Donald Trump might actually reduce US emissions, however unintentionally.
Tesla announces new self-driving software and hardware suite that it says will deliver a safety level “substantially greater than that of a human driver.”
Tesla’s Elon Musk says suite of updates to Tesla’s Autopilot system, including an increased reliance on radar technology, a “threefold improvement in safety.”
Obama announces $4.5 billion in US Energy Department loan guarantees to become available for the support of a commercial-scale electric vehicle charging station buildout.
Tesla Motors has revealed the Australian price for the entry-level version of its much-hyped Model X SUV – “the safest, quickest and most capable sport utility vehicle in history.”
Elon Musk reveals part 2 of Tesla master plan, including ambition to dominate car sharing space with a fleet of customer-owned, autonomous-driving Tesla EVs.
Tesla will use $1.7 billion raised in a share offering to boost production of its mass-market Model 3 to 500,000 cars a year by 2018.
On a Q2 earnings call, Musk reports EV production glitches and more than $1 billion in battery orders.
While it may have taken awhile, the first solar-powered Tesla Supercharger is nearly ready to go online.
China might be Tesla’s biggest market, but there’s big potential to swoop into Australia just as the conventional auto industry packs up and leaves.