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Tesla launches new Model S P100D 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds

The New Model S P100D has been upgraded with bigger 100kWh battery, with the Ludicrous speed mode enabled the all electric car will go from 0-60mph in just 2.5 seconds. Now to put this into perspective only two hyper cars in the world get to 60mph faster, the Ferrari La Ferrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder both of which are hybrids and use electric motors and batteries alongside performance...

The ASA reject Ecotricity’s Complaint about Tesla

The green energy supplier and electric super highway builder Ecotricity has its Tesla complaint rejected by the ASA. The Advertising Standards Agency received a complaint from Ecotricity regarding an advert on Tesla’s website seen on the 6th of October 2015 claiming “supercharger” and to have “the world’s fastest charging station”.

The New Tesla Model X Prices and spec released

The UK pricing has been revealed for the new Tesla all electric, all wheel drive Model X. With the gull wing style rear doors the Model X will start at a cool £71,900 for the base level 75D with no options. This gets you an extravagant looking zero emission SUV with falcon wing rear doors, five seats and a 75kWh battery with a tested range of 237 miles.

Tesla uses existing customer cars to run simulations of new Autopilot software enhancements

Over the air updates through the mobile network let Tesla improve and update the software without inconvenience to the customer A million miles of driving data is sent to Tesla every 10 Hours 780 million miles of data received so far The data is used to update and improve the Autopilot software The all electric motor company Tesla, releases new software updates for its cars all the time...

Tesla Model 3 New Car orders reach 276,000

Elon Musk Tesla founder and chief executive announced pre-orders of the electric car makers's much-anticipated Model 3 amount to 276,000. The American-based car maker revealed the new saloon car - its cheapest electric car to date – just last week. Pre-orders of the Model 3 will not necessarily all translate into actual sales when the car is released, with first deliveries in late 2017.

Customer queues for two days to order his new car, the Tesla Model 3

Andreas Stephens was the First to put down the $1500 deposit at the Sydney Tesla dealership, for a car that not been officially unveiled and is not due to be released until 2018. With very little revealed so far in specification, trim level or features but some things are due to be revealed this Friday by Tesla CEO, Elon Musk in part 1 with part two coming closer to the production start.

Tesla Delivered 50,000 cars in 2015

Tesla delivered 50,580 electric cars in 2015 and is on course to ramp up the production for 2016. Production of the new model X is on the rise and has revealed its on track to make 238 of the SUV based Model X per week.

New Auto-pilot mode for Tesla Cars

Tesla has released a new innovative software update for its cars – called Auto-Pilot Autopilot is in every Tesla vehicle that has come out of the factory since September 2014. It Costs $2,500 to purchase The cheapest price for an autopilot-ready Tesla is $72,500 The first time you get in your car and start driving, you can see the image of your Tesla in the centre of the dash.