2 On Your Side: Some Owners Say Tesla Model X Needs Too Many Repairs For Six-Figure PriceIn a 2016 review, Consumer Reports called the Model X "fast and flawed", and last fall named it one of the least reliable cars on the road.
Model 3 Finally Arrives In Tesla’s Century City ShowroomOver 400,000 people have already paid refundable $1,000 deposits to buy the Model 3, while production has been plagued with issues.
Anheuser-Busch Orders 40 Tesla Semi TrucksYour beer could soon be delivered in a Tesla.
Tesla Roadster To Be Launched Into Mars' Orbit On New SpaceX Rocket, Elon Musk SaysIn January, Musk says, he wants to launch the new Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral, with the aim of putting its payload -- a Tesla Roadster with David Bowie on the stereo -- into orbit around Mars.
Tesla Unveils Groundbreaking Electric Big Rig In HawthorneThe semi-truck is capable of traveling 500 miles on an electric charge even with an 800,000 pound load.
Tesla Unveils Prototype Of Electric Big Rig TruckTesla unveiled a prototype of its electric big rig at its Hawthorne headquarters Thursday night, after several delays.
Mainstream Model 3 Holds Promise And Peril For TeslaThe electric car company's newest vehicle was delivered to its first 30 customers — all Tesla employees — Friday evening.
Elon Musk Provides Sneak Peek Of Elevator For Underground Tunnel ProjectHe showed video of a Tesla being lowered into the ground outside SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne.
Tesla Provides First Look At Cheaper Model 3 SedanElectric automaker Tesla has produced its first Model 3 sedan, a highly anticipated car because it carries a relatively low sticker price.
Tesla To Sell Solar Roof Tiles That Can Power A HomeThe glass tiles are designed to look like a traditional roof that replicate slate or terracotta tiles.
Groundbreaking: Elon Musk Reveals More On LA Underground Tunnel PlanHis plan includes platforms that act like elevators carrying the cars to an underground series of tunnels.
Self-Driving Cars Improve Performance In California Road Test, Data ShowSelf-driving car prototypes appear to be getting better at negotiating California streets and highways.

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