Tesla Model 3 price and options: What to expect

The Tesla Model 3 is coming, but how much will it really cost to own the base level Model 3 with a sticker price of $35,000? Read about the options here.

by Nick Hall 4 weeks ago0 comments

Tesla Solar Roof: Everything you need to know

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DJI Goggles review – a new view of your world

by Jonathan Feist June 6, 20170 comments

Tesla Autopilot: Everything you need to know

One day we will look back on Tesla Autopilot as one of the great inventions in history. This is what you need to know about Autopilot: safety, accidents, features and more.
by Nick Hall4 weeks ago
Electric Cars

This is what Autopilot’s cameras see on Tesla Model S and X

Check out what exactly does Autopilot see with the help of cameras on board Tesla's EVs.
by Kris CarlonMay 17, 2017
Electric Cars

Tesla rolls out Automatic Emergency Braking feature to HW2 vehicles

Tesla has released an update with the Automatic Emergency Braking feature on board for vehicles equipped with Autopilot 2.0 hardware.
by Mitja RutnikApril 27, 2017
Electric Cars

Tesla sued over allegedly dangerous Autopilot features

Three men from the US are suing Tesla over the Autopilot features, claiming they are simply too dangerous to be used.
by Mitja RutnikApril 21, 2017

Watch Tesla HW2 cars park themselves with new Summon feature

This is what Summon self-parking looks like on a Tesla Autopilot 2 car. Check out the Model S park and pull out with no driver.
by Jonathan FeistApril 3, 2017
Electric Cars

New Tesla Autopilot features expected next week

Tesla’s 8.1 software update has been delayed. It is now scheduled to start rolling out next Tuesday or Wednesday (March 28-29).
by Mitja RutnikMarch 24, 2017
Electric Cars

Tesla increases Autosteer and TACC speed limits with latest update

Autosteer now works at speeds of up to 55 mph (90 km/h), while TACC has a new maximum speed of 85 mph (135 km/h).
by Mitja RutnikMarch 9, 2017
Electric Cars

HW2 Teslas to get additional Autopilot 2 features by next month

Tesla will soon roll out an Autopilot software update to its HW2 vehicles that will add autosteer at highway speeds, autopark and automatic high beams.
by Mitja RutnikFebruary 10, 2017

Tesla update increases Autopilot speed and adds warning for side collision

Tesla update rolling out, bumps Autopilot to 50 mph and adds side obstacle warning system. Just another step toward full automation by later by this year.
by Jonathan FeistFebruary 7, 2017

Tesla’s Enhanced Autopilot update rolls out to entire fleet

The update is live on a test sample of 1,000 vehicles, with the rest to follow later this week, pending reliability checks.
by Scott Adam GordonJanuary 17, 2017
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