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'Smaller And Lower Cost Sedan' Still Two Years Away

Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that in order to make the lower-cost Model 3 electric sedan it needs a "fully operational" Gigafactory.


Elon Musk says that the company is handing over the first examples of the Tesla Model X at its factory in Fremont, CA, on September 29.


Model X Configurator Comes Online In Three Weeks, Deliveries In September

The Tesla Motors Q2 earnings call with financial analysts revealed a number of interesting things about the company's current operations and future plans, including the possibility of creating its own autonomous ridesharing fleet.


In Shareholder Call, Tesla Says It Delivered Record 11,532 EVs Last Quarter

Tesla issued its 2Q shareholder letter today, and said a lot of things about a lot of things. 11,532 EVs delivered last quarter, for example.


Clay Model Has Strong Design

The Tesla Model 3 may have shown some of its facial features from beneath a sheet in the design studio.


Autocar reports that Tesla plans to show its entry-level Model 3 sedan in March 2016, but not at the Geneva Motor Show. Tesla will put on its own event.


A Little Math, A Little Guessing And Things Look Quite Promising

After looking at the international market for Tesla's vehicles and buyers' passion for the brand, two auto industry analysts estimate the total, global market for the company's vehicles could currently sit at around 19 million.


Tesla claims that rumors about the delayed launch of the Model 3 are completely false. The more affordable vehicle from the EV maker is still set to go on sale in late 2017.


Tesla's CTO confirms that the upcoming Model 3 will not only include a sedan, but a crossover as well, slotting in below the upcoming Model X in the company's expanding product portfolio.


Ford could unveil a 200-mile, $30,000-ish battery electric car later this year to go properly head-to-head with the upcoming Chevy Bolt.


Even As Sales Slump In China, He Revises Forecasts Upward

Falling gas prices, production delays and weakened demand in a key market would send shudders through the CEOs of most automakers. None of those problems could dent the enthusiasm Tesla Motors CEO and co-founder Elon Musk has for a vision of an electric-car future.


While falling gas prices are cause for celebration among Americans, many of whom are seeing their budget for Christmas presents burgeon on account of the cheap fuel, it's decidedly bad news for Tesla Motors.


Tesla really is a unique automaker. Usually when a new model is confirmed, there are big press announcements touting a company's latest, greatest vehicle and everything it can do for consumers. Elon Musk's electric car company likes to do things a little differently, though. Instead, the CEO gave an interview about its long-awaited entry-level offering, the Model III, to the UK's Auto Express and confirmed the story on its Facebook page.

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