"Fastest" refers to top speed. "Quickest" refers to acceleration. They're different, and nearly everybody is getting it wrong.
This is the last Tesla article you need to read today, we swear.
Wouldn't it be awesome if these showed up again?
The Tesla Semi has a centrally-mounted driver's seat. Sound familiar?
Plus Tesla in China, Indy hates the halo, and more.
Quick-swap batteries remain the most viable way to recharge cars in a pinch. Tesla could be giving it another go.
This Model S is completely stripped out inside, meaning less weight to move around and even quicker quarter-mile times.
Jeremy Clarkson on Richard Hammond's Rimac crash and the possible brilliance of an electric Range Rover.
In order to make sure the Model S stays a step above the new Model 3 in price, Tesla is axing the cheapest Model S.
We need more electric car charging stations, and we need them yesterday.
The all-electric Aero-e will arrive by 2023, with size and performance to compare to the Tesla Model S.
How could Ford's Mark Fields compete with Elon Musk's tunnels and spaceships?
Elon Musk revealed this detail on a recent conference call with financial analysts.
When the i8 came out, everyone talked about it. Now? Not so much.
Some might miss that flat-six growl, but we're sure the power makes up for it.
Cars like the Tesla Model S deliver mountains of torque right from a stop. Here's how.
The electric car company offers a 10-percent discount for people able to convince others to interact with the brand.
Elon Musk delivered on his promise to get the Model 3 into production this summer. Now, Tesla has a lot more to build.
The Tesla CEO tweeted that the long-awaited Model 3 is entering production just after it passed "all regulatory requirements."
No, making a Tesla battery does not equal eight years of driving an internal combustion car.
The factory is expected to produce 50 gigawatt-hours of battery storage by the end of 2018.
A unique platform and a dedicated factory for an all-new model? What could possibly go wrong?