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Tesla told us back in January that in-house it was calling its next, smaller, more affordable sedan “Gen Three,” not “Model E” as previously reported, and now CEO Elon Musk has said it will be known as Model 3. In an interview with the UK’s Auto Express, Musk laid out the rationale for a sports […]

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Tesla Motors’ fourth quarter and full-year 2013 financial news was received as overwhelmingly positive, with implications and projections for more growth ahead. Disclosure that Tesla delivered a record 6,892 Model S sedans last quarter was not actually news, as that was revealed last month in Detroit, but it did put icing on the earnings cake. […]

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Recently at the Model S launch in London, Tesla Motors Chairman and CEO Elon Musk divulged that the pending Model X SUV will be all-wheel-drive only, and cost a bit more than Model S. Previously the Model X was expected to be available in rear-wheel-drive configuration as well. Due to the more costly all-wheel-drive setup, […]

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Tesla Motors could be likened to a gifted young student who’s an overachiever, good looking, an all-round athlete – and if it bluntly challenges the establishment, its occasionally ungracious attitudes perceived may be overlooked because the kid is doing so many things right. At least that’s one interpretation given Tesla has derided the BMW i3 […]

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Tesla Motors has taken the automotive world by storm over the past year, with much positive news, but there has been a bit of wiggle room built in to its plans as the Fremont, Calif. based automaker finds its way. Under the to-be-determined file, this month Tesla registered the name “Model E” with the U.S. […]

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Tesla’s Model X crossover based on the wildly popular Model S sedan’s powertrain was due to begin production later this year, but this is being pushed back one year to late 2014. According to the LA Times, the California-based EV maker hopes to repay its $465 Energy Department loan in full by 2017 and ahead […]

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Tesla’s all-wheel drive Model X with powertrain based on the Model S has been seen before, but its interior is all-new and impressing show-goers this week in Detroit. The car on display was the handiwork of the Tesla Design Studio and is being called a preview of what to expect when this, Tesla’s next production […]

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