Tesla Model S: Musk Isn’t Satisfied With $2K Discount?

It looks like Elon Musk isn’t satisfied with the company’s discount offer for Model S 60 And 60D owners to upgrade into a 75kWh. Tesla’s latest Model S 60 units actually do come with a 75kWh battery but it is software restricted to 60kWh. The recent discount to give owners the extra 15kWh is available Read more about Tesla Model S: Musk Isn’t Satisfied With $2K Discount?[…]

Tesla Model S: How’s This For Cheap?

Following Tesla’s decision to cut off the Model S 60 from its lineup, the automaker is now dropping $7,500 off the price of its cheapest model, the Model S 75. This means the new base price for the model will be $69,500. With this reduction in price, Tesla also made some package changes which includes Read more about Tesla Model S: How’s This For Cheap?[…]

Tesla’s Model S 100D Nails EPA Ratings As Claimed!

The EPA has just recently released the official ratings of Tesla’s Model S 100D, launched three months ago, and it looks like the automaker was spot-on with its estimates. The official figures of the non-performance version Model S are 331.1 miles in the city, 337.2 miles on highway with a combined range of 335 miles. Read more about Tesla’s Model S 100D Nails EPA Ratings As Claimed![…]

Tesla’s Model S Dampens Driver’s Moods

The Tesla Model S, debuted back in June 2012, is a full-sized, completely electric, five-door vehicle. This model nabbed a perfect 5 stars rating from the NHTSA for its automobile safety rating. This model looks stunning with its lightweight aluminum body and frameless, tempered safety glass front windows. Aside that, it also features power folding, Read more about Tesla’s Model S Dampens Driver’s Moods[…]

Tesla Should Be Responsible For Model S Fire

According to a report by Electrek, a Model S 70 was recently destroyed after it caught on fire. Philip Coates from Yorkshire parked his vehicle outside his mother’s house without plugging it in for charging when the incident occurred. Coates was only aware of the fire about an hour later and he quickly called up Read more about Tesla Should Be Responsible For Model S Fire[…]

Tesla Model 3 Was Never Meant To Surpass The Model S

It’s becoming apparent that folks are looking at Tesla as more of a tech company rather than an automotive company. However, it doesn’t really matter what the public think as Tesla’s CEO has made his stand clear. Elon Musk took to Twitter to shut down rumors that the company’s upcoming Model 3 will be a Read more about Tesla Model 3 Was Never Meant To Surpass The Model S[…]

Tesla Model 3 Lacking In AWD Makes Sense

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk recently took to Twitter to clear up some misconceptions of its upcoming Model 3. Replying to several questions on that social media platform, the CEO clarified that the model will not be sporting AWD dual motors to reduce “configuration complexity.” This means the Model 3 will be just like the Model Read more about Tesla Model 3 Lacking In AWD Makes Sense[…]

Tesla Model 3 Helps Kill Off Cheaper Model S

Tesla has announced that it will be terminating its Model S 60 and 60D option with its 60kWh battery unit after mid-April. This will make the Model S featuring the 75kWh battery unit the new base model. The 60kWh model had a 75kWh battery unit which could only be unlocked with a software upgrade and Read more about Tesla Model 3 Helps Kill Off Cheaper Model S[…]

Tesla Model 3: Desperation Leads To Skipping “Beta” Phase

Tesla is positive that its analytic tools are advanced enough to reveal every nitty-gritty detail that it needs to know. And so, it has decided to skip the “beta” phase of the Model 3’s development cycle. Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, revealed via a conference call to investors last week that the company doesn’t need to Read more about Tesla Model 3: Desperation Leads To Skipping “Beta” Phase[…]

Tesla Model S 60 Made To Walk The Plank

It looks like Tesla is determined to show the slow-selling Model S 60 and 60D the door. This means the 75 and AWD 75D will be the new entry-level models. Tesla sent out a letter of notification to its owners stating that, “Most customers ended up buying an equivalent to the Model S 75kWh. To Read more about Tesla Model S 60 Made To Walk The Plank[…]

2017 Toyota Prius Prime: Eat Your Heart Out, Tesla!

In the first two months of 2017, the Toyota Prius Prime Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) has managed to surpass Tesla’s Model S and Model X, in terms of sale, according to a report by Inside EVs. The report states that the Tesla Model S managed to secure 2,650 total units of sales whereas the Read more about 2017 Toyota Prius Prime: Eat Your Heart Out, Tesla![…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Right On Time? Yes, Right On Time!

