U.S. Air Force is buying a Tesla Model X to study its ‘fully self-driving’ capability

As the only option when it comes to all-electric SUVs, Tesla’s Model x is slowly growing in popularity. Now apparently, even the U.S. Air Force wants one, but they are especially interested in its autonomous driving capability rather than the fact that it is electric. more… via U.S. Air Force is buying a Tesla Model X […]

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Tesla Model 3 is built with 50% parts from US/Canada, and 25% from Mexico – here’s why it’s important

There are 10,000 unique parts in a Tesla Model 3 and any one of them can slow down the automaker’s important production ramp up. Furthermore, the provenance of those parts has some interesting implications and we now have more details on them. more… via Tesla Model 3 is built with 50% parts from US/Canada, and 25% […]

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Tesla History: Miles of Progress

by Andrew Simpson ,Vehicle Systems Engineer. Published (on early Tesla Motors website) Thursday, May 10th, 2007. Source link   They call me “the range guy” at Tesla Motors, which is fitting since it’s my job to characterize and improve the driving range of the Tesla Roadster. This means I get to: Conduct official range testing […]

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