14th June 2013
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Auto Makers Have Fewer Differences According to Consumers, Survey

The past few years has seen major shakeups in the automotive industry, and it shows in a recent survey on brand perception conducted by Consumer Reports. Once dominant players Toyota, Honda, Ford, and Chevrolet remain on top, but each automaker has seen its points gap decrease compared to last year. In the meantime, electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla has broken into the top ...
13th June 2013
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You May Pass Go: Tesla Motors Permitted to Continue Operating in Massachusetts

As 2012 is coming to a close, Tesla Motors can begin to look back on some of its monumental success it experienced this year. However, it hasn’t been all sunshine and rainbows for the all-electric automaker in 2012 as Tesla was served with a lawsuit by state dealership groups in Massachusetts and New York last month. Today, a Massachusetts judge denied the ...
11th June 2013
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Unlikely Rivals: Tesla Model S Challenges BMW M5 to a Drag Race in New Video

We’ve tested the Tesla Model S and driven Elon Musk’s personal car to test its range — what else is left to evaluate about the fully electric premium four-door? A drag race with a new BMW M5 would be a good place to start, and that’s exactly what Automobile magazine has done in a new video. The contender with an internal combustion engine is the new BMW M5 sedan, which is powered by a twin-turbo 4.4-liter ...
9th June 2013
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Tesla’s Elon Musk Shares Thoughts, Data Logs to Refute NY Times Model S Review

The controversy continues surrounding the recent The New York Times article written by reporter John M. Broder, who was left stranded when the Model S he was driving ran out of charge before reaching a charging station. Since then, his review has received lots of attention, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently provided his side of the ordeal and shared extensive data from the Model S driven by Broder. The controversy began when Tesla approached Broder ...
8th June 2013
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Tesla Model X Production Pushed Back to Late 2014

Production of the Tesla Model X crossover has been pushed back from the end of this year to the end of 2014. A Tesla representative told the Los Angeles Times that the wait for the electric crossover has increased as the company focuses on filling orders for the Model S four-door, which could reach 20,000 units this year. The original Tesla Model X was supposed to go on sale early in 2014, but now deliveries will ...