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Elon Musk said Tesla only makes the Model S and Model X for ‘sentimental’ reasons. Here’s why I’ll miss them if they go away.
It's possible that Tesla could sunset both vehicles and concentrate on Model 3 and future cars and trucks.
Here’s how Tesla’s cars stack up against the best of the competition from the world’s top automakers
I thought it would be cool to see how Tesla's vehicles stack up against some of the gas-powered competition from Alfa Romeo, BMW, Porsche, and Audi.
NHTSA is investigating a claim that a Tesla software update meant to prevent battery fires hurt the range of some Model S and Model X vehicles
Tesla is the subject of a NHTSA investigation into a software update it rolled out to the Model S and Model X earlier this year.
2 car experts who tore apart Tesla’s Model 3 explain why the company is still beating GM, Jaguar, and BMW in range
As established automakers introduce more electric vehicles, Tesla has maintained an advantage in battery range. Let's find out why.
Porsche just revealed the interior of its all-electric Taycan sports car, and drivers who hate Tesla’s giant touchscreens will love it
The Porsche Taycan's interior presents a contrast against Tesla's interiors, which concentrate settings and information into a single touchscreen.
Tesla rivals Jaguar I-Pace and Audi e-tron are struggling to compete — here’s how the cars actually compare to the Model X
The Jaguar I-Pace and Audi e-tron were both seen as worthy challengers to the Tesla Model X when they debuted. Here's how they actually stack up.
We took a $163,000 Tesla Model X SUV on a road trip and discovered Tesla’s greatest weapon isn’t its cars
The Tesla Model X Performance is the electric-car maker's flagship product, and the Model X Long Range starts at $75,315.
Tesla is running circles around rivals like Audi and Jaguar, and battery range is only one of the biggest reasons why
Tesla's Model X SUV, Model 3 sedan, and Model S sedan have outsold Jaguar's I-Pace SUV and Audi's e-tron SUV this year by a wide margin.
A Tesla Model S or Model X is way less likely to get stolen than a Chevy Silverado or Mercedes-Benz S-Class
Tesla's Model S sedan and Model X SUV are less likely to get stolen than nearly all other vehicles, according to the Highway Loss Data Institute.
Tesla was the electric-vehicle sales leader in the US by a wide margin during the first half of this year, according to InsideEVs.