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Tesla Roadster Set to go Faster Than Ever

In one of the cleverest reveals we’ve ever seen, and also one of the most surprising, those who were watching the reveal of the Tesla truck thought that’s all they would be seeing. Instead, the truck was carrying something that stole the show; that something was the new Tesla Roadster.

Tesla Semi: Impressive Performance and Cutting-Edge Style

Tesla has done it again, and the new Tesla Semi is here to take your breath away! After continuous speculation as to the details and features of the new Semi, the trucking world has stood in awe. Its performance goes beyond expectations and allows truckers to make the most of their experience. How would you feel about driving a Semi that goes faster than super-cars?

The New Tesla Roadster: 0-60 in 1.9 Seconds, 620-Mile Range

After Tesla Semi was revealed a fortnight ago, Elon Musk surprised the Tesla funs with the news that Tesla Roadster will soon be back on the roads again. Apparently, it is set to make a huge come back in 2020, and the performance this time around will be staggering. How you receive the news that will entirely be for you to decide. However, the following details show that we will be looking at a super cool vehicle.

Tesla Model 3 Supercharging Costs

Tesla recently announced that new owners would receive 400kWh of free charging per year, which is good enough to drive for about 1000 miles. However, it does not affect specific cars bought via the company's Owner Referral Program. They are still eligible for free supercharger feature for a lifetime.

Most Powerful Tesla Models Falling in Price

Tesla's Most Powerful Models Are Now Cheaper Than Ever

Tesla to Produce an Affordable Electric Car?

Electric vehicles being the standard mode of transportation may be a ways off, but it just got a little bit closer as Elon Musk confirmed recently at the D11 Conference in California that Tesla would launch in the next 3-4 years an EV in the $30,000 to $35,000 price range.

Musk’s Comments Add Fuel to Model S Criticism

As you very well may know, Elon Musk founded Tesla Motors in Silicon Valley about ten years ago. Shortly afterwards, he took on the role of CEO. In addition to that position, Musk currently serves as the electric car company’s head of product design. With that in mind, plus the fact that Musk has been known to be somewhat more vocal and opinionated than the traditional CEO, it’s no surprise that he had something to say when his latest product—the Model S—was criticized in a recent NY Times article.
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