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Tesla recalls EVs over touchscreen crash risk: The 134k+ cars at fault

Tesla recalls EVs over touchscreen crash risk: The 134k+ cars at fault

Tesla is recalling almost 135,000 cars, finally conceding that the touchscreen displays that dominate its dashboards have a fault that could present a real safety danger to drivers. Both the Model S sedan and the Model X SUV are impacted by the recall, which sees some of the electric vehicles' displays black out either in part or completely.

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As Tesla sales reportedly spike, the new Model S and Model X haven’t pleased everyone

As Tesla sales reportedly spike, the new Model S and Model X haven’t pleased everyone

Tesla's significant refresh of the Model S and Model X - including new styling, more powerful options, and a divisive cabin redesign - is already proving a success in terms of sales, according to a new report, though the hunt for higher values per vehicle isn't leaving everyone happy. Unveiled last week, as the electric car company announced its latest financial results, it was welcome update for two of the oldest cars in Tesla's current line-up.

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Tesla’s new ‘yoke’ steering wheel prompts NHTSA safety questions

Tesla’s new ‘yoke’ steering wheel prompts NHTSA safety questions

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), part of the US Department of Transportation, plans to speak with Tesla about the 'yoke'-style steering wheel featured in its newly updated and recently unveiled Model S sedan. In the two days since the redesign was introduced, critics have argued that the steering wheel design is unsafe.

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Tesla Roadster production pushed to 2022 – Here’s why

Tesla Roadster production pushed to 2022 – Here’s why

The Tesla Roadster isn't expected to go into production until 2022, Elon Musk has confirmed, pushing back the launch of the hotly-anticipated electric sports car. Unveiled in late 2017, the Roadster is set to epitomize Tesla's push to vanquish internal combustion's reign in performance vehicles, with a trio of electric motors and performance figures that could best pretty much any supercar out there.

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2021 Tesla Model S and Model X: Quirky features to consider

2021 Tesla Model S and Model X: Quirky features to consider

American EV maker Tesla recently unveiled the refreshed 2021 Model S sedan and Model X SUV. As you probably know by now, the trim-motor Plaid version for both models is now available to order, and both now feature a new interior with a yoke ( or half-wheel) in place of a conventional steering wheel.

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Elon Musk: New Tesla Model S will “guess” if you want park or reverse

Elon Musk: New Tesla Model S will “guess” if you want park or reverse

Tesla's Model S and Model X redesign may have thoroughly revamped the electric cars' high-tech cabins, but it's how Elon Musk is upending familiar driving controls that may prove most controversial. Unveiled on Wednesday as Tesla announced its latest financial results, the new Model S sedan and Model X SUV both add high-performance "Plaid" models to their line-ups, as well as longer range options that eventually could offer over 520 miles of driving.

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2021 Tesla Model X Plaid: Three motors, a thousand horsepower, and a yoke

2021 Tesla Model X Plaid: Three motors, a thousand horsepower, and a yoke

After unveiling the refreshed Tesla Model S, the American EV pioneer recently introduced the highly-anticipated Plaid tri-motor version of the 2021 Model X. With three electric motors, new battery modules, and a new heat pump the new Model X Plaid is the most potent version of Tesla’s falcon-winged SUV.

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This is the new Tesla Model S

This is the new Tesla Model S

Tesla has redesigned the Model S, its electric sedan, with a new interior and even more range on offer. The upgrade includes new battery modules, battery packs, and drive units, Tesla said today, complete with an entirely new interior. The automaker is also reworking its Model X SUV, it says.

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Tesla has slashed the price of its infotainment system update

Tesla has slashed the price of its infotainment system update

Tesla has announced a significant reduction in the infotainment system upgrade price for older Model S and Model X vehicles. The cost of the MCU1 to MCU2 retrofit is now priced at $1500, a 40 percent discount from its previous price. The upgrade brings a more advanced and smoother experience for the media control units inside the vehicles.

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2021 Tesla Model Y Standard Range RWD model debuts at $41,990

2021 Tesla Model Y Standard Range RWD model debuts at $41,990

We now know the reason behind the price cuts of Tesla’s Model Y last year. As it turns out, the 2021 Tesla Model Y Standard Range RWD model arrives early this year and is now available to order. The Standard Range RWD version starts at $41,990 (before incentives) and is the most affordable Model Y of the lot.

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Refreshed Tesla Model S spied cruising California streets

Refreshed Tesla Model S spied cruising California streets

Tesla has been producing its Model S electric vehicle essentially unchanged for several years now. In 2020, sales of the expensive electric vehicle slowed, resulting in a recent production shutdown as more buyers have turned to the cheaper Model 3 or Model Y EVs. A video has surfaced that shows what appears to be a refreshed Model S testing in the wild.

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Tesla offers details on Q4 2020 vehicle production and delivery

Tesla offers details on Q4 2020 vehicle production and delivery

Tesla is pushing hard to increase its sales and production capability. The automaker currently has some of the most popular electric vehicles on the market, and they also tend to be some of the most expensive. Recently, the automaker gave some details on vehicle production and delivery for Q4 2020.

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