Tesla Cars

Tesla is a brand of all electric vehicles founded in 2003 by Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning in San Carlos, California. The company's first product was the Tesla Roadster, which has been joined by the Model S sedan. Named for the famous inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla, the company is currently headed by its CEO and PayPal co-founder Elon Musk.


2015 Tesla Model S
2015 Tesla Model S
MSRP:
$85,000
Engine:
MPG:
95 City / 106 HWY
Tesla phases out 85-kWh Model S battery option

Larger Battery Is Now Dual Motor Only

Tesla Motors has quietly discontinued it 85-kWh battery option, along with the rear-drive P90, simplifying the possible number of configurations.
Let's Face It: Tesla's Model X was a mistake

Amazing Or Not, You Can Bet Elon Musk Regrets It

Tesla's Model X is a technological marvel that Elon Musk should be proud of, but it contradicts his core business strategy and hurts the Model 3.
Tesla fights Gov. Rick Snyder with help from conservatives

Elon Musk Has Given $250k To Republican Groups In Past 12 Years

Tesla Motors aligns with conservative political groups in Michigan to try to sway state to allow for direct-to-consumer sales.

For Sale

2012 Tesla Model S
$63,888 / 37,427 miles / CA
2014 Tesla Model S
$75,783 / 16,837 miles / CA
2013 Tesla Model S
$62,885 / 32,006 miles / CA
Tesla never promised us an actual Model 3 in March

Nature Of Reveal Remains Ambiguous

Tesla is set to debut its Model 3 in late March, but recent statements are making some wonder whether the presentation will involve an actual vehicle, or just images of the long-awaited affordable electric sedan.
The 5 Weirdest Recalls of 2015

It was a year of weird recalls and tiny repair campaigns. Now that it's nearly over, let’s look back at five of the most bizarre recalls of 2015.
Some of Tesla's Model S recall checks are pretty lo-fi

A Tesla owner demonstrates the lo-fi check for the potential front seat belt pretensioner issue in the Model S.
Every Tesla Model S is being recalled

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.