The top comments pretty much sum it up:
Apparently, everyone at Tesla overlooked the fact that just one of the Model 3’s interior door panels was brown. Although it’s said that these cars go through a number of checks before leaving the factory, not to mention the process once they move to a delivery center, the issue remained unnoticed. This Pearl White…
The review on the car itself was fairly balanced,I felt. But The cultists are gonna be mad on the blasphemy against Electric Jesus.
I’ve never seen higher than 32 psi on a tire pressure tag. Are newer cars running higher pressures for better fuel economy? Is this a common thing for low profile tires? What are your experiences?
I rarely laugh at any article titles, but this one gave me a pretty good laugh.
All because CNBC chose to publish a little exposé re: former and current employees talking about production delays. It’s actually pretty salacious. Link after the jump.
Answer Doug’s question
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.
How about you guys try on a liftback for the Model 3?
Take a look below at some guy bringing his Tesla Roadster to a local autocross event. With the Models 3/X/S making all of the headlines, this guy still keeps the Roadster model alive and well with some fairly-decent driving.
I love seeing an American car company that is innovating and moving the automotive world forward. Tesla is making some world beating products and I think it's pushing the world into hopefully a greener future.
You know it’s true.
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.