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Tesla Model S Delivery Event Is 8 Years Old (Video)

June 14th, 2020 | by Johnna Crider

What were you doing 8 years ago? Tesla was preparing for its Model S delivery event on June 22. The video below shows a visual snapshot of the foundation being laid for the Model X, 3, Y, Cybertruck, next-gen Roadster, and Semi. Each of these new owners in 2012, along with the Tesla team back then, made it possible for Tesla to be where it is today


Tesla Sales = 4.6% of California Vehicle Sales in Q3

December 2nd, 2018 | by Zachary Shahan

Plug-in electric vehicles accounted for 7.1% of California car sales in the first three quarters of the year — fully electric car sales accounted for 4.1% and plug-in hybrids 3%. That's a pretty big story, as the market share is well above the US average and also higher than the EV market share in almost every country on the planet. However, the bigger story is that one brand now carries the bulk of those sales on its shoulders. That brand, of course, is Tesla


New Tesla Superchargers Hint At Future Of Public Charging (& Not Just Because They Have 40 Stalls)

November 15th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

Tesla emailed approximately an hour ago that it just opened North America's largest Supercharger station ... er, two of them. What's more interesting to me is that they represent a transition into a different charging dimension. Kyle Field and I have been talking about this for a couple of years — the future of public charging needs to include more amenities, more relaxation opportunities, more commercial attractions, and just overall more ::stuff:: (forgive the consumerist language and implications here)



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