A Tesla Model 3 owner driving on Autopilot crashed into a police vehicle in Connecticut and was given a summon for reckless driving after admitting that he wasn’t paying attention at the moment of the crash. expand full story
Tesla appears to have ramped up Model 3 production at Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai and official sales are expected to be imminent as Tesla started shipping out some Model 3 vehicles. expand full story
As Tesla continues its global expansion, planned operations in Israel are bearing fruit ahead of the electric automaker’s entrance into the country.
Spy photos of the Mercedes-Benz EQS flagship EV were captured this week. The images are a reminder that Daimler is moving step by step toward an entire electric lineup – while the EV world fixates on the glittering Cybertruck. The Mercedes EQS large sedan (and EQC crossover before it) are paving the way to models that roughly line up against the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y.
Hey, any Americans want a cheap Ducati? How about an electric one? There’s only one catch: It’s a Ducati electric bicycle.
It looks like Elon Musk is upgrading his Tesla daily driver. The CEO was spotted driving Tesla’s new Cybertruck electric pickup around Los Angeles. expand full story
Elon Musk confirmed the targeted timing of the release of the Tesla Cyberquad, an electric ATV designed to work with the Cybertruck, and hinted that an electric dirt bike could also be a possibility. expand full story
The Tesla Cybertruck prototype, seemingly the same unveiled last month, has been spotted in the wild in Los Angeles and the consensus is that it looks massive. expand full story
The electric scooter company Unicorn was quick to show off its flashy white electric scooter and take customers’ money for pre-orders. It was slower to deliver, and ultimately failed to do.
Tesla’s Cybertruck has been getting a lot of press and a lot of pre-orders – over a quarter million as of the last update. But until now, nobody quite knew if the monolithic piece of machinery would fit in their garage.
Today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk went to twitter to give us a little insight on the actual size of the thing, which should help fans figure out where they’re going to fit the thing.