Can open/close the garage door
Thanks to an over-the-air software update, Tesla's Model 3 finally got the "Summon" feature which was already available on the Model S and the Model X cars.
Asia too, UK later in 2019
Elon Musk, like President Trump, likes to surpass his press machine and post exclusive stuff on Twitter and in his last communication, he confirmed that European and Asian Tesla 3 will be on the road in the first half of 2019.
Featuring AWD with dual motors
Although he certainly hit a nerve or two during the Q1 2018 financial report call, Elon Musk has now confirmed two new, and more expensive Model 3 models, featuring AWD and dual motors, the Model 3 Performance and the Model 3 with AWD option.
Pete Bannon takes Keller's driving wheel
Now that Jim Keller left Tesla for Intel, the new chap in control of Tesla's self-driving car is former PA Semi and Apple apostate Pete Bannon.
Will out-range the Chevy Bolt using a 75kWh battery
The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX took to Twitter over the weekend to tease us about what to expect on the pending production version of the mass market, all-electric Model 3 sedan that has audiences cautiously waiting in anticipation.
Volume deliveries set for 2H 2018
Yesterday Tesla said that its mass market Model 3 sedan is now expected to start limited volume production in June and will reach volume production by September. The $35,000 vehicle is a major step for a company moving from being a small niche manufacturer to a mass market electric vehicle manufacturer.
Surfing on a non-existing car wave
It looks like AMD is on schedule to finally show all the cards about Summit Ridge, the Ryzen - Zen desktop part but we found interesting that the famous Elon Musk largely built Tesla's success on the same strategy Lisa and her team used for AMD.
Xavier is the future of all models
A few days ago, Nvidia announced that its highly anticipated Tesla model 3 comes with Nvidia Drive PX2 hardware and that the car will have all it needs for complete autonomous self-driving.
Lack of front grille was intentional choice to achieve 0.21 Cd drag
Tesla's recently announced, much more affordable Model 3 midsize sedan will not become available to the public until Q4 2017, but a critical design specification that many outlets have not mentioned so far is the vehicle's exceptional aerodynamic efficiency rating. Ales Alajbegovic, Vice President of Exa’s ground transportation applications, recently shared his opinion on the vehicle's design attributes and how they influence the car's aerodynamic performance.
Standard Autopilot, 5-star safety, 0 to 60mph in less than 6 seconds