Today in bad ideas, a now-removed YouTube video of a man playing Pokémon Go while using his Tesla’s Autopilot mode has been making rounds on the interwebs. Though the clip is gone, we’ve still got the quotes from YouTuber Gary Zhou describing what it was like to simultaneously aim to catch Pokémon while riding in a…
If you’e ever wondered how the Tesla Model X’s Falcon Wing doors worked, here’s a demonstration video complete with the greatest children’s (and adults’, let’s be honest) toys ever: Legos.
Tesla’s onboard vehicle logs showed that Autopilot was not engaged during the Model X crash that occurred in Pennsylvania earlier this month, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Tesla has announced that it missed its sales targets once more this year. Also coincidentally, it has a new, cheaper version of its Model X minivan for sale. I’m sure that’s all unrelated, right?
The Tesla Model X crash that occurred in Montana on Saturday, which was blamed on Autopilot, now might have a new element to it: the driver might not have had his hands on the wheel at the time of the incident. It remains unclear.
Last Saturday night, a Model X drove through a guardrail in Montana, reportedly also with Autopilot engaged.
The Pennsylvania State Police have cited Albert Scaglione, the driver of the Tesla Model X that crashed and rolled over last week, for careless driving. Despite the citation, though, it still doesn’t tell us much about the cause of the accident.
Last week art dealer Albert Scaglione told police that Autopilot was engaged when his Tesla Model X crashed and rolled across the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Tesla is less than convinced.
One day after the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration announced the May fatal crash of Joshua Brown in a Tesla in Autopilot mode, a Michigan art dealer says Autopilot was engaged when he crashed and rolled across the Pennsylvania Turnpike in his Tesla Model X.
Barrett Lyon has owned every model Tesla has ever made; a Roadster, a Model S and, now formerly, a Model X—which he returned to Tesla after filing a lawsuit against the company over the electric crossover’s numerous quality issues.
Tesla will be opening a “Design Studio” gallery featuring a Model X parked right the middle of the Nordstrom clothing store in L.A.’s The Grove mall. What’s next, a Subaru in a Whole Foods?
The Tesla Model X’s enormous windshield looks cool, but it’s been the source of a few headaches, from “double vision” at night to drivers apparently getting blinded by intense sun rays during the day. Here’s the fix for the latter: free sunshades!
The 600 horsepower Bentley Bentayga is a monster of an automobile, a massive feat of engineering and speed. But it is absolutely walked by the even more massive Tesla Model X.
Tesla, the little American car company every other automaker loves to hate, recently lent a Model X to Fortune for a review. The car was not what one might expect of a $150,000 luxury car, unless something like an old Jaguar has been in your ownership history.
When the Tesla Model S launched, we called it the world’s most expensive beta test, since the copious quality issues made early adopters seem like guinea pigs. It’s been a few years, and while the fit and finish of the Model S has vastly improved, the new Model X seems to still have a long way to go.
As a society full of innovation and new technology, we give a lot of attention to Tesla Motors and its semi-autonomous features. But even for owners, not all of those features come free—permanently, that is. According to some recent Tesla forum posts, it looks as if the company now offers free trials for fancier perks.
Tesla claims that its Model X crossover has the largest windshield of any production car. It’s also been a developmental nightmare that was delayed again and again for issues with suppliers and engineering those damn Falcon doors. Now it may have a problem with light ghosting in the big fancy windshield causing…