Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3 News

Tesla ends online sales of $35,000 Model 3, creating new hurdle for buyers

Tesla’s announcement also said it would begin leasing the Model 3, but would not offer customers the option to buy the cars after their leases expired, a departure from the typical industry practice and its own policy on other models.

Tesla Model 3 wins Consumer Reports recommendation after an over-the-air fix

The new software addressed variations in braking styles and environmental conditions, thus improving braking by almost 20 feet.


Tesla's Model 3 sedan may get a consumer reports nod after all

Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote in a series of tweets that the Consumer Reports evaluation of Model 3 differed from other reviewers’ experiences.

At $78,000, Tesla moves mass-market Model 3 beyond masses

The newest Tesla Model 3 electric car will have much more power and features. However, it will also be costing twice as much as the original

Tesla to start deliveries of dual-motor Model 3 in July, says Elon Musk

The performance Model 3 -also dual-motor and all-wheel-drive- will have a 310-mile range, and accelerate from a standstill to 60 miles per hour in 3.5 seconds. For $78,000 excluding an autopilot option, customers can push the vehicle to a top speed of 155 miles per hour, Musk said on Twitter.

California agency probing Tesla on occupational safety

Tesla Inc is being probed by a California agency for occupational safety after a report that the electric carmaker failed to disclose serious injuries at a Fremont factory.


Tesla says Model 3 production shut down temporarily

It was the second time since February that Tesla has temporarily shut down its production line for the Model 3 at its Fremont, California plant.

Tesla temporarily suspended Model 3 production in late February

Tesla chose the last week of February to stop its Model 3 production, which the company says was being used to increase automation at its Fremont assembly unit.

Tesla's Q4 losses grow on Model 3 production delays

Shortly after SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon Heavy, Elon Musk's auto company, Tesla, suffered losses worth $675 million in Q4 2017.

Tesla denies further Model 3 production issues

Tesla maintains that its Model 3 manufacturing plans are on schedule, even though reports claim that its batteries are facing production issues.