While officially unveiling the previously teased all-electric semi, Tesla shocked the room by all introducing their forth-coming update to their original vehicle, the Roadster.
It seems that Tesla has learned a few things about meeting deadlines. After the Model S had it’s production date pushed back repeatedly, to say nothing of the delays that plagued the Model X, Musk and Co seem to have gotten the hang of the manufacturing process.
Fisker motors CEO and namesake Henrik Fisker jumped the gun and officials unveiled the new Emotion small electric sedan. Originally intended to be announced June 30, the anxious head boss went to Twitter to announce the vehicle June 12. Continue reading “Fisker Motors Get Emo”
Tesla has announced that they’re on schedule to begin production of the Model Y crossover to by late 2019. Or maybe early 2020. With Tesla these timeframes are flexible.
The Model 3 isn’t even available yet Tesla have announced their next non-commercial vehicle, the Model Y.
That’s also pretty much all we know about it. Continue reading “Tesla Announce, er, Mention Model Y”
Elon Musk has tweeted out some new info about the upcoming Model 3, Tesla’s hoped for volume seller. Seeking to clarify some misunderstandings, the billionaire used the social media platform instead of a more traditional press conference.