Autonomous vehicles, after millions of miles on the road, have had their first fatality. The driver of a Tesla Model S whose Autopilot mode was engaged died after the car crashed into another vehicle.
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Tesla has been secretly installing 'inert' autopilot software on cars and testing out how the algorithm behaves in real-world situations. The company has accrued 780 million miles worth of data.
Tesla's high-end air filtration system is said to withstand the toughest of air quality tests. Now the results are in: Tesla can save your life in the event of an air-quality emergency.
If you use a Tesla's self-driving feature, you're 50% less likely to get into an accident according to the company's founder, Elon Musk. If true, this could pave the way for autonomous vehicles.
Tesla missed its Q1 shipping target for its current cars, the Model S and the Model X. The main cause was a shortage of parts. This episode raises doubts over whether the Model 3 won't face delays.
The Tesla Model 3 has received 276,000 reservations in three days. This sets the company up nicely to reach Elon Musk's goal of producing 500,000 Model 3 vehicles every year.
Tesla has unveiled its latest electric vehicle, the Model 3. While it has long been in the works, the new model looks familiar, but will offer value when it makes it way into dealers in 2017.
Tesla will offer the recently debuted 'Model X' with an alternative interior material that will be vegan. The EV SUV go on sale sometime in 2016 and will start at $80,000 USD.
Calling Apple's entry into the electric car market "obvious", Elon Musk argues they won't be a competitor to Tesla and the only way for electric cars to make a mark in the world is to be affordable.
In a potential threat to the traditional energy market, Tesla has partnered with a number of energy retailers in Australia to start selling its lithium-ion Powerwall product.
In an astonishingly hostile remark today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk concluded that Apple is the place for those who can't make it at Tesla, jokingly referring to it as the 'Tesla graveyard'.
Both a first in its class as an electronic vehicle and a first for Tesla, the Model X is your go-to car if you want all that Tesla goodness but a salon car just won't cut it.
After the speed bump afforded by January's Insane Mode, the Tesla Model S gets another speed bump, allowing it to reach 60mph in less than three seconds.
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'Remote S' is a new Apple Watch app that will allow Tesla Model S owners control of their vehicle. The app mimics the iOS app commands but is more convenient since it can be executed via the watch.
Elon Musk says the problem with existing batteries is that "they suck", and Tesla's new Powerwall energy platform is the solution to an inefficient power system.
After some earlier rumors surrounding Apple's car project, we now have a trustworthy report which says the company is working on an electric vehicle and is indeed looking to compete with Tesla.
A new report claims that Apple is indeed working on a car project and that the company is actually looking to compete with Tesla in some form or another: self-driving cars, EVs or simply CarPlay?
Sources close to the company claim Elop showcased two new devices codenamed 'Superman' and 'Tesla' during an internal meeting this week, signifying the debut of two new handsets is getting imminent.
Martin Eberhard, Tesla's co-founder and former CEO, allegedly feared Microsoft would make the Tesla Roadster "racist" and slow in "Project Gotham Racing," according to a former company spokesman.
With more than a month left to go, the internet has decided that Nikola Tesla had better get a museum in his honor, providing the cause with close to a million of the 1.7 million dollars needed.