This Dude Scares The Crap Out Of Everyone In His Tesla P85D

You should know by now that the Tesla Model S P85D is not messing around when it comes to performance. Thanks to dual motor all-wheel drive, 691 horsepower and a zero to 60 mph time of 3.2 seconds, it's one of the most crushingly fast cars you can get in 2015. It's also great for scaring the shit out of your friends… » 1/26/15 10:05pm Monday 10:05pm

Why Are All These Tesla Owners Recording Themselves Breaking The Law?

Tesla's always been for weirdos. For nerds. For technogeeks, and the kind of people that read Gizmodo. For Tesla Man. But judging by the amount of videos we've been inundated with over the past few weeks (at least three or four!), is the Tesla Model S P85D the first electric car ever truly loved by street racing… » 1/22/15 9:55pm 1/22/15 9:55pm

Tesla Promises "Torque Sleep" For D Models, Higher Top Speed

When Tesla unveiled The D in October, Elon Musk promised a boost in range over the original rear-wheel drive model thanks to the ability of the dual-motor Model S to optimize output for maximum efficiency. It's called "torque sleep" and Tesla is promising to deliver the feature by the end of next month. » 12/30/14 3:15pm 12/30/14 3:15pm

Here's Why The Tesla Model S Is The #1 Selling Car In Norway

The Tesla Model S has a bunch of great things going for it, but there's definitely a weird facet of it's sales strategy that is a little funky. The car's second largest market, in the entire world, is Norway. Little, tiny Norway. In fact, it's the best-selling car there overall. And here's the reason why. » 10/27/14 3:00pm 10/27/14 3:00pm

How Much Does it Cost to Charge an Electric Car?

There are many reasons for considering making an electric car the next car you buy or lease. Besides the many environmental benefits, the promise of energy security, the silky-smooth driving experience with instant torque available without delay and low maintenance, one of the best characteristics of electric vehicles… » 8/27/14 3:40pm 8/27/14 3:40pm

Tesla Owners Will Be Able to Start Their Cars With Only an iPhone

Tesla's Model S is so technologically advanced, it gets software updates the way your old fashioned car gets oil changes. And rumor has it the newest update will let iPhone-using Tesla owners forget their car keys forever: The car will soon recognize the owner's phone to start the car. » 8/21/14 10:59am 8/21/14 10:59am

Dear Tesla: Bypassing Environmental Laws Is Bad For Everyone

Tesla is planning a so-called Gigafactory, an enormous battery plant to supply the company's upcoming high-volume Model 3. California wants that factory bad, offering to waive its environmental regulations to win it. That's bad news—for Tesla, for California, for you and me, and for the future of electric cars. » 8/12/14 3:16pm 8/12/14 3:16pm