No matter what you think of Tesla, you have to admit that the Model S is a ballsy, ground breaking machine. It is pretty much the first electric car that could be considered an almost viable alternative to a traditional gas powered car in terms of refinement and range.
One of the coolest cars revealed at the Paris Motor Show was the Mercedes SLS AMG Electric Drive. It's got 737-lb-ft. of torque all-wheel-drive goodness, but the coal-powered Merc reminds us of a looming problem with electric cars.
Tesla Motors just unveiled its new supercharger, but it isn't the cool Mad Max kind we all grew up with.
If you wanted a Tesla Model S but couldn't afford the sticker price (or bear the long wait), now's your chance. Well, sort of. Tesla shared its guts with Toyota, who stuffed them into a RAV4, and now the car's going on sale.
I've got this sneaking suspicion that the Tesla Model S is a great car. Throw out all of the questions about the car's underpinnings, the conditions of range, and the prospects of selling 20,000 of these a year and it probably is great. I know I'm excited to drive one at some uncertain point in the future.
It's possible the Tesla Model S is a great car that lives up to all of its promises. You won't find that out by reading reviews from the early drives of the car, which we've learned — and the company has basically confirmed — Tesla has limited to 10 minutes per outlet.
This winter, Tesla took the Model S to the 820-acre Automotive Enviro Testing center in Baudette, Minnesota — normally one of the coldest places in the continental United States.
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.
Tesla Motors has dropped a crop of photos of what it's calling the Tesla Model S "Alpha," which appears to be a more production-intent version of the until-now-more-likely-vaporware-than-not electric sedan concept. It also appears to be stolen straight from either the new Jaguar XF or the Kia Optima. I guess if you…
After bringing the aluminum skeleton of its Model S sedan to the Detroit Auto Show, Tesla has released this short video of its first homegrown model rolling through the countryside, with not a power outlet in sight.
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'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.
Tesla will announce a deal with Toyota to build electric cars at a press conference later this afternoon. Although it's not yet clear what the specifics of the deal will entail, we can speculate all sorts of fun things. UPDATE