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Nearly 90,000 EVs Called In Because Of One Seatbelt Incident In Europe

Tesla will recall every Model S sedan over a seatbelt issue uncovered in a single incident in Europe. This recall includes nearly 90,000 cars.


The Most Effective Classified Ad Ever?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk asks for autonomous vehicle engineers to submit their resumes because making a better Autopilot is a "super high priority."

Car and Driver has named its 10Best list that includes some permanent favorites, triumphant returns, and a couple of surprises as well.


Start With The "Skateboard", Add A Custom Body

Luxury-car shoppers used to buy a chassis and have a coachbuilder make a custom body for it. What body would you put on the Tesla Model S chassis?


In which our friends at TechCrunch take a closer look at who's behind the secretive Faraday Future company that wants to challenge Tesla with new EVs.


No. No. No.

If you want to see what it looks like to be completely reckless in a Tesla Model S, this is the video for you.


No voice over. No host in your face. Nothing but the cars you want to see, in glorious high-definition video. Today's subject is the 2016 Tesla Model S P90D. Enjoy.


Tested For Our Technology Of The Year Award

We demonstrate Autopilot on the 2016 Tesla Model S P90D during our Tech of the Year award testing. Autopilot enables self-driving in some situations by using onboard cameras, radar and 360-degree sonar to evaluate traffic and road conditions. In our experience, Autopilot still has a few bugs to work out.


Model X Reservations Converting To Firm Orders At Higher Rate Than Model S

Tesla Motors latest earnings report show record deliveries, record losses, and great battery-powered expectations.


Weekly Recap For 10.30.15

Consumer Reports pulls its Tesla recommendation, the U.S. Copyright Office offers a ruling affecting car owners, VW gets hit hard with third-quarter losses, and lots of exciting news from Tokyo. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute Weekly Recap.


Extensive Supercharging Falsely Thought To Be The Culprit

One 2013 Model S owner's battery has issues that dropped capacity quicker than advertised.


Average Speed Was 47 MPH, But That Includes Recharging Stops

A trio of drivers went hands-free as much as possible on 2,995-mile voyage across the US in a Tesla Model S.


Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that the company's self-driving Autopilot technology has gotten regulatory approval in a bunch more countries.


Douglas Adams' Classic Tale Finds A Home In The Model S

Tesla is making an allusion to a classic piece of science fiction and helping owners with the secret of life thanks to an Easter egg in its vehicles' 7.0 software.


No surprise, but Elon Musk isn't keeping quiet following Consumer Reports damning report about the Model S' reliability.


Consumer Reports finds reliability of the Tesla Model S to be even worse than last year in the magazine's latest survey among 1,400 owners. Squeaks are a common complaint, but there are bigger issues, too.


No Software Available For Fast-Talking The Fuzz

A 'Self-driving' Model S gets busted for doing 75 in a 60 zone, Drag Times says.


Despite initial promises, Tesla is delaying the roll out of its Autopilot software to Model S cars in Asia and Europe as it waits for "regulatory approval."


Weekly Recap For 10.16.2015

Ferrari unleashes the F12 TdF, Model S owners get an exciting announcement from Tesla, and Fiat North America undergoes a leadership change. Senior editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute Weekly Recap.


Take a ride in that new-fangled Tesla Model S with software update 7.0.


Tesla's Autopilot system is about to roll out to owners, but one person is showing off the autonomous highway driving and lane changing early. It's an intriguing preview of this cutting-edge tech.

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