Tesla Model x

  • Tesla’s new Model S P100D adds range and cranks Ludicrous Mode up a notch

    Tesla’s new Model S P100D adds range and cranks Ludicrous Mode up a notch

    Tesla has a new, larger battery option for the Model S and Model X line of electric vehicles, which includes an improved Ludicrous Mode that boasts a 2.5 second 0-60 mph time on the Model S, which is 0.1 second faster than the Model S’s previous max, and only 0.2 seconds off one of the fastest accelerating production cars available. The 100kWh battery option isn’t just for speed… Read More

  • Autopilot in Tesla Model X helps driver get safely to a hospital

    Autopilot in Tesla Model X helps driver get safely to a hospital

    A Missouri man might not have made it safely to the hospital without the aid of his Tesla Model X’s self-driving features (via Slate). Joshua Neally, the 37-year old Model X owner, was on the way home from his law firm after work when he was struck by a pulmonary embolism. Neally allowed the Autopilot system to take over for 20 miles of highway driving, which brought the vehicle and… Read More

  • Green Commuter gets you to work in Tesla Model X

    Green Commuter gets you to work in Tesla Model X

    A vanpool is like a carpool, but a van can take more people to work in one trip. It is also significantly less cool-looking. But vanpoolers in Los Angeles need no longer worry about the potential for being uncool during the ride to work: Green Commuter has launched in the city with a fleet of all-electric, zero-emissions Tesla Model X SUVs. Green Commuter is a cross between a vanpool and… Read More

  • Tesla introduces a more affordable Model X

    Tesla introduces a more affordable Model X

    Tesla is doing its part to slash the sticker prices on its vehicles. On Wednesday, the electric-vehicle automaker introduced its Model X 60D, which carries a starting price tag of $64,500 (after incentives), compared to the original Model X’s $80,000 starting price. We guess that’s more affordable to Tesla…sigh. According to Tesla’s website, the Model X 60D has a… Read More

  • Another crashed Tesla was allegedly in Autopilot mode

    Another crashed Tesla was allegedly in Autopilot mode

    Tesla’s Autopilot feature might be a bigger problem than the company realizes. A Detroit art gallery owner informed police that he had his 2016 Tesla Model X in Autopilot mode when it crashed and rolled over on the Pennsylvania Turnpike last Friday, as reported by the Detroit Free Press on Wednesday morning. Read More

  • Tesla Model X owners finding car doors won’t shut, windows won’t close

    Tesla Model X owners finding car doors won’t shut, windows won’t close

    Earlier this month, Tesla Motors recalled 2,700 Model X cars to fix a third-row seat latch that could allow the seat to fold forward during a collision. But owners of the $138,000 sport utility vehicle — whose many features include falcon-wing doors, a 200-plus-mile battery range and proximity sensors that prevent it from coming into contact with other cars — are being… Read More

  • Reserved Tesla’s Top-Line Model X SUV? You Can Start Customizing It Now

    Reserved Tesla’s Top-Line Model X SUV? You Can Start Customizing It Now

    If you reserved a “Signature Series” Model X,  the $132,000 version of Tesla’s new crossover SUV, you can start modifying it to your heart’s delight. Earlier today, the company began opening up the ordering process, enabling early adopters to pick out their interior and exterior colors, and to throw all kinds of add-ons into their respective shopping carts, including… Read More

  • BMW Vs. Tesla: A Real Live Innovator’s Dilemma Crunch Network

    BMW Vs. Tesla: A Real Live Innovator’s Dilemma

    Elon Musk has defined the standard for a future mass-produced electric car – it must cost around $40,000, have a range of 200 miles, and be comparable to a BMW 3 series. BMW is now delivering its new i3 to the US market in accessible volumes. There are lots of great lessons for entrepreneurs to learn from watching the BMW versus Tesla battle. Read More

  • Tesla Unveils The Model X, An Electric CUV With Futuristic Gullwing-like Doors

    Tesla Unveils The Model X, An Electric CUV With Futuristic Gullwing-like Doors

    Tesla Motors’ family is growing. The company just unveiled its first crossover, the Model X. Like the Roadster and Model S, the Model X is a purely electric vehicle, built on the same platform as the Model S. Tesla says pricing will be similar to that of the Model S, making the base model around $50k after tax credits. But, if all the available options are checked including the… Read More