Tesla

  • Here are 14 actual pictures of Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3

    Here are 14 actual pictures of Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3

    Good photos of Tesla’s shiny new Model 3 might be hard to come by right now, thanks to some peculiar rules at tonight’s unveiling. So, well, here: 14 actual photos of the actual car, as taken by myself and a few colleagues who were there. Read More

  • New Model 3 will extend Tesla’s reach into India, Brazil and other global markets

    New Model 3 will extend Tesla’s reach into India, Brazil and other global markets

    Tesla finally unveiled its Model 3 today. The $1,500 car drew a staggering 115,000 orders — $115 million in deposits and $4 billion in potential sales — before it had even been unveiled, but another interesting point to note is that it will be Tesla’s first to be sold in India, Brazil and other international markets. Read More

  • This is Tesla’s Model 3

    This is Tesla’s Model 3

    And there it is. After years of speculation, the Tesla Model 3 has been unveiled. We’re live in Hawthorne, CA, where the company has just shown the car for the very first time. Here’s what we know so far: Deliveries will begin at the end of next year, and start at $35,000 for the base model. Base model will do 0-60 in under 6 seconds, with versions that go “much, much… Read More

  • Tesla will unveil the more affordable Model 3 tonight. Here’s where to watch.

    Tesla will unveil the more affordable Model 3 tonight. Here’s where to watch.

    After years of rumors, Tesla will unveil the Model 3 tonight. At a target price of $35,000 before incentives, the Model 3 is meant to be Tesla’s first car affordable by those of us (read: most of us) who can’t drop $70-$100k on a Model S or $80-$130k for a Model X. Besides the price target, there’s not much else we know. Tonight that changes, and they’re streaming it… Read More

  • Tesla is now offering Ludicrous Mode upgrades for older P90D models because why not

    Tesla is now offering Ludicrous Mode upgrades for older P90D models because why not

    Want to make your P90D about 20 percent faster? Sure, no worries. Tesla is now allowing P90D buyers who skipped the insane Ludicrous Mode upgrade at the time of purchase to add it to their vehicle for $10,000. The company claims the upgrades will drop the car’s quarter mile time to 10.9 seconds and 0-60 time to 2.8 seconds. For, you know, those times you’re late to your… Read More

  • For $499, You Can Buy Your Kids A Little Tesla Model S From Radio Flyer

    For $499, You Can Buy Your Kids A Little Tesla Model S From Radio Flyer

    Tesla and Radio Flyer — yep, the company best known for the little red wagon that parents all over the U.S. use to drag their kids around their neighborhoods — are about to launch a little electric Model S for kids.
    The $499 Model S for Kids is now available for pre-order and is scheduled to ship in May. Like any good Tesla, the Model S for Kids is obviously powered by batteries. Read More

  • 11 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    11 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    This week, Twitter rolled out its new algorithmic timeline, Tesla confirmed the price of its next car, Zenefits CEO Parker Conrad exited the company and on the science front, gravitational waves were detected in space. TechCrunch held the 9th Annual Crunchies awards show, which you can watch in full here. Or, you can just read about the winners. These are the top tech stories of the week to… Read More

  • Tesla Will Unveil Its $35,000 Model 3 On March 31st

    Tesla Will Unveil Its $35,000 Model 3 On March 31st

    We’re just about an hour away from Tesla’s quarterly earnings calls, but the news is already starting to trickle out. The biggest detail so far: you know the Model 3? Tesla’s more affordable car, meant to bring their entry-level line down to roughly $35,000? We’re finally going to see what it looks like, and hopefully a bit about just what it can do, on March 31st. News… Read More

  • 11 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    11 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

    This week, Alphabet surpassed Apple as the most valuable public company in the world, China released HD true-color photos of the moon, and IBM made three acquisitions. Here are the stories to catch you up on this week’s tech news. Read More

  • Don’t Mess With Musk

    Don’t Mess With Musk

    Earlier today, longtime Bay Area venture capitalist Stewart Alsop posted something fairly unexpected to Medium. In a letter to Tesla CEO Elon Musk titled “Banned by Tesla,” Alsop wrote of his surprise that Tesla would cancel the Model X he’d ordered and that Alsop has been eagerly awaiting. (Alsop says in the post it was to be red, with black leather seats and… Read More

  • Luxe Is Partnering With Tesla, Will Charge Cars As It Valet Parks Them

    Luxe Is Partnering With Tesla, Will Charge Cars As It Valet Parks Them

    Looks like Luxe, the on-demand valet parking app, is adding a new partner to expand the services it offers alongside parking, potentially picking up more high-worth customers in the process. The company appears to be working with Tesla to offer car charging and other services for Tesla vehicles when drivers book parking through the app. From what we understand, this is just stage. Later… Read More

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