Elon Musk's Tesla Motors threw a swanky party this weekend to show off the upcoming Model S electric sedan, promising to build a version that could beat a Porsche 911 to 60 mph. But the Model S also brings this — the return of rear-facing jump seats.
With federal aid for green-tech startups under assault in Washington, Tesla Motors took to the webs last week touting how its $465 million federal loan had helped create hundreds of jobs — but it didn't reveal that it's now asking for more government money. They also won't reveal why they want it or how much they're…
After launching the public relations campaign/lawsuit against Top Gear last week over its withering test of the all-electric Tesla Roadster, Tesla CEO Elon Musk finally spoke out today. His reason for suing? Tesla's investors kept asking about it.
This Tesla Roadster's looking suspiciously hot with the ski rack up top. Unfortunately, it's ruined by Elon Musk's charge they're not going to stop until all cars are electric. Your own quotes in your booth? Hmm... megalomania.
Given the choice, I'd rather stick a fork in my hand than write about my personal life. Unfortunately, it seems that I don't have any other option.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk responds to a reporter's question following the company's IPO on Tuesday. Maybe now he'll be able to afford a fashion consultant — mixing plaids and check is always a bad idea. Photo Credit: Mark Lennihan/AP
Tesla raises $226 million in IPO. That gives Elon Musk two years and two months of cash to burn through. [WSJ]
Tesla's broke. Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO, is broke. Now Musk is traveling the country, hat in hand, begging for cash in a series of secret, closed-door meetings. One unimpressed insider shared this exclusive, behind-the-scenes look with us.