Elon Musk

Tesla Pushes Software Update to Dog Mode

We recently told you about how Tesla released a software update to include a feature called Dog Mode just months after a tweet asking for feature that keeps the inside of the car at a comfortable temperature for pets and displays a message saying such. As if that turn around wasn’t impressive enough, what happened this week is beyond the comprehension of most large companies. Mere seconds after Twitter user Rahul Sood tweeted to Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk about a potential bug causing the feature to not work as expected if your AC was last set to a manual fan speed, Elon responded “Fixing …”   But that isn’t all. The fix itself, pushed via software update, came through just two days later. In less than the time it takes to have a typical meeting, Elon sa...

Not All Truckers Are As Impressed With The Tesla Semi As Elon Is

A truck driver has a few issues with the Tesla Semi. We invite your comments as well.

Tesla Roadster 2.0 Will Amaze And Astound You

Scheduled for production in 2020, the second generation Tesla Roadster will be the quickest production car ever made. It will start at $200,000.

Consumer Reports Disses Tesla Reliability — Again

Consumer Reports has dared to suggest reliability of the Tesla Model 3 will be no better than average, which has resulted in a blistering attack from the company.

What’s Behind The Mass Firings At Tesla?

Tesla has fired hundreds of workers right when it is struggling mightily to get production of the Model 3 off the ground. It's an odd move, one that has tongues wagging.

Tesla Delivers 26,150 Cars In Q3, Aims For More Than 100,000 Model S and Model X In 2017

Tesla says it delivered 26.150 vehicles in the third quarter, 220 of which were Model 3 sedans. It says it now expects to deliver more than 100,000 Model S and Model X cars this year.

Tesla Collecting More Data As Engineers Quit Autopilot Division

Things are bumpy in Tesla's Autopilot division, as the company is expanding its data collection protocols and pushing ahead with plans to have a Tesla drive cross country without human intervention before the end of the year.

Tesla Model Y Coming Sooner Than Expected, Will Feature Falcon Wing Doors

Elon Musk told investors yesterday that the Model Y will be built on a variation of the Model 3 chassis. He expects the car to launch by 2019 and sell a half million units a year -- or more.

Musk Sets The World Atwitter With New Tweets About Tesla Pickup, Model 3 And Next Roadster

Elon Musk tweeted news yesterday about the Model 3, the Tesla pickup truck, and the second generation Tesla Roadster. Come on inside to learn more.