Consumer Reports names the Tesla Model S its “best overall” car for 2014, but that’s a mere footnote to the week the company is having.
Showing that it is now possible to cross country making use of Tesla technology alone, two separate trips highlight how far this company has come.
Model S sales were 20 percent higher in the fourth quarter than expected, Tesla says.
Whether it’s a high-end vehicle like the Tesla Model S or a peppy city car like the Fiat 500e, it’s easiest to grasp the driving advantages of an EV by experiencing the car in person.
Tesla Motors is busy spinning positive safety PR as it awaits results from a NHTSA investigation into battery fire incidents with the Model S.
Consumer Reports readers, like its editors, love the Tesla Model S so much they’ve given it some of the highest satisfaction marks ever.
Tesla co-founder Elon Musk addresses the Model S battery fire issue directly, asking the NHTSA to investigate it while also trying to put the issue in context.
Tesla Motors continues its European expansion as it arrives in the United Kingdom, opening its first London storefront and taking orders for the Model S.
Edmunds finds that in some of the country’s richest communities, which is mostly California, the Model S sells better than any other car on the market.
From a statistical point of view, the roadside blaze in the Seattle suburb of Kent shouldn’t have merited much attention, except that it was a Tesla Model S that was burning.