US electric car sales jumped approximately 68% in February 2017 versus February 2016.
The Tesla Model S and Nissan LEAF clocked in as the best-selling electric cars in the world in 2016.
Good news for Tesla drivers, with CTO JB Straubel saying the company expects “10 maybe 15 year life at a minimum” from its EV batteries.
Auto industry execs must already know that Tesla is set to deliver, and is set to be a cost-competitive with gas cars.
Tesla says it doesn’t make economic sense for EVs to send electricity back to the grid, but concedes that “dynamic charging” of EVs at times convenient to the grid is coming.
Tesla responds to overwhelming demand for Model 3 by moving 2020 target to produce 500,000 vehicles a year forward to 2018.
New data shows Tesla crushed the competition in the large luxury car market in 2015.
Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple’s first electric car will hit the market in 2019.
Audi shows off Audi e-tron quattro and Audi Q7 e-tron at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Edmunds has conducted a little study of Tesla’s certified pre-owned (CPO) program and has come up with some interesting findings.