Engadget: Oh, wow. Are you sure we're ready for this, Tesla? I mean, just last week you wouldn't even let us sit inside your Model S prototype and now... this. You sure we're not moving too fast? A fully naked Model S is on display at the company's booth, bare frame and bare aluminum separated by a Lucite riser, giving us a glimpse at the car's motor nestled between the rear wheels.
Just one day after the California DMV filed to take Tesla to court, over 2 million Model S, Model 3, Model X, and Model Y vehicles are being recalled.
If there's one thing Telsa doesn't want you to see, it's certainly this video of one its Model S vehicles bursting into flames in a parking garage in China.
The Model S hit the fire truck while going 60mph through a stop light. The driver of a Tesla Model S survived a crash in South Jordan, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake City. The Tesla crash, which happened last Friday, May 11, might have been caused by the car’s autopilot system