US-based rental car company Hertz on Monday said it has ordered 100,000 Tesla vehicles (worth at least $4.2 billion) by the end of 2022 as part of an ambitious plan to electrify its fleet.
Electric car maker Tesla is still facing the $2 billion lawsuit, filed against the Elon Musk-run company by hydrogen trucking startup Nikola over design patents infringement.
Electric vehicle company Tesla has managed to deliver 2,41,300 electric vehicles during the third quarter, the company has announced.
EV maker Tesla has discontinued its solar subscription service that it started offering in the US two years ago as the cheapest possible way to go solar.
Musk earlier noted that this new price point is achieved through Tesla's new battery cell and battery manufacturing effort, which could reduce battery costs by over 50 percent.
The billionaire has said a factory in India is “quite likely” if the California-based carmaker can first test the waters by importing vehicles.
According to the auto-tech website Electrek, Tesla has started pushing a new update specifically for the new Model S that includes a new version of its adaptive suspension damping.
Earlier this week, Tesla started pushing a new version of its mobile app, which is extremely important to its vehicle ownership experience, reports Electrek.
The reason for the change is unknown, but it comes as the time between ordering a new Tesla and taking delivery is significantly increasing, as per the report.
The 5.8-inch bot would be used to handle automated machines at Tesla factories, as well as some of the hardware and software that powers the Autopilot driver assistance software, Musk announced during...