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From its beginnings in 2003, Tesla has been committed to bringing zero-emission vehicles to a global consumer at accessible price points. And while its first roadster, which went into production in 2008, and its Model S, first shown to the public in 2009, aren’t offered at what most would term ‘affordable’, a new Model 3 has a scheduled onsale date of 2018 and will reportedly be priced at or around $35,000.

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Try it before you buy it – Tesla Autopilot Free Trial

A 14-day Enhanced Autopilot free trial program will roll out ahead of Software V9 release Tesla company is starting to roll out a 14-day free trial program for the Enhanced Autopilot. Owners who have opted out of the driver-assist system when they purchased their vehicles are the first ones to receive the invitations.

Need to know all and more about Tesla batteries – Check this video out

One of the main reasons Tesla is where it is today is because of batteries. They attacked the problem of electric vehicle range — the traditional weak point of EVs — by choosing the most energy-dense cell available and then developed the battery pack to suit its needs. Two Bit da Vinci Video description:

Watch Tesla paint gets put to the test (Video)

Erik wants to prove whether or not Tesla paint sucks Youtube/daerik/insideevs There’s definitely a whole lot of negativity surrounding just about every aspect of Tesla vehicles. Conversely, most Tesla owners absolutely love their cars, along with just about everything the company is about. Not to mention automotive reviewers are all over the

Dodge Demon Disclaimer slower then Tesla Model S?!

Dodge Demon Challenger stands no chance in a race against the Tesla Model S P100D. Moreover in advertisement, Dodge openly admits to the fact that the Demon is outdone by electric cars. This is rather hilarious. Dodge promoting their Challenger as the fastest 0-100 mph production car in the world but

Tesla rising prices of Model S & X in China

There was major increases in Tesla Model S and Model X prices It seems the trade war with China finally caught up with Tesla. For a while, it looked like the U.S. based automaker would avoid the harsh reality of increased prices, stemming from the high import tariffs imposed by the Chinese government. The same tariffs

Tesla Model 3 With White Seats

 Model 3 have a different seat design than current models  Tesla Model 3 with the new white seats installed The seats for Model 3 are from the T Sportline. It has been brought to our attention that Tesla has made changes to both the Model 3 front and rear seats. We

Check out this amazing gallery from RemetzCar – Tesla Model S Wagon

RemetzCar is a Dutch company specialized in stretching luxury cars into limousines. RemetzCar’s Tesla Model S, designed by Niels van Roij Design. This new project is for those that are living and would like to very rare Model S shooting brake. Only 20 units will be made.   Modifications

Video of Tesla Semi driving – Semi looks so futuristic

Tesla automaker has posted a new video of its Semi prototype with trailer heading across San Francisco’s Golden Gate bridge on its way to Santa Rosa. Aside from its futuristic facade, the semi looks at home on local roads and traffic. https://twitter.com/Tesla/status/1009470198896738305?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1009470198896738305&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Finsideevs.com%2Ftesla-posts-new-video-of-semi-driving%2F Acceleration 0-60 mph with 80K lbs load – 20 sec

How Tesla Autopilot works – see in the video

What exactly is Tesla’s Autopilot system "see" This is not the first time we’ve seen and shared what Tesla Autopilot cameras “see.” However, this newest video takes it to another level, with interpretations of how the technology is processing and digesting the data it receives. Additionally, the creator of this video includes some clever

Swiss police cars are going to replace with Tesla model X

Police departments in Los Angeles, Denver and Luxembourg have added Model S sedans to their fleets. The Ontario Police recently purchased a Model X, and England’s famous Scotland Yard is considering going electric. Police force is going to be "electric" Electrek reports that the police force in Basel, Switzerland has announced plans to replace