2017 Tesla Model X Roasts Bentayga, Cayenne Turbo Easily

Despite its recurring problems, no one can deny that the 2017 Tesla Model X is a beast in many aspects. The most impressive one is its performance, or specifically how quick it is compared to its gas-driven, high-power peers. The 100kWh battery recently introduced for the Model X and Model S make for some mouthwatering Read more about 2017 Tesla Model X Roasts Bentayga, Cayenne Turbo Easily[…]

2016 Tesla Model X: Dim Future For Falcon Wings

Prior to the unveiling of the 2017 Tesla Model 3, CEO Elon Musk had said that falcon wing doors would arrive on either the compact sedan or its crossover sibling, the Tesla Model Y. It’s pretty clear now that the latter would be the one with the wings. But that could change, considering the tricky Read more about 2016 Tesla Model X: Dim Future For Falcon Wings[…]

2017 Tesla Model S: Faster Than $1.15 Million McLaren P1!

As one of the fastest cars in existence, the McLaren P1 offers 903hp and costs a fortune – $1.15 million to be exact. Paired with 723lb-ft torque, it is capable of touching 60mph from a standstill in 2.8 or 2.6 seconds. The 2017 Tesla Model S, costing nearly a tenth of the McLaren P1, is Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S: Faster Than $1.15 Million McLaren P1![…]

2017 Tesla Model S Offers Solution For Model 3 Wait

The last time Tesla announced approximately how many reservations it has for the Tesla Model 3, the number was at nearly 375,000. By now, it would surely have exceeded 400,000 pre-orders, which is a lot to handle. For other automakers, it would be a challenge, but for Tesla it appears to be a little too Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S Offers Solution For Model 3 Wait[…]

2017 Tesla Model S: Wireless Option Worth It?

Apart from the Autopilot controversy, there isn’t much to complain about the Tesla Model S. For its 2017 model, the inclusion of the Bioweapon Defense Mode add-on from the Model X as well as a 100kWh battery option is more than enough for many. But what about third-party options? What about the convenience of wireless Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S: Wireless Option Worth It?[…]

2017 Tesla Model X Awaits Threat From Porsche

Reports of other automakers planning to directly compete against the Tesla Model S should be met with doubt, as there have been too many that didn’t amount to anything more than rumors and speculation. But if there is word of Porsche taking on any Tesla vehicle, it should be taken more seriously, given that the Read more about 2017 Tesla Model X Awaits Threat From Porsche[…]

Next-Gen BMW i8 Could Offer 750hp Without Gas

It was a little disheartening to hear Porsche shoot down speculations of an all-electric Porsche 911 model, which leaves consumers with the next-gen BMW i8 as the best prospect for a zero-emissions two-door sports coupe/convertible. Folks sure wouldn’t mind not having a battery-electric 911 if what Automobile says turns out to be true. It claims Read more about Next-Gen BMW i8 Could Offer 750hp Without Gas[…]

2016 Tesla Model X: Massive Demand Worsens Price

Due to punishing import duties, it’s not easy to get a Tesla in China despite the growing demand for premium and luxury vehicles – no less in a market that’s in dire need of zero-emissions vehicles. That hasn’t stopped people from jacking up the price of the Tesla Model X even more, as sellers from Read more about 2016 Tesla Model X: Massive Demand Worsens Price[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Don’t Wait – Help Won’t Come Soon

Tesla is done surprising people with its mass market vehicles, and is moving on to the public transportation and commercial vehicles segments. In terms of offering more novel features on the Tesla Model S, Model 3, Model X, or even Model Y, the automaker has played all its cards. All the best tricks up its Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Don’t Wait – Help Won’t Come Soon[…]

2019 Tesla Model Y: Much Easier Than Model 3

This probably won’t come as a surprise to anyone, but Tesla has confirmed that the last vehicle of its ‘Model’ lineup, the Tesla Model Y compact crossover, will be the company’s next biggest priority after settling the Model 3. And by the time it is put into the pipeline, the whole process would be much Read more about 2019 Tesla Model Y: Much Easier Than Model 3[…]

