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Tesla Motors is bringing automotive glass in house with the formation of the “glass technology group,” and the first car to receive new glass developed for solar roof tiles is to be the Model 3. More has to be revealed about the benefits of the glass other than it can contain heating elements, but clear […]

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Electric vehicles are starting to have a place at the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Making its public debut at the 2016 SEMA Show is the Unplugged Performance Tesla Model X, sporting a more aggressive design to match its performance. According to the company’s website, the Model X “upgrades work in harmony with the […]

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The latest car reliability survey from Consumer Reports sees it recommending and not recommending certain models, including some of the most popular green cars sold. Data for the broad survey of all vehicle types came from over half a million vehicles from model year 2000-2016, with some 2017s as well. “With that much information, Consumer […]

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Tesla Motors and the original supplier of the Model X’s SUV falcon wing doors have settled in court over a lawsuit filed by the electric carmaker last January. The supplier, Hoerbiger Automotive, a subsidiary of a Swiss company based in Alabama, contracted to design and develop a hydraulic system for the razzle-dazzle Model X doors […]

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A software update to Tesla’s Model X that was meant to address issues with the “falcon wing” doors may have inadvertently led to safety issues. The update was meant to adjust sensors that detect whether an object is keeping a door from closing. Owners are now concerned that the doors could cause injury after the […]

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China-backed Faraday Future has revealed few details about its future battery-electric cars, but a photo posted on Twitter may give a glimpse. The vehicle was spotted in Los Angeles by Everette Taylor, and according to Electrek, “We checked through our channels and we can confirm it’s a vehicle operated by FF,” though the site did […]

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Tesla has introduced a new two-year lease program for both the Model S and Model X. The cheapest Model S available will go for $593 a month, while the cheapest Model X will be available for $730 a month, though there are some stipulations. To obtain the cheapest monthly payment, you must get a base […]

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A report coming from the Netherlands suggests that Tesla’s Model S sedan and Model X SUV will soon have a 100-killowatt-hour battery pack. The evidence was discovered by Dutch blog Kenteken.TV on the database of RDW, the Netherlands regulator and European authority used by Tesla to approve its vehicles for European Union roads. Three new […]

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Tesla has introduced the new base-level Model X 60D which brings the price of entry down to $75,200 before incentives. The new 60D can travel 200 miles on a full charge, about 37 miles less than the previous base model, the 75D, though it also costs $9,000 less. Torque has been lowered to 325 lb-ft […]

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Last Friday. a Michigan resident said Autopilot was engaged when he crashed and rolled on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in his Tesla Model X. According to the Detroit Free Press, the accident occurred the day after the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration announced an investigation on a fatal incident involving a Tesla Model S, which was operating […]

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