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Tesla Supercharger station, Kettleman City, CA.

Tesla’s largest US Supercharger station has a plush, private customer lounge in the middle of a folksy California town — take a look insid...

Kettleman City, California, is now Tesla's domain. Its presence in this otherwise folksy enclave is a clear sign that it wants to own the electric-car future.

Cadillac could be the next Tesla if General Motors markets it right

General Motors could do much more with its popular brand, Cadillac, with just the right marketing push, a Morgan Stanley analyst notes.

Tesla fell short on its Model 3 production goals again — but its latest numbers and past history offer some hope

The number of Model 3s Tesla made in the third quarter was less than 15% of its target. But missing production goals is nothing new for Elon Musk's company.
A view of the Lucid Air outside of Lucid Motors' headquarters in Menlo Park, California, February 16, 2017.

A would-be Tesla rival that’s developing a 1,000-horsepower electric luxury sedan expands, will move into Tesla’s neighborhood

Lucid Motors' new headquarters is in Newark, California, a city apart from Tesla's factory.
Tesla Semi.

The Tesla Semi will start at $150,000 and a longer-range version will sell for $180,000

For $150,000, you get 300 miles on a single charge. The long-range Tesla Semi, which is expected to travel 500 miles on a single charge, will cost $180,000.
A Tesla Model S parked at a Supercharger station.

Tesla’s newest Supercharger stations are the largest in the US and offer a futuristic spin on the traditional rest stop

The two new Supercharger stations are both on major highway routes in the California travel hubs of Kettleman City and Baker.

RBC: Tesla’s semi-truck could give it the ‘biggest bang’ for its buck

Tesla’s semi-truck could give it the ‘biggest bang' for its buck, according to a RBC Capital Markets analyst.

Starting today, you can now take a driverless bus in downtown Las Vegas

On Wednesday, a fully autonomous shuttle bus will take to Las Vegas's streets for a year-long test by AAA and autonomous vehicle maker Navya ARMA.