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Did someone order downforce?

EGT publishes two new videos and announces the series will use CHAdeMO charging.

To compare, humanity has packed more people into a Smart car.

Room for one more?

Most of the extra distance was at freeway speeds.

What are electric fumes, exactly?

The ludicrously fast Tesla Model S just got more ludicrous. The Model S P100D with Ludicrous mode has a 0-60mph time of 2.5 seconds, and it's the first EV to top 300 miles of range.

Records 2.65-second zero-to-sixty time

Officially, the Tesla Model S goes from a dead stop to 60 miles per hour in 2.8 seconds, but newer ones may be quicker.

Driver claims Tesla promoted Autopilot as self-driving technology.

The crash brings up questions about how clearly Tesla illustrates the capabilities of Autopilot.

It's definitely quick, but the record might not become officially recognized.

Tesla-Volt-kit car mutt gets smoking quarter-mile time in first trial.

And by 'too much' we mean it needed to be careful at launch.

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.

A motorist is killed while using Tesla Autopilot. In what is believed to be the first fatal accident involving Tesla's autonomous driving feature.

Senior Editor Chris McGraw recaps the week in automotive news, including a look at the first fatal crash involving Tesla's Autopilot feature, and the 2017 Porsche Panamera debut.

A Tesla Model S competed in the Pikes Peak International Hill climb for the first time this year and set the record in the Electric Production Class.

Tesla Model S owner uses his 'friend' as a stand-in.

One Tesla owner's 'summon' feature actually hits the brakes to avoid a pedestrian, but not all Autopilot features managed to do this.

Those Tesla Model S floor-mounted batteries appear to be well-sealed.

Tesla Model S owner in Kazakhstan finds out his electric sedan makes a halfway decent boat.

Using Tesla's much talked about autopilot feature to play pranks on the unsuspecting is a growing trend.

Sure, you can catch a few Zs in a Tesla. But not like this.

The question this raises: How far has he driven like this?

The German mobility company, Paravan has installed a wheelchair loading robot into Tesla Model S. Paravan is a leader its industry, developing electric wheelchairs, and other mobility solutions that help to make the world handicap accessible.

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