Tesla Model X

  • Tesla Model X

    Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] has released a bundle of information about its future plans in a letter to shareholders outlining its second quarter financial results. In the letter, CEO Elon Musk revealed that production of the Model S reached a new record of 12,807 cars, and that deliveries for the quarter also reached a new record of 11,532 cars. This makes the Model S the most popular electric car in the country at present. It wasn’t all good news, however. Musk said Tesla may miss its previous prediction of delivering 55,000 cars this year, suggesting that the final figure may be around...

  • Tesla Model X testing on California road, Mar 2015  [Twitter: ModelXnews]
    Tesla Model X Will Get Ludicrous Speed, Could Be World's Quickest SUV

    The Tesla Models S just keeps getting better. With the Ludicrous high-performance mode option, announced late this past week, the Model S will go a step beyond the Insane mode currently offered. As such, the electric sedan to launch from zero to 60 in just 2.8 seconds and blast through the quarter...

  • Tesla Model X testing on California road, Mar 2015  [Twitter: ModelXnews]
    Tesla Model X Anticipated In “Three Or Four” Months

    Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] let out a few pieces of information during its shareholder conference earlier this week, and CEO Elon Musk also shared that the company’s upcoming Model X SUV is on track to be out in “three or four” months. The high-riding electric car has been delayed a...

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    BMW Rumored To Be Working On Tesla Model X Rival

    BMW is the latest automaker rumored to be working on a rival for Tesla Motors’ [NSDQ:TSLA] upcoming Model X electric SUV. The German automaker is committed to adding more vehicles to its i sub-brand for eco-focused models, which currently includes the i3 electric minicar and i8 plug-in hybrid...

  • Tesla Model X prototype photographed on test, California, Feb 2015. Photo by Simerjit Dhaliwal.
    Tesla Model X Prototype Caught Completely Undisguised, Plus Testing Video

    Over the next few months, the spies will be getting more and more of the first Model X prototypes as they roll out of an expanded production line at Tesla Motors’ [NSDQ:TSLA] Fremont, California plant. In late 2015, the first production examples are expected to reach reservation holders. Now...

  • Tesla Model X at 2013 Detroit Auto Show
    Tesla Model X Delayed Again, First Deliveries Pushed Back To Late 2015

    Tesla's Model X electric crossover will be delayed again for additional quality and validation testing, the company said in its latest earnings report. Deliveries will now begin in the third quarter of 2015. MUST SEE: Man Builds Batmobile & Becomes Real Life Superhero To Sick Children Putting a...

  • 2014 Tesla Model X all-electric crossover with 'Falcon Doors' open

    Tesla Motors has announced more details on the release of its Model X crossover, amid production and revenue reports for the first quarter 2014. The electric automaker is in the midst of a huge expansion, during which time it aims to open new stores, service centers and Supercharger fast-charge stations, roll out expansion in China, break ground on its new battery 'gigafactory', and release the Model X--an electric, all-wheel-drive crossover that shares its platform with the Model S sedan. This, said Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] CEO Elon Musk in a conference call, will also see some changes over...

  • Tesla Model X at 2013 Detroit Auto Show
    Elon Musk Talks Tesla Model X Details On European Tour

    Tesla Motors is among the most tight-lipped car companies, but luckily for fans and prying journalists, it's also one of the smallest. That means CEO Elon Musk and CTO J.B. Straubel can hold town hall-like events with the company's small customer base, answering questions and providing a preview of...

  • 2014 Tesla Model X all-electric crossover with 'Falcon Doors' open
    Tesla Model X Will Be All-Wheel-Drive Only, Arrives Within A Year

    For many, it's hard to get excited about crossovers, but when that crossover is all-electric, all-wheel drive, and sports awesome/crazy "falcon wings," it's much easier to get the pulse up--and that's exactly what the Tesla Model X is. Fortunately, we don't have too long to wait--the Model X will...

  • 2014 Tesla Model X all-electric crossover with 'Falcon Doors' open
    Will We Ever See The Tesla Model X?

    Tesla Motors has reached beyond its initial startup status to penetrate the skepticism of much of the automotive media. We're not among that group, despite our love of their products so far. Why? There have been some cracks in the facade. First, in March, Tesla [NSDQ: TSLA] decided to delay...

  • Tesla Model X at 2013 Detroit Auto Show
    Production Of Tesla Model X Delayed

    Despite the recent bad press (and potential financial impact) generated by a negative Tesla Model S review in The New York Times, the electric automaker released some good news in its latest SEC filing. As the Los Angeles Times reports, Tesla has committed to paying back its Department of Energy...

  • Tesla Model X at 2013 Detroit Auto Show
    Tesla Model X Shows Its Insides: Detroit Auto Show Live Pictures

    The Tesla Model X crossover is the next vehicle expected from electric automaker Tesla. While we’ve seen the exterior styling of the Model X (including its unique “falcon wing” rear doors) prior to this week’s Detroit Auto Show, what’s new and significant is the...

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