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The self-driving capability that Tesla customers have been able to pay for but not activate for two years is going on hiatus.
Ford launching 'Built Ford Proud' ads, shifts marketing focus to loyalty; Report: Tilton seeking buyers for Dura; Tesla selling $45K Model 3; Startup Rivian focusing on rugged EVs.
Tesla has started taking orders for a mid-range battery Model 3 that goes about 260 miles between charges for $45,000.
In the race for the next generation battery, lithium-ion technology has made huge leaps in recent years. But the power packs continue to have drawbacks.
Tesla's breakthrough deal to secure land for a Shanghai factory commits the electric-car maker to a multibillion-dollar investment just as the Chinese vehicle market falters.
The manufacturing analysts who spent 6,600 hours inside a warehouse north of Detroit picking apart a Model 3 have good news and bad news for Tesla.
Bill would extend EV tax credits for GM, Tesla; Tesla secures China factory site; Detroit gives Ford a break; BMW plugs big gap in lineup; Mercedes Instagram promo for A class.
Tesla's vice president of manufacturing, Gilbert Passin, has left the company, Business Insider reported, citing a source familiar with the situation.
Tesla has signed an agreement with the Shanghai government for an 212-acre plot of land to build its first overseas Gigafactory.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk will purchase company stock worth $20 million in the next open trading session, the electric carmaker said in a filing.
A federal judge approved a $40 million settlement by Tesla and CEO Elon Musk with stock regulators, resolving claims that Musk misled the public on Twitter about a plan to take the company private.
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