This is the last Tesla article you need to read today, we swear.
The all-electric Aero-e will arrive by 2023, with size and performance to compare to the Tesla Model S.
Cars like the Tesla Model S deliver mountains of torque right from a stop. Here's how.
Elon Musk delivered on his promise to get the Model 3 into production this summer. Now, Tesla has a lot more to build.
The recall affects vehicles built between February and October 2016.
Pulling up next to a Model S P100D at the drag strip? Better hope its battery is below 10 percent.
After nine runs on an all-wheel-drive dyno, this P100D with Ludicrous Mode put down 588 horses at the wheels.
With more moving parts, the Challenger Hellcat has a lot more potential failure points. Like the driveshaft it broke on launch.
Power is only part of the equation. The Tesla's outrageous acceleration comes down to a ludicrous amount of grip.
Sooner or later, it's bound to happen.
Your brand-new Tesla is missing some self-driving features that were available last year, but that's promised to change.
It doesn't have the outrageous acceleration of the Performance models, but it's got the best range of any production electric car.
Oh, it also does 0-100 in 6.2 seconds. Wild.
The latest over-the-air update seems to be aimed at stealing back the acceleration crown from Faraday Future.
A very, very big one.