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Tesla Model S owners report discounted 75-kWh upgrade

It's still cheaper just to buy the Model S 75 instead.

Some owners are reporting a new price of $7,000 to upgrade from the Tesla Model S 60 to 75.

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Ford sticks with mediocre 100-mile Focus Electric range

Ford has a long way to go before besting the Chevrolet Bolt’s 238-mile range.

But will give the car quicker charging times.

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Tesla Ludicrous Mode now available as retrofit for Model S P90D

It still costs an extra $10,000, but they say milliseconds are money.

Did you pass on Ludicrous Mode when you ordered your P90D. You can add it now.

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Tesla tidbits: Roadster getting 'exciting' upgrade in 2014

Musk will remain CEO for 4-5 years, Superchargers open to other OEMs

It's been quite a while since we've had news about the Tesla Roadster. The original Tesla electric vehicle hasn't been sold in the US for years and we're in a quiet period before the next-generation shows its face. We were fine with the status quo – it's not like Tesla Motors isn't keeping busy with other projects in the meantime – but something that CEO Elon Musk said during the annual sh

MyFord Touch Fixed, Customers To Receive Update By Mail [VIDEO]

Ford has finally done it. After a troubled first year, MyFord Touch will get the upgrade we've all been waiting for. Ford says they have updated over 1000 screens. But is it enough?

NISMO renting GT-R engine and transmission computers in Japan

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JE Design intros Audi TT 8J body kit

JE Design has gone and messed with the Audi TT. The changes are subtle, which is good, because it's hard to improve upon the TT's form. The JE kit will surely draw mixed reviews, though we like that their kit still lets what's good about the car shine. There's new pieces for the chin spoiler in front, adding strange little vents at the leading edge of the wheel opening. We can't imagine that they actually serve any purpose – perhaps they vent heat from the foglamps? We're sure tha

Lorinser takes on the new Merc C-class

The C-class is the entry-level Benz in the North American market. As such, every nouveau riche new graduate seemingly goes out and treats themselves to a slice of flashy bourgeois pie. That can be alarming for the Euro-car fan, as you risk being lumped into that precocious category along with Johnny Overachiever from down the block. There's no denying that the Stuttgart Swabians build nice vehicles, and we've certainly considered parking one in our driveway. We wouldn't want to deny ourselves th

The Autoblog Project Garage: Big-brake install, Part III

After dedicating the last several years to the pursuit of power and handling, we're finally putting forth an effort to slow down our car. Consider this to be an indicaton of hard-earned maturity (as opposed to our receding hairlines, which are just signs of getting old).