5 billion miles mileage coming from electric cars this summer.
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july 2016 by automotive
Consumer Reports urges Tesla to disable auto steering function
The influential magazine, with 8 million subscribers, wants Tesla to disable the current system, require drivers to keep their hands on the wheel as part of an updated driver assist system and stop referring to the product as Autopilot.
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july 2016 by automotive
U.S. opens investigation into fatal crash in Tesla
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration opened a preliminary investigation into 25,000 Tesla Model S cars after a fatal crash involving a vehicle using the "Autopilot" mode.
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june 2016 by automotive
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