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Tesla's Betting You'll Pay $9000 for a Software Upgrade - Bloomberg

On Thursday, Tesla Motors re-introduced the Model S60–a cheaper version of its all-electric sedan that was discontinued last April. The new S60 starts at $66,000 and has a range of about 208 miles. For $8,500 more, customers can choose an upgraded ...and more »

Tesla's Plan to Rule the Auto Industry? In-App Purchases - WIRED

Introducing a new Tesla Model S with a 60 kilowatt-hour battery, a 200-mile range, and a lower price didn't require redeveloping the pack, revamping the assembly line, or reconfiguring the supply chain. All it took was a few lines of code. That's ...and more »

For Tesla Owner, Losing a Wheel Was Just the First Surprise - New York Times

Pete Cordaro was creeping down a dirt road in his 2013 Tesla Model S electric car, on a Sunday outing with his wife to hunt mushrooms in the Pennsylvania woods, when he encountered a pothole and then heard a loud crack. “The front of the car just ...and more »

Tesla introduces a cheaper Model S — starting at $66000 - Los Angeles Times

Elon Musk and his Tesla Motors Inc. have long promised the world a more affordable version of their much-admired battery-electric Model S supercar. Now it's here, but it isn't the Model 3 — and it isn't all that affordable. Advertisement. Tesla will ...and more »

Tesla Model 3: data shows that Tesla and SpaceX employees made over 10000 reservations - Electrek

We have often highlighted the importance of the Model 3 reservation process, especially for people in the US because of the federal tax credit, but it's now also the case for most people worldwide since Tesla received hundreds of thousands of ...and more »

Tesla to release lower-priced versions of Model S car - Phys.Org

Tesla said Thursday that it has started selling a cheaper version of its Model S car in an attempt to make its electric vehicles more affordable for more people. The new version, called the Model S 60, starts at $66,000. An all-wheel drive version of ...and more »

Tesla rebuffs safety-issue claims, calling them 'preposterous' - MarketWatch

Tesla Motors Inc. TSLA, +3.09% rebuffs claims it's under review for a potential defect in the suspension of its Model S and denies it has ever dissuaded customers from reporting the issue. In a lengthy blog post out on Thursday, the electric-car maker ...and more »

ELON MUSK: 'Fraudulent' safety complaints are being filed against Tesla - Business Insider

Elon Musk. Larry Busacca/Getty Images for The New York Times Tesla CEO Elon Musk suggests "fraudulent" complaints are being submitted to the US government about its Model S cars. The claim stems from a complaint about a Model S vehicle that reportedly ...and more »

Tesla is making changes to customer agreements after being accused of suppressing complaints - Business Insider

Elon Musk In this Friday, June 22, 2012 file photo, Tesla CEO Elon Musk walks past the Tesla Model S after a news conference at the Tesla factory in Fremont, Calif AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tesla has agreed to revise its ...and more »

The New Tesla Model S Has A Software-Locked Battery - Gizmodo Australia

Tesla Motors' recently face-lifted Model S is an expensive vehicle, even considering its ridiculous performance and zero carbon emissions. The Model S started life in Australia as a $100,000 car, but feature additions and exchange rate fluctuations ...and more »