Tesla is struggling with mass production, whereas its rivals have decades of experience.
BMW and China have found a way to avoid the full cost of tariffs from China.
Tesla buyers taking delivery from 2019 will be the first to receive the smaller tax credit.
Two of the fastest-accelerating cars in the world go head to head in a 1/4 mile drag race.
The next Gigafactory will help reduce the cost of its vehicles in the very important Chinese market.
China bumped its tariff on imported electric cars from 15 to 40 per cent as a result of the ongoing trade war with the U.S.
Despite them not being direct rivals, it’s interesting to see how the three electric vehicles compare to each other .
The Tesla Model 3 has some cool features despite being an ‘entry-level’ EV.
The electric racer is nicely shorted for the track, but didn’t take to Spain’s heat too kindly.
What Tesla can do, Ford can do better.
Tesla’s Model 3 building sprint last week was reportedly a very stressful time for everyone involved.
The EV will be on static display, while production of RHD cars will commence next year.