Don't start planning for your self-driving commute anytime soon. Human drivers are still very necessary as a recent road test for five cars' driver-assistance features showed.
The vehicles, 2017 BMW 5-series with "Driving Assistant Plus," 2017
North American buyers looking for a mid-sized electric sedan donning a "T" sign, rejoice: Tesla has opened up orders for its Model 3 electric car for everyone in the U.S. and Canada.
Until now, buyers had to cash out a $1,000 fee to reserve
Tesla is finally catching up to CEO Elon Musk's promises.
The electric car maker manufactured 5,000 Model 3 cars in the last week of June, Reuters reported Sunday.
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Only about a week after the independent review publication Consumer Reports determined it couldn't recommend the all-electric Tesla Model 3 sedan, it's flipped.
On Wednesday, CR came out with an updated overview of the newest Tesla, noting it had "
Tesla's Model 3 may be slow out of the factory, but the top model will be quick on the road.
That's according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who tweeted some performance figures for the dual-motor, all-wheel-drive, performance version of the Model 3
Tesla's struggles to manufacture and deliver its affordable electric sedan look like they're ongoing, but CEO Elon Musk says he's "feeling very good about the production for the Tesla Model 3."
The company's earnings report Wednesday showed that
Tesla's implemented a Model 3 production break this week as the company struggles to meet demand, reportedly catching employees off guard.
All eyes are on Model 3 production as Tesla has been lagging behind its production goals for the sedan
Those Tesla Model 3 orders are taking awhile, but at least the electric carmaker's CEO Elon Musk is keeping customers in the loop.
Over the weekend, Musk, who is apparently sleeping at the factory as he takes over production of the behind-schedule
Tesla has lots and lots of cars to build so Elon Musk will be sleeping at his electric car factory.
That's what the Tesla CEO tweeted Monday after an Information article about his deeper involvement in Model 3 production went out.
Tesla isn't like other car makers, and you can say the same about its CEO, Elon Musk.
Namely because Musk seems rather proactive when it comes to customer suggestions, responding to a owner's Model 3 crash experience on Twitter.
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