At the Geneva Auto Salon a few weeks ago, we were surprised to see that, unlike the previous year, Tesla had no Model X on display. The booth bunnies had no explanation to offer, but in a recent interview with Bloomberg, Elon Musk shed a little light on that topic. While demand for the Model… Read more »
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Panasonic and Tesla have updated and expanded an existing agreement under which the Japanese giant supplies automotive-grade lithium-ion battery cells to the Silicon Valley trendsetter. The new arrangement calls for Panasonic to supply nearly two billion cells over the course of four years, both for Model S and the new Model X, which is scheduled… Read more »
The latest automotive icon that Tesla is setting out to smash: side mirrors (wing mirrors to our British friends). Eagle-eyed EV watchers may have noticed that the original concept of the Model X had no mirrors, and neither does Volkswagen’s diesel hybrid spaceship, the XL1. According to John Voelcker of Green Car Reports, the rear-view… Read more »
Tesla’s exhibit here is so mobbed, it’s almost impossible to get a photo of the cars, and people are waiting in line to sit in the driver’s seats.
The company announced that it has started a long-awaited development program with Daimler to build a new Mercedes-Benz EV with a complete Tesla powertrain.
The third vehicle from EV standard-bearer Tesla introduced itself to the world Thursday at the company’s Los Angeles design studio.
Gigaom's Katie Fehrenbacher sat down with Elon Musk this afternoon to talk Model X.
Details are still top secret, but Tesla has already told us that it will have three rows of seats with room for seven passengers, and will “incorporate the functionality of a minivan with the consumer appeal of a sports-utility vehicle.”