Elon Musk took to the official Tesla blog to defend the reputation of the Model S against claims that it is unsafe after reports of three different vehicle fires.
The news of the fires, along with images of burned out Teslas sitting at the edge of the road, have been making
George Clooney talked a little smack about the Tesla Roadster he once owned and, in a not at all shocking turn of events, Elon Musk was ready with a clever response.
The whole thing came about after some comments Clooney made during an interview with Esquire magazine. It wasn't even an
The Tesla Model S was designed for the conservationist with a need for speed - after all, the car can make a 0-60 sprint that bests even some Porsches. But the ubiquitous need to recharge the Model S's high-performance battery pack was slowing many owners down. Even with the advent
Tesla is looking to pay back $465 million in Department of Energy loans through an upcoming stock offering which could generate as much as $1 billion for the company. CEO Elon Musk, who often takes to twitter to defend the company and hint at upcoming announcements, tweeted the news on
Tesla announced that not only have they exceeded their Q1 sales goals for the Tesla Model S, but that for the first time in the company's history, Tesla is profitable. Included in the announcement was the news that the entry-level Model S with the smaller 40 kWh battery will no
Elon Musk posted data from the now infamous Tesla Model S drive by New York Times writer John Broder and it's not looking good for Broder. In Broder's review of the vehicle, he claimed that the range dropped drastically during his drive because of the cold and that he was
Elon Musk has defended the Tesla before, most notably against the guys from Top Gear UK, but this time it's the New York Times and their decidedly negative review of the Tesla Model S. The review comes from writer John Broder who took the car for a spin from Washington,
Keep in mind that what you're looking at is nothing more than a sketch. A hell of a nice sketch from the Art Center College Of Design in California student, Hyonwoo Jason Kim. Tesla is working towards an affordable, entry level all-electric car and this concept looks like a mighty good