At the 2015 Automotive News World Congress, Tesla CEO, Elon Musk has driven home the urgent need for quicker and better electric vehicle development.
Tesla Model S P85D is a sportscar in disguise. After taking on Ferrari and Lamborghini, the all electric sedan now takes on BMW M4.
In just a few weeks into launch, Tesla Model S P85D has already put a Ferrari to shame, in a drag race on a stretch of Florida highway.
Of the increasing number of entrants into Indian auto market, Tesla Motors is the latest announcement, which will debut with the Model 3.
Porsche Panamera Junior is reported to spawn an all-electric variant to compete with Tesla S. Information on this project is limited; it is expected to be a five-door hatchback model with styling resemblance to Panamera Sport Turismo concept premiered at 2012 Paris Motor Show.
In reorganising cooperation with Tesla Motors, Daimler AG (DAI) has sold its stake of about 4% in Tesla. Cooperation between both partners on automotive projects is unaffected, and work on Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive is complete.
Tesla Motors CEO, Elon Musk has unveiled the ultra quick, all wheel drive model S P85D. This new model and award winning electric sedan was unveiled at the Hawthorne Airport near Los Angeles, CA. Tesla Model S P85D which stands for dual motor is the same system seen on the Model X.
It was on Twitter that Tesla confirmed their BMW 3- Series rival, an all electric sedan will be called Model 3. Expected to be priced at around $35,000 (INR 21,05,075), the Model 3 will compete with the likes of Mercedes Benz C Class, Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series, while sales are expected to commence sometime in 2017.