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.


2016 Tesla Model X
2016 Tesla Model X
MSRP:
$80,000
Engine:
MPG:
101 City / 102 HWY
2016 Tesla Model S
2016 Tesla Model S
MSRP:
$70,000
Engine:
MPG:
88 City / 90 HWY
2015 Tesla Model S
2015 Tesla Model S
MSRP:
$69,900
Engine:
MPG:
94 City / 97 HWY
Regulator: Tesla crash shouldn't hinder self-driving research

NHTSA'S Rosekind: the car business "cannot wait for perfect" - people have to be "desperate" for any technology that could save lives.
Tesla boosts Superchargers to 145 kW, backs 'fastest' claim

UK group verifies Tesla's claim that its chargers supply the most power.

The information came out as part of a legal fight in the UK.
Tesla owner says Autopilot prevented pedestrian accident

Motorist reports the car came 'inches' from pedestrian but hit brakes in time.

Tesla and its Autopilot feature get a ray of good news after a rough few weeks.

For Sale

2014 Tesla Model S
$59,992 / 24,291 miles / CA
2012 Tesla Model S
$71,888 / 23,929 miles / CA
2013 Tesla Model S
$47,991 / 77,885 miles / CA
Watch this electric van outrun a Tesla and a Ferrari

Prototype sends 900 horses of all-electric power to all four wheels.

Atieva's van prototype "Edna" does 0-60 in just over 3 seconds.
Tesla Model X P90D First Drive
We finally get to test drive the Tesla Model X. Despite all the fun we had, we noticed a few bugs. These might be a problem come time for the Model 3.
Feds investigate Tesla Autopilot fatality

NHTSA is investigating the Tesla Model S and its Autopilot feature after a fatality in May.
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.