2018 Tesla Model Y: Learn From Model X Failures

Aside from the Model 3, Tesla is also slated to release a compact crossover derived from the same platform, called the Model Y. This model is said to be far cheaper than Tesla’s existing products. The Model 3 will most likely be around $37,000 while the Model Y is said to be a little more Read more about 2018 Tesla Model Y: Learn From Model X Failures[…]

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[…]

All-Electric 2018 Mercedes GLC Readied For Model Y

There are many automakers that have made statements of intent to challenge Tesla with their own long-range or high-performance all-electric vehicles, but very few have actually demonstrated that they have the wherewithal to take on the Palo Alto EV producer. Besides Porsche, Mercedes may have a card to play – and no, it isn’t a Read more about All-Electric 2018 Mercedes GLC Readied For Model Y[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Being Told To Ditch China

It has become quite apparent that the 2017 Tesla Model 3 may be the first stretch goal that Tesla could actually achieve. If the Gigafactory in Nevada is up and running without issues by late next year, supply of the compact sedan could truly meet demand. Following the Nevada plant would be another ’50 billion Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Being Told To Ditch China[…]

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[…]

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 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[…]

Tesla Model Y May Not Follow After Model 3 For 2018

Prior to the release of the Tesla Model 3 there were rumors of Tesla preparing to introduce a crossover variant of the electric compact sedan, but it proved to be wishful thinking as only one vehicle showed up on March 31. Well, the idea of another Model 3 is not dead, because CEO Elon Musk Read more about Tesla Model Y May Not Follow After Model 3 For 2018[…]

2016 Tesla Model X: Complex Build Causes Stumble

Doubts have surfaced on whether Tesla can make good on its promise to deliver an affordable performance EV to the mass market even after said vehicle has materialized in front of everyone’s eyes albeit as a ‘Phase 1’ prototype. That’s understandable considering the 2017 Tesla Model 3 has accumulated more than 300,000 orders in a Read more about 2016 Tesla Model X: Complex Build Causes Stumble[…]

2016 Tesla Model X: Falcon Wings – Sequel Or Never Again?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk admitted that the 2016 Tesla Model X was perhaps a bit too overdone, coming with layered panoramic windscreen, HEPA-grade air filtration, falcon wing doors and other unnecessary components. As a result of its complicated build the all-electric crossover posed production issues; the rate in which it was being churned out at Read more about 2016 Tesla Model X: Falcon Wings – Sequel Or Never Again?[…]

2016 Volvo XC90: Smaller BMW X1, Tesla Model Y Rival Up Next

Few expected Volvo, after being handed over to Geely by Ford, would make such a turnaround with just one SUV. The 2016 Volvo XC90 is set for its first full year and will be accompanied by the S90 sedan for half of it. At this point Volvo is working on replacing its lineup with new Read more about 2016 Volvo XC90: Smaller BMW X1, Tesla Model Y Rival Up Next[…]

2016 Tesla Model X: Model Y Couldn’t Come Sooner

The hype surrounding Tesla won’t be dying down anytime soon. For a company with only three vehicles out on the roads, Tesla is making plenty of waves. The one making the biggest wave isn’t even out there yet, and it’s the Tesla Model 3. But as important as the car is to those with tight Read more about 2016 Tesla Model X: Model Y Couldn’t Come Sooner[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Falcon Wings Maybe?

Word has it that the 2017 Tesla Model 3 could take on a crucial component from the Model X by gearing up with a pair of falcon wing doors. How Tesla is going to figure out costing while providing this feature would be a big question mark, but the possibility of it is still quite Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Falcon Wings Maybe?[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3 Could Be Platform-Mates With Model Y

The puzzle pieces in Tesla’s plans to spell out S3XY in its vehicle lineup are starting to fit and add up. While it took quite a number of years for the Model S and Model X to bear fruit, we’re crossing our fingers in hopes that it wouldn’t take so long for the Model 3 Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3 Could Be Platform-Mates With Model Y[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Growing Model X Wings?

The premiere of the 2017 Tesla Model 3 makes its in March isn’t going to grab our attention with its $35,000 price tag. There is word that the Model 3 could take on an important piece of design from the Model X by growing a pair of sensitive falcon wing doors. The Model 3 isn’t Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Growing Model X Wings?[…]

2016 Tesla Model S: Here’s To Another Record-Breaking Year!

The initial goal from Tesla at the end of 2014 was to have a 70 percent increase of year-on-year vehicle deliveries in 2015. Due to hiccups in production, expectations were lowered but it seems like it wasn’t so bad as the automaker eventually managed to touch a 60 percent year-on-year delivery increase. This was mostly Read more about 2016 Tesla Model S: Here’s To Another Record-Breaking Year![…]