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Seventeen years after the company was founded
According to an Elon Musk tweet, Tesla has just built its 1,000,000th car. The red Model Y (effectively a taller, more spacious version of the Model 3, of which deliveries are about to begin in the States) rolled off the
New wheels, brakes, and tires make up this hardware upgrade
Often frequent track days in your Tesla? You'll be wanting Elon's latest option-the Model 3 Performance 'Track Package.'At $5,500 (around P278,400) in the US, it certainly ain't cheap, but for that, you'll get new
Should the Tesla Model 3 watch out?
Boring though it is to start every electric-car story with a mention of the Tesla Model 3, it'd be neglectful to do otherwise in this case. Because like the massive-selling Tesla, this BMW is a compact sedan with superb
Even the mini version is something to behold
Size isn't everything. In a move that somewhat mirrors Tesla's viral Cybertruck-versus-Ford F-150 video from late 2019, a bunch of dudes have built a very impressive 1:2 scale version of the upcoming electric pickup and pitted
A standard 1:64 version, and a limited-edition 1:10 model
Remember Lego's version of the Tesla Cybertruck? That was a joke, of course, but these upcoming releases from Hot Wheels are most definitely not. The toy manufacturer has come up with two radio-controlled models of Tesla's electric pickup, and
Is a beef brewing?
The world of billionaires can be a petty one at times.On Valentine's Day, YouTube tech reviewer Marques Brownlee-also known as MKBHD-uploaded a 12-minute video interview with Microsoft founder Bill Gates. It's about as straightforward a conversation
We much prefer this look over Tesla’s Cybertruck
The Tesla Cybertruck might be miles ahead in terms of hype, but when it comes to looks? This is definitely superior to Elon Musk's baby. This, ladies and gentlemen, is the Badger. It's produced by the Nikola Corporation (which coincidentally
Ferrari, meanwhile, is the strongest
Independent business valuation consultancy firm Brand Finance has just released its 2020 Global 500 report of the world's most valuable and strongest brands, and this year's big winners include Tesla, Mitsubishi, Ferrari, Toyota, and Mercedes-Benz.Elon Musk's baby
Strip down a UAZ truck to its frame and weld some 2mm-thick sheet metal to it
Ever since Elon Musk first shared the Tesla Cybertruck to the world, a number of interesting renders and replicas of it have surfaced online. But as controversial and Internet-breaking as the truck's design is, it has to be said that
They were either jaw-dropping or facepalm-inducing
In 2011, Ferrari followed up its line of elegant two-door four-seater GT cars with the FF. And the world couldn't believe its eyes. A hatchback. A hatchback with four-wheel drive. A 4x4 hatchback with a V12 developing 651hp.
Two opposing forces in perfect harmony. Let’s end this tribal warfare—it’s okay to like both
If 2019 taught us anything, it's that the rise of the electric vehicle has created a car market that has never been more vibrant, diverse, or creative. The fact that the challenge of shifting four people around our planet can deliver
Number one is a bit of a surprise
Bill Gates is, apparently, the richest person in the entire global car industry.Surprising, we know, but according to Bloomberg's list of the 20 richest individuals in the business based on total wealth, the Microsoft man's $914,554,258 stake
Any chance the company ventures into public transportation?
The Tesla Cybertruck is...quite something. At worst, it's a visually dreadful attempt at ushering in an era of clean workhorses. At best? It's a bold new take on the future of pickup trucks.Regardless of what side of the
If he had to pick between that and the DeLorean, he’d choose the truck
It's certainly far from stock
Loud, isn't it? The regular Tesla Model 3 makes no traditional car noises of course, so Bulgarian modifier Vilner Garage has amped up the inside. Here, there is no 'off' button, only '11.'Welcome, then, to a "symbiosis of form and
“Guaranteed shatterproof”
Tesla's grand reveal of its Cybertruck last week triggered an onslaught of disparaging comments about the vehicle's wedge shape and supposedly-smashproof-but-not-really windows, among other things. It was a veritable free-for-all. People went ahead and
Your kids will love the speed
Yep, it's the Tesla Model X-the one with the falcon doors. It's still hard to believe they're not from a concept car, but here they are, able to open in 11 inches of space, with sensors to prevent
What do you think?
In spite of how people talked smack about Elon Musk's big reveal of the Tesla Cybertruck, there are some folks out there who liked the idea of this electric pickup. In fact, Musk claims that more than 250,000 preorders have
Is this a fair fight?
Elon Musk's reveal of the Tesla Cybertruck was...well, something.Reception of the vehicle was lukewarm at best, and detractors compared the vehicle's design to everything from a bored second grader's math-class doodle to an angry triangle. Not
Elon Musk’s newest EV is a loving ode to 1982
If you thought no car launch could be more controversial than Ford's Mustang Mach E, guess again. Tesla's enigmatic founder, Elon Musk, dropped a bombshell on the press with the launch of the Cybertruck, a retro-futuristic electric pickup truck
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