Palo Alto's new Tesla statue has a radical agenda.
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t's a gradual approach that may be exactly what the coming autonomous vehicle segment needs.
This seems like the most miserable vision of the future of transportation imaginable. But maybe that's just me.
The opening of a new charging station in Oregon means there are now 19 fast-charging stations across the country. All-electric road trips are now on the menu.
Hyperloop and the myth of the benevolent inventor.
Still, that auto dealers are taking Tesla so seriously is great evidence that we all should.
It simultaneously proved that electric vehicles and alternative energy loan programs can be a success.
Elon Musk has finally done the impossible: He got Fox News on board with electric cars.
It's just not clear how long it will take for viable electric cars to trickle down to the masses.
The saga of Tesla vs. the New York Times heats up.
A good year ends the best possible way for the pioneering electric carmaker. No wonder Elon looks so happy.
Musk has dedicated himself to putting us in EVs, and he doesn't take no for an answer.
On May 28, 1993, a remote and dusty thicket of the Australian outback shook for hundreds of miles around. Deep reverberating explosions could be heard far and wide, the night sky illuminated by sporadic flashes of unexplained light—all this alleged…
If you haven't already seen it in a malaise of this morning's headlines, Mercedes-Benz has just unsheathed its electric sex machine in Paris. The "$579,417":http://www.egmcartech.com/2012/09/27/mercedes-benz-sls-amg-coupe-electric-drive-740-hp/ 2014
You know who sucks? Thomas Edison. 'Ol boy is arguably the most undeserving "inventor" in American world history. Don't believe me? Not only is Edison believed to have lifted plans for his most famous reveal, the light bulb, from…