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Elon Musk in union spat after wrongly calling Tesla worker a paid agitator - The Guardian

Spotlight thrown on long hours and injuries as employee speaks up and United Automobile Workers union saying it has been approached to organise plant. Reuters in San Francisco and Detroit. Sat 11 Feb 2017 01.10 EST Last modified on Fri 14 Jul 2017 ...and more »

Tesla workers consider unionizing as employee cites low pay and injuries at California plant - GeekWire

Tesla's Fremont, Calif., Plant (Tesla Image). Workers at Tesla's plant in Fremont, Calif., are considering unionizing and have reached out to United Auto Workers (UAW), according to an employee who criticized the electric car company's treatment of labor.and more »

2017 Tesla Model S P100D First Test: A New Record — 0-60 MPH in 2.28 Seconds! - Motor Trend

We all understand acceleration. It's the rate of change of velocity. This 4,891-pound Tesla Model S P100D does it best, reaching 30, 40, 50, and 60 mph from a standstill more quickly than any other production vehicle we've ever tested, full stop. In ...and more »

Elon Musk Responds to Claims of Low Pay, Injuries, and Anti-Union Policies at Tesla Plant [Updates] - Gizmodo

Tesla's effort to bring electric cars to the world has often felt like science fiction in real life. CEO Elon Musk's continued defense of and association with the decided anti-science Trump administration has cracked that illusion somewhat, but an ...and more »

Tesla worker: long hours, low pay and unsafe conditions - The Mercury News

FREMONT – Disgruntled Tesla employees have reached out to the United Automobile Workers, claiming they work long hours for low pay under unsafe conditions while the electric vehicle company sets aggressive production deadlines. California lawmakers ...and more »

Robot Cars Can Teach Themselves How to Drive in Virtual Worlds - Singularity Hub

Over the holidays, I went for a drive with a Tesla. With, not in, because the car was doing the driving. Hearing about autonomous vehicles is one thing; experiencing it was something entirely different. When the parked Model S calmly drove itself out ...and more »

Tesla Model S breaks acceleration record with Ludicrous Mode - Engadget

Tesla's Model S P100D is the fastest accelerating production car in the world, thanks to a Spaceballs-inspired software update. In a recent Motor Trend test, the Model S P100D hit 0-60 mph in 2.275507139 seconds using a new Easter egg mode called ...and more »

Tesla employee who spoke out about working conditions: “Elon Musk is a visionary” - The Outline

Jose Moran, a production associate at Tesla who is working with the United Auto Workers to form a union there, told The Outline he has a lot of admiration for the company. “I was attracted to the company because of their mission,” he said. “Elon Musk ...and more »

Tesla Model S now a wee bit more ludicrous - Stuff.co.nz

Tesla's Model S P100D electric can now accelerate quicker than any other street-legal car. A recent 0-60 miles per hour (96.5 kilometres per hour) acceleration test conducted by Motor Trend magazine saw the car use a new "Ludicrous Easter Egg" mode ...and more »

Tesla Model S is now the world's quickest car. Yes, Tesla - CNNMoney

The Tesla Model S can go from zero to 60 faster than any other street-legal car around. That includes Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bugattis and any other crazy exotic sports car you can think of. The Tesla Model S P100D, with 760 horsepower and all-wheel ...and more »