The Tesla Model S Plaid is one hell of an electric vehicle. It boasts 1,020hp and does 0-97kph in under 2sec. It's basically a supercar/hypercar killer with four doors and plenty of space for both passengers and cargo.
It looked like a Martian amphibian, but really, the Leaf was always just an ordinary Japanese hatch. Easy to drive and easy to own. And of course, despite the complex, pioneering drive system, utterly reliable. Sold around the world-and built in
It was just late last year that Tesla unveiled the long-awaited range-topping Tesla Model S 'Plaid.' As a reminder, that's the electric saloon with a tri-motor, 1,100hp setup good for a 0-60mph (0-97kph) time of
Tesla fanboys...just look away. Teslas were harmed during the production of this video, and this is likely going to be too painful for you to watch. That and, well, there are a couple of zingers in here that might hurt your
Some news from the land of Tesla. Big, fast news. Specs for the range-topping Tesla Model S 'Plaid' have been confirmed, and they are wild.Plaid sits above Ludicrous in Tesla's nomenclature, and this Model S Plaid will likely sit
Courtesy of German coachbuilder Binz International
Welcome, everyone, to the Binz.E. Yup, it's a Tesla Model S that's been converted into a hearse.The work of German coachbuilder Binz International, together with UK companies Coleman Milne and Woodall Nicholson, the Binz.E is built in
A whopping 840hp, a blistering 2.2secs to get to 100kph from a standstill, and a maximum speed of 250kph. With these numbers and this styling, this thing has got to be a new retro-styled American muscle car, right?Well, it'
Elon Musk did not found Tesla. How about that? In fact, Tesla Motors Inc.-now simply Tesla Inc.-was founded on July 1, 2003 in Palo Alto, California, by American engineers and entrepreneurs Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning. Eberhard was the company'
It’s called the ‘Ludicrous PC,’ and yes, you can still drive it
American toy company Radio Flyer has been selling miniature Tesla Model S sedans for years now. In case you haven't seen them yet, these are actual drivable replicas of the popular EV with some basic functions of a car such as
Own a Tesla Model S or X 'Performance'? Well, your very fast car is about to get quicker still, thanks to an over-the-air software update the company has already started rolling out.The update not only gives the flagship Model
This is the car that turned electric power from an oddball curio into a properly desirable object. By now, the Model S's achievements are basically hard-coded into every car person's psyche. We know it can out-drag supercars. We
See how carmakers have strengthened their commitment to alternative-fuel vehicles
Arguably the world's first truly mass-market, mass-produced, purpose-built EV, the normal-looking Leaf arrived in 2010. In the last decade, Nissan has shifted almost half-a-million of the things (last year, it was the best-selling EV
It seems Elon Musk has set his sights on a ’Ring record
Hello and welcome to today's edition of 'What bonkers ideas has Tesla boss Elon Musk tweeted now?" His new wizard-wheeze is simple: "Model S on the Nürburgring next week." See?This is curious. Tesla is, let's face it,
It will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show next month
We know what you're going to say, so don't try it. You saw the headline and the pictures and immediately wanted to shout about how, because the Tesla Model S has four doors, this can't be called a shooting
Tesla's latest announcement may only be a small step for man, but it's certainly a giant leap for man's best friend.Space-obsessed CEO Elon Musk recently confirmed a 'dog mode' for all Model S, Model 3, and Model
The Unplugged S-APEX can do 0-100 quicker than Tesla’s claimed 2.5sec
The Tesla Model S is many things-fast, clever, luxurious-but exciting to look at, it's not. Enter Unplugged Performance, who's treated a Model S to a SEMA makeover via a rather striking carbon bodykit.The Unplugged S-APEX is