2017 Tesla Model S: Please Stop Boosting Sales!

There are the mindless Tesla fanatics, and there are the Tesla apologists. There are the Tesla haters, and there are the indifferent consumers. The latter two would probably want Tesla to be knocked down a peg or two because of what they feel to be the unbearable hype surrounding the automaker. But there’s also one Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S: Please Stop Boosting Sales![…]

2018 Tesla Model Y: Better Without Model X Wings?

Besides confirming guesses that the an all-electric minibus is going to be built based on the Tesla Model X crossover, CEO Elon Musk clearly stated via Twitter that last of its consumer vehicle lineup, the Model Y, is going to be a compact crossover using the chassis of the Model 3 sedan. This comes after Read more about 2018 Tesla Model Y: Better Without Model X Wings?[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Help Won’t Arrive Soon

There’s really no more exciting features that could be added to the current Tesla vehicle lineup, which consists of the Model S, Model X, Model 3, and the upcoming Model Y. In fact, ‘less is more’ has been the new mantra for CEO Elon Musk. The best the automaker has to offer can be found Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Help Won’t Arrive Soon[…]

2017 Tesla Model S: Farewell Autopilot Tech?

The several on-road mishaps involving the semi-autonomous Tesla Autopilot are not going to deter Tesla from pushing on inexorably with its system, despite calls for it to be withdrawn by the automaker until it is entirely safe to be deployed again. There may however be some difficulty going forward for Tesla, as the supplier for Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S: Farewell Autopilot Tech?[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Given Less Priority – With Model S, Model X

Now that Tesla CEO Elon Musk has unveiled his second master plan for the company, it seems that the focus is beginning to shift away from its current offerings the same way less and less attention was paid to the Roadster as the Model S came into prominence. It wouldn’t be that bad though, as Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Given Less Priority – With Model S, Model X[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3 Brings Help For Model X

In a way, the 2017 or 2018 Tesla Model 3 could be seen as help for the larger Tesla Model S sedan, as it aims for a more simple and cost-effective construct to more easily fulfill booming demand for anything with a Tesla sticker. Recent months or even quarters have shown that the Tesla Model Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3 Brings Help For Model X[…]

2017 Aston Martin DB11: Failed Publicity Stunt

Being the latest model in a failing luxury brand’s most successful series, the 2017 Aston Martin DB11 carries a lot of weight on its shoulders. And CEO Andy Palmer is crossing his fingers, hoping that the DB11 would be the brand’s turnaround catalyst. He’s not going to sit idly by and hope for the sales Read more about 2017 Aston Martin DB11: Failed Publicity Stunt[…]

2016 Tesla Model X Gets Cheaper For Model 3

The whole fiasco regarding the sluggish production rates of the Tesla Model X at the end of last year gave the impression that there’s simply too much demand to fulfill for the electric SUV. This time, however, a cheaper base 60D model has just arrived, offering the impression that not enough people are buying the Read more about 2016 Tesla Model X Gets Cheaper For Model 3[…]

2016 Tesla Model S, Model X Ranked Worst In Study – Rightly So

Just because an automaker ranks at the bottom of a study doesn’t mean that it is doing something wrong. In fact, Tesla has proven something by coming in at last in the 2016 Pied Piper Prospect Satisfaction Index which evaluates its salespeople. Instead of getting feedback from Tesla customers or prospective customers, the study rates Read more about 2016 Tesla Model S, Model X Ranked Worst In Study – Rightly So[…]

2016 Tesla Model X Outsells Chevy Volt At Last!

Although the numbers posted are merely estimates, the 2016 Tesla Model X has outsold the high-flying Chevrolet Volt for the first time ever in June, according to InsideEVs. With 2,145 units sold, the crossover also continues to outsell the Nissan Leaf (1,096 units) and is second-best selling plug-in electric for the month after the Model Read more about 2016 Tesla Model X Outsells Chevy Volt At Last![…]