Tesla Motors

Tesla Received over 7,000 orders last week: Elon Musk

Tesla Received over 7,000 orders last week: Elon Musk

According to a recent disclosure by Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, the automaker received new orders for more than 7,000 electric vehicles last week. The disclosure was made by Musk in an evident effort to dismiss the notion that Tesla is witnessing a flattening demand for Model 3.

Tesla Motor’s Model S Suspension Related Issues Draws some Negative Remarks

Tesla Motor’s Model S Suspension Related Issues Draws some Negative Remarks

Tesla Motors is facing the heat over its suspension problem related issues in its Model S as the media obsession with the company turned out to be a double-edged sword.

SolarCity, is the First One to Offer Tesla Batteries to its Customers

SolarCity, is the First One to Offer Tesla Batteries to its CustomersOn Thursday, Elon Musk, unveiled his mush awaited "Powerwall" home battery and without any delay, is offering the money saving batteries already to the customers of SolarCity, who look for a backup option of power supply when there is a power outage.

Tesla brings new lithium-ion batteries

Tesla brings new lithium-ion batteriesVector has associated with Tesla in order to bring its home and business batteries to New Zealand. CEOs of both the companies were present at the Los Angeles launch of Tesla batteries, where it was said that this will lead to change the world energy market.

Tesla to upgrade Model S home wall-charger adapters after reports of overheating

Tesla to upgrade Model S home wall-charger adapters after reports of overheatingIn a Friday announcement, electric carmaker Tesla Motors' CEO Elon Musk said that home wall-charger adapters used by the owners of the company's Model S cars will soon be upgraded; a move which is prompted by reports of overheating of the adapters in garages.

Audi, Tesla sign deal with AT&T to bring “connected car” concept to their next-gen vehicles

Audi, Tesla sign deal with AT&T to bring “connected car” concept to their next-gen vehiclesIn an announcement made at the 2014 CES at Las Vegas on Tuesday, automakers Audi and Tesla revealed that their next-generation vehicles will boast the "connected car" concept, thanks to their deal with bigwig US wireless carrier AT&T.

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