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Standard Range Model Y Disappears from Tesla Website

Standard Range Model Y Disappears from Tesla Website
Last week, I mentioned that Tesla had slashed the price of its standard range Model Y electric vehicle along with that of the standard range Model 3. Barely a week later, Tesla has now eliminated the standard range Model Y from its website and is no longer taking orders on the vehicle.
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Tesla Cuts Prices on the Model 3 and Model Y Basic Models

Tesla Cuts Prices on the Model 3 and Model Y Basic Models
Tesla and other electric vehicle makers want the average consumer to hop on the EV bandwagon. The more EVs that automakers can sell, the cheaper it is to manufacture the batteries that are critical to all versions, and the closer they get to fulfilling government mandates on reducing carbon emissions.
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Less Expensive Rear-Wheel Drive Tesla Model Y Standard Range EV Debuts

Less Expensive Rear-Wheel Drive Tesla Model Y Standard Range EV Debuts
Tesla has rolled out a new entry-level version of its Model Y electric crossover. The new model is a standard range rear-wheel-drive vehicle with an EPA estimated driving range of 244 miles per charge. The new model is $8,000 less expensive than the longer-range all-wheel-drive version, with an MSRP starting at $41,990.
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Teslas Can Now Fart Instead of Honk Their Horns

Teslas Can Now Fart Instead of Honk Their Horns
Tesla recently launched firmware update 2020.48.25, bringing significant updates to various systems for their electric vehicles. The release includes a variety of useful enhancements, but the best one is the ability for users to customize their horn sounds using a Toybox feature called “Boombox.”
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Win a Loaded 2020 Tesla Model X Performance with Ludicrous Mode

Win a Loaded 2020 Tesla Model X Performance with Ludicrous Mode
The Tesla Model X combines the space of a crossover with the power of a sports car – especially when it’s been tricked out in Performance trim with Ludicrous mode. One lucky entrant will win this car while helping to support veterans’ and children’s charities.
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Texas Chosen as the Location for Billion Dollar Tesla Cybertruck Factory

Texas Chosen as the Location for Billion Dollar Tesla Cybertruck Factory
Many automakers have been moving out of states where unions are common, such as northern states and California, instead moving into southern states such as Texas, where unions are rare. Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk have announced that the location for the hotly contested Cybertruck factory has been chosen.
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Tesla Cybertruck Camper Add-on: Camp to the Future

Tesla Cybertruck Camper Add-on: Camp to the Future
Tesla’s upcoming electric Cybertruck drew both cheers and jeers when it broke cover. With its primitive stainless steel body, its looks have divided opinions on whether it’s something a first grader would have come up with, or an innovative new approach to vehicle design.
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Watch a Tesla Model X Get Ripped Apart – For a Good Cause

Watch a Tesla Model X Get Ripped Apart – For a Good Cause
If you have ever had the misfortune of witnessing a major accident where someone was trapped inside a vehicle, you may have seen first responders on the scene using incredibly powerful tools to cut cars apart and free the trapped passengers. 
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The Teslonda Is a Crazy Tesla-powered Honda Accord

The Teslonda Is a Crazy Tesla-powered Honda Accord
We all know that the electric motors in the Tesla Model S can push out a tremendous amount of torque, and at breakneck speeds. But what if you don’t like the way the Model S looks?
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Simone Giertz Turned Her Tesla Model 3 into a Pickup Truck

Simone Giertz Turned Her Tesla Model 3 into a Pickup Truck
We’ve known for a while that Tesla was working on its own electric pickup truck. But the company has a long history of overpromising and slow times to market, so I wouldn’t expect to see a production Tesla pickup for a while.
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Tesla Model 3 Loses Consumer Reports “Recommended” Rating

Tesla Model 3 Loses Consumer Reports “Recommended” Rating
One of the most coveted ratings for many automakers is the “recommended” rating from Consumer Reports (CR). Tesla wanted that rating badly for its “more affordable” EV, the $42,900+ Model 3. It initially missed that rating due to poor brake performance.
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Icon’s Latest is a 1949 Mercury Coupe with a Tesla Heart

Icon’s Latest is a 1949 Mercury Coupe with a Tesla Heart
The last few times we talked about Icon has been when the company whipped up a pair of very cool off-road vehicles with the Icon BR that looks like an old Ford Bronco and the restored 1965 Kaiser Jeep.
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Tesla Model 3 Improves Brakes with Over-the-air Update

Tesla Model 3 Improves Brakes with Over-the-air Update
Not too long ago, the gang over at Consumer Reports took a couple of Tesla Model 3 cars and tested them on the track. They found that the Model 3 had the worst braking performance in its class, taking as much as the length of a full-size truck to stop from speed.
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Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster Launched into Orbit

Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster Launched into Orbit
Elon Musk has taken his red Tesla Roadster, put a “spaceman” behind the wheel (in a SpaceX spacesuit prototype) and then put both into the nose cone of the massive Falcon Heavy rocket. Both the Roadster and spaceman were successfully sent into orbit in spectacular fashion, and without so much as a hitch along the way.
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The New Tesla Roadster Is Here to Blow Our Minds

The New Tesla Roadster Is Here to Blow Our Minds
European supercars, step aside. There’s a new boss in town, and it’s coming from an unlikely nameplate – Tesla. After discontinuing its original Roadster a couple of years back, Elon Musk’s wildly popular EV company is back with what – at least on paper – could be one of the most impressive sports cars ever.
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