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Tesla Plans to Produce 500,000 Cars in 2018

The electric car company puts pedal to the metal with production.

Reuters

Electric Car-Charging Network ChargePoint Gets $50 Million in Funding

The company now has money to expand beyond the 27,000 public charging stations it operates.

Reuters

Chinese Billionaire Taking on Tesla With Cars He Hopes One Day Will Be Free

'EVs for us are just another screen. We see cars in the future as an extension of the Internet, another entry point for us to sell web-based content and services,' says Jia Yueting.

Reuters

China's LeEco Unveils All-Electric Concept Car

The company hopes to compete directly with Tesla's Model S.

Reuters

Indian Startups that Were Providing Electrical Solutions Before Tesla Motors

For everyone that cannot afford a 23 lacs "affordable" electric car that Tesla will provide

Rustam Singh

Dyson Rumored to Be Developing Electric Car Funded by British Government

This is one of many instances of the company branching out beyond vacuum cleaners.

Tom Brant

Nissan Thinks This Tiny Car May Be the Future of Urban Transportation

The car maker showcased its New Mobility Concept vehicle at the New York International Auto Show.

Nina Zipkin

Aston Martin to Develop Its First Electric Car

The vehicle, based on Aston Martin's Rapide S model, could come to market in 2018.

Reuters

Tesla's $35,000 Model 3 Will Be Available for Pre-Order on March 31

Tweets by CEO Elon Musk followed a note in the company's earnings release on Wednesday that the Model 3 is on schedule for deliveries in late 2017.

Arjun Kharpal

Dreamworks CEO: Elon Musk Saved My Life

Jeffrey Katzenberg said his recent car accident would have been much worse had he not been driving a Tesla Model S.

Claire Groden

Consumer Reports Drops Its Tesla Recommendation

The publication had previously given the electric car its highest rating ever, but has since found 'an emerging trend of increased troubles' with it.

Reuters

Elon Musk Is Not Impressed With Apple

In a recent interview, he labeled the tech company 'the Tesla Graveyard' for talent.

Laura Entis