Entries from The Torque Report tagged with 'Tesla'

Tesla Model X Delayed Again Until Q3 2015

Just a few months ago it was announced that production of the Tesla Model X crossover was being delayed until the second quarter of 2015, but now it's being delayed further. Tesla has announced that production is now delayed until the third quarter of 2015.

Porsche to Take on Tesla with Electric Mid-Size Model

Porsche is currently working on a new model that will slot in below the Panamera in Porsche's lineup and while the new model will take on rivals like the BMW 5 Series, it will also be offered in a full electric version.

Dual Motor Tesla Model S Announced, Top S P85D Packs 691-HP

Last night Tesla unveiled a new all-wheel-drive version of the Model S, which features two electric motors and will be designated by the "D" designation.

Tesla's Elon Musk Tweets the 'D' and Something Else is Coming on Oct 9

This week all the news is about everything that is being unveiled at the Paris Motor Show, but in about a week Tesla is going to debut something.

Tesla and Toyota Could Release Another Model in 2-3 Years

With the Toyota RAV4 EV set to disappear by the end of the year, what's in the future for Tesla and Toyota?

Tesla Model III to Take on the BMW 3 Series in 2017

Tesla has confirmed that its Gen III car, which was originally called the Model E, has now been renamed the Model III.

Tesla Model X Production Delayed Until the Second Quarter of 2015

Production of the Tesla Model X crossover was supposed to begin later this year, but Tesla's CEO Elon Musk has announced that production has been delayed until the second quarter of 2015.

Saleen Previews its Modified Tesla Model S

Saleen has released a few teasers of its upcoming modified version of the Tesla Model S electric sedan.

Tesla's $5 Billion Gigafactory Will Hire 6,500 Workers in the U.S.

Tesla has revealed more details about its new battery plant, dubbed the Gigafactory, which will be "world's largest battery factory" when it powers up by 2017.

Tesla Completes its West Coast Supercharger Corridor for Free Travel Between San Diego and Vancouver

Tesla has announced the completion of its Supercharger Corridor on the west coast, which is a network of Tesla Supercharger stations that enable Model S owners to travel for free between San Diego, California and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Tesla Model S with All-Wheel-Drive in the Works?

Tesla is reportedly working on a new all-wheel-drive version of the Model S sedan according to sources that spoke with The Verge.

Tesla Model S Production Now Exceeds 400 a Week

Tesla is now reportedly producing more than 400 Model S sedans a week, which is more than the automaker's initial goal according to CEO Elon Musk.

Tesla Battery Swap Stations Will Arrive by the End of the Year

By the end of the year Tesla is going to install quick-swap bays at its Supercharger stations in California, which will give drivers the ability to swap out their depleted batteries in less than the time that it takes to fill up a tank of gas.

Tesla to Reveal Model S Battery Swap Option Tomorrow

Tesla is going to unveil a new battery swapping option for the Model S.

Cheaper Tesla Sedan Will Arrive in Late 2016

Tesla is working on a new smaller electric sedan that will cost about half the price of the current Model S sedan, which starts at $62,400.

Tesla Dramatically Expands its Supercharger Network

Tesla has announced plans to dramatically expand its supercharger network, which enables Tesla Model S drivers to travel long distances, for free, indefinitely.

Tesla Pays Off its Entire DOE Loan Nine Years Early

Tesla has just announced that it has paid off the entire loan awarded to the company by the Department of Energy in 2010, nine years early.

Consumer Reports Gives the Tesla Model S a 99 Out of 100 Rating

Consumer Reports has announced that the Tesla Model S has received a rating of 99 out of 100, which means that it's has been rated higher than any other model recently tested.

Tesla Model S Tops the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf in Q1

The sales numbers have been finalized for the first quarter of this year and with that it's now being reported that the Tesla Model S outsold the Chevy Volt in Q1 in North America.

Next-Gen Tesla Roadster to Have Over 200 Mile Range and Reach 0-60 mph in Under 4 Secs

The next-generation Tesla Roadster will have a range over 400 miles and will be able to reach 0-60 mph in under four seconds.

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