Tesla is facing a sudden loss of key leadership at a critical moment when new vehicles, like the Model 3 sedan and upcoming Model Y SUV, are desperately needed to help boost the electric automaker's bottom line. According to a report in Automotive News, Doug Field, Tesla's chief engineer, is taking a six-week break from the company to "recharge" and spend time with his family. While Field has technically not left Tesla — a point reinforced in this Bloomberg news update — the timing o
The company has announced that on May 12 it completed its first full-scale test.
Look for official photos in the next few months.
Finding a full charging station has frustrated many EV owners.
Tesla Motors will no longer include ‘Motors’ in their name as they become more than just an automaker company.
Despite the miss, we should see 2016 as a success for Tesla.
Plug in, charge up, and then leave, please.
Owners can get money or vehicle upgrades.
California-based electric-vehicle maker will open its second Virginia dealership near Richmond.
Numbers don't lie, but they still need to be honest.
The sixth version of Tesla's referral program started Sunday.
September's plug-in vehicle sales may have surged more than 40 percent from last year.
Pay attention, people.
No matter how you slice it, Tesla was on a roll last quarter.
"We either win in a way that is fair and right or we lose with our honor intact and accept the consequences."