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What is the Tesla Model D? And why is it a step closer to self-driving cars?

What is the Tesla Model D? And why is it a step closer to self-driving cars?

By 10 October 2014

Tesla has been talked about the world over lately with its rumour Model D expected to get unveiled last night. But rather than a new car being unveiled the D, it turns out, was a variant for the Model S. Tesla CEO Elon Musk was teasing the Model D, and... >>

Tesla Model S hacked, doors popped open while being driven

Tesla Model S hacked, doors popped open while being driven

By 22 July 2014

Students at Zhejiang University were able to attack a Tesla Model S using a hack that popped open the doors while the car was moving at speed. This obviously has dangerous connotations for the fully electric car. But the attacks weren't on just anyone,... >>

First Drive: Tesla Model S

First Drive: Tesla Model S

By 7 June 2014

As we put our foot down on the accelerator, the Model S punches into action and we are off. Yes, we've just driven one of the first right-hand drive Tesla Model S cars to arrive in the UK - ahead of the official launch and the delivery of the new electric... >>

Tesla to hit UK with Model S that can drive length of England with one recharge break

Tesla to hit UK with Model S that can drive length of England with one recharge break

By 20 May 2014

Tesla is set to launch in the UK next month and it's planning to start with an impressive Model S that can run for 300 miles on a charge. And the Model S, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, will be able to recharge for another 130 miles in just 20-minutes... >>

European cross-continent drive in Tesla Model S soon to be reality

European cross-continent drive in Tesla Model S soon to be reality

By 6 March 2014

Tesla isn't looking to slow down, highlighting its commitment to Europe while at the Geneva Motor Show this week.  The company announced huge plans to expand its Supercharger network across Europe, and that it will open more than 30 service centres... >>

Tesla's affordable Model E will be 20 per cent smaller than Model S, have 200 mile range

Tesla's affordable Model E will be 20 per cent smaller than Model S, have 200 mile range

By 2 March 2014

Tesla's upcoming Model E, aimed to be an affordable all-electric car for the mass market, will be smaller than the Model S currently available. Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk told the California Public Utilities Commission the Model E will be 80 per... >>

Tesla delays all-electric Model X sedan release until 2015

Tesla delays all-electric Model X sedan release until 2015

By 20 February 2014

Tesla has delayed its all-electric Model X sedan until 2015, the company's CEO Elon Musk told Bloomberg on Wednesday, citing his "perfectionist" nature for the reason it's not ready for market. This marks the second time the $49,000 Model X has been... >>

Tesla Model S owners can now drive coast-to-coast in the US

Tesla Model S owners can now drive coast-to-coast in the US

By 27 January 2014

Tesla has expanded its "Supercharger" network in the US to allow Model S drivers to make it all the way from New York to California for the first time. The plan was first announced in May of 2013 and has now been completed. “Tesla Supercharger network... >>

Tesla Model S software update brings more efficient charging

Tesla Model S software update brings more efficient charging

By 27 December 2013

After the flaming Tesla Model S cars that have been catching headline heat, Tesla has released a software update for safety. A fire in a California garage was caused by an overheating wall charger. The latest update to the Model S is able to recognise... >>

Tesla planning to unveil its budget car in January 2015

Tesla planning to unveil its budget car in January 2015

By 15 December 2013

Tesla, the maker of the $69,900 Model S, plans to reveal its all-electric budget model car at the Detroit Auto Show in 2015. The Auto Show typically takes place in January.  Tesla’s chief designer, Franz von Holzhauzen, revealed in an interview with... >>