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The review on the car itself was fairly balanced,I felt. But The cultists are gonna be mad on the blasphemy against Electric Jesus.
“PALO ALTO, CA—Boasting that drivers and critics alike would be awed by the car’s pyrotechnic performance, Elon Musk announced Tuesday that every new Tesla Model 3 sold would be capable of going from zero to engulfed in flames in just 3.5 seconds. “The Model 3 is the most efficient, fastest-burning passenger car…
The owner previously competed using a Volt. He is excited for today.
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Tesla fires hundreds after completing performance reviews. That should help get the Model 3 back on schedule.
It’s a Tesla Model 3, in the wild in San Francisco. H/T to my coworker Michael Barnard who snapped these pics.
Sucks it has red rear indicators. I was hoping for amber.
This video is portrait. I don’t know what they were thinking. You have been warned.
Has anyone seen this? Can anyone confirm? Apparently there is a Model 3 driving around in California.
The lack of a grill was received with mixed reviews so I thought, “What would I do to address this concern?”
There has been much misinformation floating around about the Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicle Credit, U.S. Code § 30D - how it works, how the credit is applied, who qualifies, the amount, the phase out period, and so on. Before reading my explanation, if you want, you can read the IRS explanation here and the law itself …
I think Tesla is being intentionally subversive with the front end design. There are better ways to design a car without a prominent front grille, but the Model 3 actually has a very visible design element around the bumper that denotes where the grille should be. I think Tesla actively wants everyone who glances at a…
I’ve never really waited in line to preorder anything, much less a $35,000+ car. Why did the Tesla have me before I even saw it? Well, for starters, the reservation deposit is completely refundable. If Tesla screwed it up, I could call the store back and cancel.
When I first read that the Model X would go into production with these doors I thought it was possibly the single stupidest corporate decision since "New Coke".
Tesla is planning a so-called Gigafactory, an enormous battery plant to supply the company's upcoming high-volume Model 3. California wants that factory bad, offering to waive its environmental regulations to win it. That's bad news—for Tesla, for California, for you and me, and for the future of electric cars.