By Duncan Brady – MotorTrend For years after its debut in 2012, the Tesla Model S utterly dominated the electric luxury car market. That all changed in 2017 when Tesla released its second sedan, the Model 3, providing buyers a smaller, less expensive entry point to Tesla ownership. Don’t go thinking
2020 Tesla Model Y Long Range First Drive By Kim Reynolds, Renz Dimaandal – Photos – MotorTrend Meet Jim and Dorothy Average. They’re the Average household. He’s 5-foot-9. She’s 5-foot-4. They have 1.9 kids (daughter Emma is of the opinion that younger brother, Liam, is the 0.9), and they live
By Angus MacKenzie – MotorTrend Tesla’s Model 3 was the best-selling car in Britain last month, the first time in history an electric vehicle has ever topped the country’s new car sales chart. The second best-seller for the month was another EV, Jaguar’s I-Pace—and Nissan’s Leaf also earned a place in the top 10.
By Alan Lau – MotorTrend If you go to Tesla’s website to order a car today, you’ll find that a new upcoming feature for the brand’s Full Self-Driving Capability (a $7000 add-on promising autonomous capability in the future, but not now). Is it full self-driving? No. But the new addition, dubbed
Almost everyone knows the Tesla Model S. It’s their oldest vehicle, and despite being made in 2012, it’s filled with technology. Why, you might ask, are we comparing this to a Porsche? Porsche has just launched their fully electric executive sedan, the Porsche Taycan. They could have just made an