A number of electric-vehicle makers have succumbed to the whim of the market in recent weeks.
Porsche betting this car can help take on Tesla.
"We recommend charging your Tesla to 100% today to ensure your drive remains uninterrupted," the company told customers Tuesday.
Elon Musk says Tesla owners will soon be able to customize horn and movement sounds.
FOX Business’ Hillary Vaughn reports from the nation's first, all-electric gas station.
It’s the latest in a string of legal setbacks for the electric-car maker, and its chief executive, Elon Musk.
Elon Musk has long predicted the dangers of artificial intelligence.
The vehicle giant requested to dismiss the suit, filed by shareholder Richard Tornetta, but Vice Chancellor Joseph Slights of the Delaware Court of Chancery ruled against that bid.
Porsche said last month that its new Taycan sportscar had set a new record at the infamous German racecourse nicknamed “Green Hell,” but reports indicate that Tesla may have unofficially already set a new best time.
Sen. Barrasso wants electric vehicle owners to help pay for infrastructure.
The company behind the electric vehicles with Autopilot capability said its warning systems work and it would have been virtually impossible for a driver to sleep.
The man was sleeping in broad daylight too — Randall told NBC10 Boston that he captured the video around 3 p.m.
Dakota Randall was totally surprised by what he saw in the car next to him.
Tesla plans to open its first factory outside the U.S. this year in China.
Tesla raised the prices on several of its electric vehicles in China amidst a weakening yuan and trade tariff jumps.
Oxbow Advisors managing partner Ted Oakley and Delancey Strategies President Jared Levy give their take on Tesla amid U.S.-China trade worries.
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Tesla announced it is offering its own car insurance in the state of California and may expand beyond the state.
Tesla is launching Tesla Insurance, an insurance designed to provide Tesla owners with up to 20 percent lower rates and in some cases, as much as 30 percent.
About 679,000 cars are included in the U.S. recall, covering certain 2011 through 2018 Jettas.