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There are some things we really like about the new Tesla Roaster. But not all is rosy with the new sportscar.


We still don't know what it'll cost.

Tesla promises lower operating costs from its electric big rig.


Off again, on again jiggity jig

Earlier this year, the idea seemed to be off the table.


Stock price is up, as Elon Musk adds to "shopping list of things he needs to spend money on."

These things, on top of the Model 3.


Board approves latest round of $40 billion.

The goal: To be No. 1 in EVs.


Elon Musk's 'Master Plan' continues to unfold.

Tesla moves beyond passenger vehicles to the electrification of freight transport.


It's launching 15 models and plans to sell 1.5 million of them per year there by 2025.

Some models are promised to have a range up to 370 miles on a charge.

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It also mentions a mysterious "driver-comfort feature" in the Tesla semi.

You almost feel bad for the poor, little guy.


This image popped up in CEO Mary Barra's presentation.

Could be a Buick, could be a bigger Bolt-based Chevy.


iX1 through iX9 could be in the works.

Don't be surprised to see more electric utes from BMW.


Elon Musk: "It can transform into a robot, fight aliens and make one hell of a latte"

"It is somewhat unclear why the company needs another major initiative ... on its already full plate."


The F1 and WEC veteran 'will be going to the race weekend without testing.'

Kobayashi will race alongside Antonio Felix da Costa in Hong Kong on Dec. 2 and 3.


Profitable, mass-produced EVs? GM is confident it can pull it off.


'Obviously this is not being valued as a car company, it's being valued on Musk.'

Shares of Tesla are up 44 percent for the year to date.


The push from Foxconn is part of preparations for a new $10 billion flat-screen factory.

"Where's the autonomous vehicle lane?"


'As I said to Elon after, I think what you heard was 'verbal government excitement.''

Musk's 'verbal' approval for Hyperloop tunnels appear to have come from White House panel on regulatory reform.


Tesla describes a 'Hotbed of Misinformation.'

It's one of a number of lawsuits regarding ignored complaints of racial harassment.


Study sees some highly counterintuitive trends in cars.

And 80 percent of cars sold will still have internal combustion engines.


Not just for cars, but for heating and industry.

The report said one in 12 cars sold in California, Germany and Japan were expected to be powered by hydrogen by 2030.