For a company of Tesla’s stature and scale, it appears that things have to get worse before they get better. The automaker has had to climb a really steep learning curve in order to produce vehicles reliably and deliver orders on time, plus it took a long time before the company saw positive cash flow. Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Right On Time? Yes, Right On Time![…]

2017 Chevy Bolt, Tesla Model S Are Leaving Chevy Volt In The Ditch

Back in 2013, the Tesla Model S had won the Motor Trend Car of the Year award and now, it is running for the award once again – this time it’s the 60/75kWh version. The Tesla Model S will be competing against the Chevrolet Bolt EV, which is running for its very first award. Surprisingly, Read more about 2017 Chevy Bolt, Tesla Model S Are Leaving Chevy Volt In The Ditch[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S vs Nissan Leaf: The Loser Is Obvious

As we journey further into 2017, it’s hard to turn a blind eye to the fact that the Nissan Leaf is slowly losing its appeal to the masses. Although it is Nissan’s most successful electric vehicle, the Leaf has been going down a slippery slope in the United States as well as in the global Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S vs Nissan Leaf: The Loser Is Obvious[…]

2017 Tesla Model S: Would Model 3 Fail As Well?

Recent reports have revealed that the Tesla Model S has missed out on nabbing the highest award granted for vehicle safety by the IIHS: Top Safety Pick+. The IIHS, operating independently of the federal government, said that the Tesla Model S failed to perform good enough in its tests to earn the top award. Although Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S: Would Model 3 Fail As Well?[…]

Tesla Model S P100D Takes On Chevy Camaro ZL1, Nissan GT-R & S550 Mustang GT!

If you’re a fan of races like us, you’re definitely in for a sweet treat with this one. You can expect an exciting race when the Tesla Model S P100D with Ludicrous Mode takes on the Chevy Camaro ZL1 on the streets. The Tesla Model S P100D was packed into a trailer while the owner Read more about Tesla Model S P100D Takes On Chevy Camaro ZL1, Nissan GT-R & S550 Mustang GT![…]

Toyota Prius Prime & Chevy Volt Are More Secure Than Tesla Model S

The Tesla Model S may excel in its range, acceleration and tech capabilities but it looks like this model failed to impress when it comes to safety. Back in 2011, the Model S received five stars from both the NHTSA and Euro NCAP and in 2013, it managed to claim the best results in crash Read more about Toyota Prius Prime & Chevy Volt Are More Secure Than Tesla Model S[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf: Less Value Than The Bolt

It’s quite sad to see the Nissan Leaf slowly crumbling, despite being Nissan’s most successful EV. It has been reported that the sales of the electric hatch has dropped in the United States as well as in international markets. Maybe the automaker wanted to see how low can the Leaf sink in the plug-in market. Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf: Less Value Than The Bolt[…]

2017 Chevrolet Volt: Where Is The Effort?

The Chevrolet Volt is currently the top selling model in the US, among plug-in hybrids that is. In the plug-in market that also includes battery-electric vehicles, the Volt is also beaten by the Tesla Model S, when it comes to sales figures. By November 2016, the Volt recorded a total sales of 21,048 units whereas Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Volt: Where Is The Effort?[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3 Won’t Succeed Here – Like Model S & Model X

Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, revealed prior to its launch that he was positive about the 2017 Tesla Model 3. However, he probably wasn’t that positive enough to foresee the $35,000 sedan attracting over 325,000 pre-orders in just a week of its reveal. Thus, the question arises. Will the small automaker be able to keep up Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3 Won’t Succeed Here – Like Model S & Model X[…]