Friday, April 20, 2018

Tesla reveals new entry-level Model S

Tesla have added a new entry-level model to their Model S range - the 60 and 60D. The new 60 will be much cheaper to own, and possibly even enough to keep aspiring Tesla owners happy until the entry-level Model 3 becomes available. Tesla say the Model S 60 and 60D will both offer at least 320km (200mi) of range...

Tesla Model S gets a facelift and cleaner air

Tesla have given their Model S super sedan a brand new face, to help bring it back in line with the frontal styling we've previously seen on the Model X and Model 3 vehicles. Along with the facelift, there's been a few other tweaks under the skin. The new fascia and headlights, inspired by the front styling of the Tesla...

Tesla Model S drag races a Qantas Boeing 737

Plane versus car... pilot versus driver. Qantas Australia and Tesla Motors have produced a new video which they say celebrates innovation and sustainability. Any excuse for an epic plane vs car drag race, right? In the left lane we've got Boeing's huge 737 commercial jet. Originally introduced in 1968, the Boeing 737 has a wingspan of 34-metres and weighs in...

Model S owner fined for excessive emissions

Anyone who has heard about the Tesla Model S will probably tell you it is a zero-emissions vehicle - after all, it has no tailpipe and emits no exhaust while driving. While that may have been a convincing argument for Joe Nguyen to take to Singapore's Land Transport Authority, the agency hit Singapore's first Tesla Model S owner with...

Tesla’s reliability concerns

Perhaps the hype has worn off and reality has finally set in. Just a few weeks after Consumer Reports reported that the Tesla Model S broke its rating scale, the group have retracted its "recommended" rating for the luxury electric vehicle. Once news of this began circulating, Tesla stock plummeted more than 10%. The Model S was stripped of its...

Tesla details changes for Model S

Tesla Motors announced three offerings related to its Model S all-electric sedan on Friday, and updated progress on its next two cars. CEO Elon Musk said in a conference call that the company would offer an upgraded 90 kWh battery in the Model S for $3,000, drop the price for a single-motor Model S to $70,000, and upgrade the...

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