From the Cybertruck to the Semi, Roadster and Gigafactory, if Tesla's grand developments unfold as promised, 2021 should be a huge year for Team Musk.
Frank Stephenson, who designed cars for BMW, McLaren, and Ferrari, thinks that soon the Cybertruck will feel as dated as early 3D graphics.
In a move first popularized by the Tesla Cybertruck, Lordstown Motors wanted to show what its electric truck can do, too.
A whole host of electric pickup trucks are set to flood the market, and if all goes to plan, they'll change how we think about optional features.
GMC's new Hummer looks like a formidable all-electric beast. Here's how its specs stack up vs. the Tesla Cybertruck, Bollinger S2 and Rivian R1T.
When Tesla first unveiled its all-electric pickup called the Cybertruck, the design was polarizing, to say the least. The pickup has a body made of stainless steel and is highly angular and strange looking compared to any other vehicle on the market. Some people loved the design; others hated it. Tesla recently had a Q3 2020 earnings call, and during … Continue reading
Tesla's Cybertruck, GM's $113,000 Hummer, Ford's (e)F-150—then there are the startups.
Tesla has the Cybertruck, GM a $113,000 Hummer, and Ford an electric F-150. And then there are the startups.
Hummer's electric pickup packs 1,000 horsepower, removable roof panels, four-wheel steering with CrabWalk mode and standard Super Cruise tech.
The Hummer has returned as an electric vehicle, but now it has some new competition. This is how GMC's Hummer EV compares to Tesla's Cybertruck.
Tesla also made battery leaps, there's Full Self-Driving news and more.
Battery pack aside, these trucks are very different. Here's how the Tesla Cybertruck and Rivian R1T compare.
The company's Q3 report exceeded analysts' expectations, but its stock still fell about 3 percent in Friday morning trading.
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Elon Musk and Friends presented a blizzard of news at Tesla Battery Day. Here's a quick roundup of what matters most.
Here's a look back at everything CEO Elon Musk announced during Tesla's Battery Day event Tuesday.
Musk says Tesla has so many Cybertruck preorders he stopped counting. He also hints at a smaller derivative that may be "kinda like a tight Wolverine package."
CEO Elon Musk cautioned in a tweet on Monday that the developments announced later Tuesday wont reach high-volume production until 2022.
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Tesla plans to build in a new cathode plant for its batteries in North America, to help reduce supply chain costs and simplify cathode production, CEO Elon Musk said today at the company’s battery event. The current process is not efficient, Musk said, and it’s making improvements to the process that will make cathodes 76 percent cheaper, and produce zero wastewater. The new process will eliminate many of the intermediate steps involved in cathode production, and it plans to diversify the cathodes it uses, because of low nickel supply. Musk didn’t get into specifics of where and when the new plant would be built, but he said at the start of his presentation that he wanted a Gigafactory on every continent. The company said in July it was... Continue reading…
When it comes to Musk's cars, some got destroyed, while others inspired certain design elements in the cars Tesla makes today.