“WE ARE sad to report that Tesla has gone completely and totally bankrupt.” So tweeted Elon Musk, boss of the electric-car company, on April 1st.
The future of driving is electric. The big-name car companies have plans to start giving Tesla some tough competition.
ELECTRIC commercial vehicles were once a common sight in Britain’s towns and cities. A fleet of 25,000 battery-powered milk floats roved the early-morning streets delivering a crucial part of the nation’s breakfast.
ELECTRIC VEHICLES ARE a fixture of many a transportation utopia, and for good reasons. In a world still reliant on private transportation, they promise everything from lower pollution to higher torque.
IF WE’RE GOING to put the brakes on climate change, electric cars will be crucial. At least, that’s the general consensus.
China can boast using the world’s first all-electric cargo ship — but its cargo is coal.
No one can deny that Wolfgang Dürheimer lives and breathes driving. It wasn’t for no reason that the engineer started-off in charge of BMW’s motorcycle division, before going on to lead development at Porsche.
ELECTRIC cars are clean, quiet and, it seems, the way of the future. Tesla is struggling to meet demand for its mid-market Model 3
In a time when cities are getting more and more crowded and the bulk of research seems to be aimed at making cars more sustainable and smart, the good old fashioned sports car seems to have lost some of its identity.
Elon Musk has hinted at the new Tesla truck for ages, and now it’s finally arrived. Like everything that Musk showcases, it’s sleek, innovative, and extremely promising.
Electric car maker Tesla has agreed to buy privately held Perbix, which designs automated manufacturing equipment.