Several thousand Tesla owners have now purchased their cars by ordering and paying for them online after visiting a Tesla Store showroom. And national auto-dealer groups don't like it one bit.
The Model S is, by all accounts, an outstanding vehicle. That doesn't mean it completely lacks drawbacks. Here are a few of the little things bugging drivers.
A retired New Jersey pilot has put almost 12,000 miles on his range-extended electric Chevy Volt, using just 26.1 gallons over two years.
Later this year, Saudi Arabia is expected to approve very ambitious plans for a massive array of renewable energy projects. The first installations should be completed next year.
Toyota has canceled plans for its eQ electric car. But that's not a huge about-face: Toyota has always "taken a more conservative view of the market for battery-powered cars" than Nissan, General Motors, and other companies.
Tesla Motors will reveal not only the looks and details of the Supercharger but also its deployment plans in a webcast tonight from an event that starts at 7:30 Pacific (10:30 p.m. Eastern).
With a Buy It Now price on the eBay auction of $145,000, the seller stands to make a healthy little profit should they find a buyer.
Talk to any independent auto-repair mechanic, and you'll learn that the single most important item that keeps a shop in business is brakes. But hybrids and electric cars use their friction brakes far less aggressively than regular cars.
On Thursday, Tesla Motors said that since June 22, when it started deliveries of its 2012 Model S, it has built 50 cars. Of those, 29 are destined for customer deliveries.
Let’s make one thing clear right up front: I think the 2012 Tesla Model S is the coolest freaking car in the history of Western Civilization.
I put down my $5,000 deposit more than two years ago. I’ve chugged the …
It may not be long before electric car owners on America’s Pacific coast can drive all the way from Canada to Mexico using quick-charge stations.
Thanks to Oregon’s new ‘electric highway,’ it’s now possible to charge an electric car every …