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.
Tesla’s Model S has infatuated the world, taking the electric car mainstream. TheStreet’s Chris Ciaccia gives his thoughts.
Renewable energy editor Pete Danko gets a taste of Model S power as the Tesla Supercharger network reaches Oregon.
Tesla Motors scores what’s said to be the best safety record ever awarded from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for its Model S electric sedan.
Tesla Motors unveils battery swap technology for its Model S which takes about 90 seconds to complete at one of its special stations.
An author hits the electric highway in a Tesla Model S, trying out smoke-free driving from Washington through New England and back.
Consumer Reports gives the Tesla Model S a score of 99 out of 100, making it one of the lightest rated cars ever reviewed by the consumer group.
Tesla Motors has added some new financing terms to the Model S as well as unveiling a special performance package that should eek out a few more miles of range.
In the Times-Tesla tussle, Elon Musk and Tesla Nation showed how powerless even big media are in the modern era when met by passion and data.
Green Car Reports talks about Tesla Motors’ new program letting you trade in a Roadster in exchange for a discount on a brand new 2012 Tesla Model S.