The Tesla Model S and Model X Long Range Plus models will be given a range boost via an over the air software update.
Tesla giveth, Tesla taketh away, and Tesla giveth again. The automaker is again offering free unlimited supercharging to buyers of the Model S and Model X.
Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, has confirmed the Tesla Model S and Model X will continue with only minor changes, as the company has no facelift planned.
Tesla has temporarily increased the range of Model S and Model X 60kWh cars within the path of Hurricane Irma to allow their owners to escape the storm.
With the Tesla Model 3, the car maker hopes to push into the mainstream. See how different it is to the Model S in this side-by-side comparison gallery.
Tesla has once again missed its sale target, with the company selling just 76,230 Model S and Model X cars, although that’s well up on the 50,557 in 2015.
The Tesla Model S has been given another small update with a new all glass roof option added, and the P90D has been deleted.
From October 19, 2016, all new Tesla vehicles will be equipped with all the hardware required for full self-driving functionality.
The LAPD recently added 100 BMW i3 electric hatchbacks, and will now test the Tesla Model S to see if it’s suitable as a patrol car.
The Tesla Model S has received a slight makeover for 2016 with a cleaner “grille”-less face, adaptive headlights, faster charging, and other improvements.