Tesla shared a video of the most powerful Model S yet, the Plaid, ripping around the famed Northern California track in just over 90 seconds.
Traders continue to reject Nikola stock following the departure of its founder Trevor Milton, with shares in the electric vehicle rogue now trading 80% below its record high set in June. Nikola stock opened Thursday trade at $18.10, down 47% since Milton’s resignation just four days ago. In terms of market value, traders reckon Nikola is now worth just $6.91 billion — one-fifth of what it was at its peak. Tesla, the original EV company named after the famed inventor, is also struggling to maintain value. The Elon Musk-led carmaker has shed more than $126 billion from its market cap since its record… This story continues at The Next Web
Elon Musk wants his money back, Volvo, Ford, Mercedes also pile in Tesla has sued the US government, seeking to not only end what it described as President Trump's "unlawful" tariffs on Chinese-made components but also a refund on all duties paid – plus interest.…
Tesla’s network experienced several hours of downtime today, forcing the electric car company’s app offline and limiting functionality. The glitch, which Tesla is yet to comment on, came just hours after the automaker’s Battery Day event during which CEO Elon Musk discussed the potential for a $25,000 car. That, Musk said at the time, would require a number of advances, … Continue reading
Tesla’s big “battery day” event, explained.
Elon Musk and Friends presented a blizzard of news at Tesla Battery Day. Here's a quick roundup of what matters most.
This so-called "Biscuit Tin" cell could be a game changer, but we'll have to wait awhile.
Potentially huge changes in how Tesla's batteries are built have CEO Elon Musk "confident" that a $25,000 "self-driving" Tesla is just around the corner.
Investors heard what CEO Elon Musk had to say, but it didn't translate into a stock bounce.
Tesla rolled out new tech but not a lot of hard details other than promises, plus more tech news today!
Tesla‘s Battery Day is one of the most anticipated days in the yearly calendar of electric vehicle fans, tech investors, and Musketeers. This year’s event was supposed to be in July, but after a number of delays and vague rescheduling it happened yesterday, and it feels like a bit of a damp squib. On a shareholder earnings call in January Musk urged the public to “wait until Battery Day” to have their minds “blown.” However, on Battery Day Eve, Musk tempered expectations with a series of tweets that suggested nothing big was really coming until 2022. Important note about Tesla… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Tesla
Tesla founder Elon Musk announced he plans to build a cheaper car priced around $25,000 but signalled this would be available at the earliest in 2022.
Tesla has posted a couple of videos showing its new Model S Plaid car humming around the Laguna Seca Raceway at high speed.
Reducing the cost of electric vehicles is all about a cheaper battery. Tesla outlined a plan that includes making more of the components itself.