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Report: Tesla’s entry level sedan to be called the Model E

Dutch publication DerTelegraaf reports that Tesla’s new entry-level sedan will be receiving the name, Model E. It will be introduced in less than two years and will follow in the footsteps of the current Model S, but in a package that is rumored to cost around $30,000-$35,000. It will be produced as a supposed 2017 […]

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The Tesla Model S may just be the safest car in the world

Feel like having a car crash anytime soon with plans of walking away without a scratch? Then look no further than the Tesla Model S, which may just be the safest car in the world. Tesla released a statement confirming the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s crash testing of the Model S sedan, in which […]

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Report: Tesla to produce all-wheel drive Model S by next year…?

A new report is out via TheVerge, which says that Tesla is, well, on the verge of introducing an all-wheel drive version of its very hot Model S all-electric luxury sport sedan. After speaking with “sources,” it could apparently be launched as early as 2014 as a more expensive model. But more importantly, because it […]

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Report: Tesla Motors working on a cheaper compact crossover and sedan

AutomotiveNews reports via Reuters that Tesla Motors is indeed working on a small crossover that will also share a platform with a potential new compact sedan. Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk reportedly said that we could expect the two new models to hit our dealers within “the next three to four years.” The new models will […]

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Report: Tesla’s Elon Musk hints at a more affordable model than the Model S, to cost around $40k

Word in the pipeline from Bloomberg is that Tesla Motors may be aiming to produce a more affordable model to raise the bar again for EVs. According to the report, Tesla’s great success has allowed the brand’s CEO, Elon Musk, to repay the U.S. Energy Department’s start-up loan. Resultantly, because things are going so well, […]

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Video: Tesla sets World Record for Quickest Production Electric Car with Model S Performance

Tesla walked away with a major accomplishment last week as the electric-car maker has just set the World Record for the Quickest Production Electric Car with the Model S Performance. According to DragTimes.com, the run took place this past weekend at the Palm Beach International Raceway in Florida. The final result: the Tesla Model S […]

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Tesla Model S software update introduces ‘Vehicle Sleep’ feature to help increase range

Tesla Motors announced that it will be released a new software update in the coming days, launching a bunch of updates and new features in the Model S electric-sedan. Check out more news on the Tesla Model S. New features include Vehicle Sleep, App Launcher, Release Notes and Voice Commands. With the Vehicle Sleep function, the […]

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Elon Musk: Tesla was cash flow positive last week

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk said via Twitter Monday that the electric-car maker was cash flow positive last week. Check out more news on the Tesla Model S. “Am happy to report that Tesla was narrowly cash flow positive last week,” Musk tweeted. “Continued improvement expected through year end.” The message was retweeted 500 times by […]

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Tesla Model S price jumps $2,500

As announced earlier, Tesla Motors has revealed the updated pricing for Model S electric sedan, wihch hit markets in March 2009 with a base price of $57,400 ($49,900 after federal tax credits). Check out more news on the Tesla Model S. The Tesla Model S will now see a price bump of $2,500 with a new […]

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Tesla Model S will get a price increase soon

Tesla has confirmed that it will be increasing the price on the Model S electric-sedan in the near future. The price increase will not apply to anyone with an existing reservation prior to the effective date of the increase. Check out more news on the Tesla Model S. “There will be a few ‘options package’ changes […]

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