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Tesla has made some progress in Model 3 production ramp this week, according to CEO Elon Musk.

Musk told employees today that they have achieved a new record production capacity at a problematic part of the line and they reached the expected 500 cars per day production rate. expand full story

Feature May 20

Tesla finally released the specs and opened the orders for the long-awaited Model 3 dual motor all-wheel-drive and performance versions.

Here’s everything we know so far. expand full story

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Feature May 16

Elon Musk’s vision for the Boring Company becomes clearer as the CEO reveals that he plans on combining the startup’s hyperloop technology with SpaceX’s plan to use its latest rocket program to create a transportation system to get anywhere on earth in less than an hour. expand full story

Feature May 14

As per CEO Elon Musk’s recent comments, Tesla is expected to soon announce a project for a Gigafactory in China.

Ahead of the announcement, Tesla has registered a new company in Shanghai’s Free-Trade Zone – seemingly in preparation for this new manufacturing project. expand full story

Feature May 11

Tesla is starting international deliveries of the Model 3 with the first few deliveries in Canada this week. expand full story

Feature May 9

Tesla has released a new action-packed video, which might actually become a quarterly thing according to CEO Elon Musk.

There are few bits of footage that are especially interesting in the less-than-two-minute-long video, including a mystery car underwrap and new footage of the next-gen Roadster in action. expand full story

Feature May 8

Tesla has introduced a few minor updates to the Model S and Model X interior with a new finish option available today.

Here we take a quick look at those updates. expand full story

Feature May 5

Tesla has recently deployed several very large energy storage projects, but a new one could apparently dwarf them all.

There was an important detail that came out of Tesla’s Q1 conference call but was mostly overlooked: Elon Musk teased a potential giant 1 GWh energy storage project, which would make it the biggest in the world by a wide margin, to be announced soon. expand full story

Feature May 4

Norway’s majestic fjords have become popular tourist attractions over the years. For example, more than 300.000 cruise passenger visited Geiranger last year and as a result of it, the local air pollution has become a periodical health hazard.

Now the Norwegian Parliament has acted to halt emissions from cruise ships and ferries in the Norwegian world heritage fjords – making them zero-emission zones by 2026 where only electric ships will be able to go.

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Feature May 2

After market close today, Tesla released its financial results and shareholders letter for the first quarter 2018. As we reported in our preview post, Wall Street was expecting revenue of about $3.142 billion for the quarter and a loss of about $3.26 per share due to large capital expenditure caused by the slow start of Model 3 production.

The company delivered higher on revenue with a new record ~$3.4 billion and still had wide losses of $4.19 per share (GAAP) ($3.35 per share non-GAAP). We are updating this post with more details from the financial results and shareholders letter. expand full story

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