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Prices of the Model 3, S and X were all slashed by $2,000

Prices of the Model 3, S and X were all slashed by $2,000.

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Navigate on Autopilot expansions are supposed to make it possible

Navigate on Autopilot expansions are supposed to make it possible.

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The rear-facing jump seats are gone from the Model S

The rear-facing jump seats are gone from the Model S.

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The numbers are based on strong Model 3 sales

The numbers are based on strong Model 3 sales.

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Compact crossover shines with decent power, composed handling, plenty of safety tech

Compact crossover shines with decent power, composed handling, plenty of safety tech.

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It also adds software that will eventually enhance Autopilot

It will also add software that will eventually enhance Autopilot.

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All-electric crossover segment is suddenly heating up

The all-electric crossover segment is suddenly heating up.

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We'll add the Audi E-Tron Quattro and BMW iX3 when we can

We'll add the Audi E-Tron Quattro and BMW iX3 when we can.

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Play Pole Position with the steering wheel, then enjoy Camping mode

Play Pole Position with the steering wheel, then enjoy Camping mode.

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Autopilot Buddy overrides built-in safety features

Autopilot Buddy overrides built-in safety features.

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Not quite as cool as sending a Tesla Roadster to space...

Not quite as cool as sending a Tesla Roadster to space...

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It's no space shuttle, but it's still pretty impressive

Using a car to pull an airplane is nothing new. We've seen a Volkswagen Touareg V10 TDI, a Nissan Patrol and a Porsche Cayenne Turbo S all tug widebody aircraft. A few years ago, there was even a Toyota Tundra that pulled the Space Shuttle Endeavour across the 405 in Los Angeles. Now Australia's Qantas Airways has joined the fray, using the all-electric Tesla Model X P100D.

‘We are flattening the management structure’

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

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A glimpse of our terrifically slick future

Tesla just released a new video that appears to exist for no other reason than to recap Tesla. There are coupes and SUVs going fast, batteries and a gigafactory, a couple of semis, "The machine that makes the machine," and lots of shots of active, intense factory workers. There's also, at the 0:15-second mark, a tease of some new Tesla half built and half hidden under a sheet. We will assume this is the Model Y. And at the 1:05 mark we get a few seconds of the coming Roadster cockpit looking lik

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Sounds like good news for used-car buyers looking at EVs

Tesla batteries retain over 90 percent of their charging power after 160,000 miles, according to data gathered by a Dutch-Belgium Tesla owners group. According to its survey of over 350 owners, the EVs dropped about 5 percent of their capacity after 50,000 miles, but lose it at a much slower rate after that. If the trend holds, most Tesla vehicles will still have 90 percent capacity after around 300,000 km (185,000 miles), and 80 percent capacity after a whopping 800,000 km (500,000 miles).

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Agency was ‘unhappy’ with Tesla’s disclosures in an open investigation

The chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board and Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk had a "constructive conversation" on the agency's probe into a fatal crash involving a Tesla vehicle that was operating in semi-autonomous Autopilot mode, the agency said on Monday.

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"I'm back to sleeping at factory. Car biz is hell …"

Tesla will reportedly fall short of its 2,500-per-week target for production of the crucial Model 3 sedan when it reports its numbers this week, but the news isn't entirely bad.

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