Tesla Impact Report: 4 million tons of CO2 saved, 13.25 TWh solar electricity generated

By Simon Alvarez Posted on April 15, 2019 Tesla published its first-ever Impact Report on Monday, which measures and quantifies the effects of the company’s products and operations on the environment and its communities. Based on the results of the report, Tesla’s products are not the only ones that are making an impact; the company’s […]

Tesla Model 3 lease program opens door to future ride-hailing network

By Dacia J. Ferris Posted on April 11, 2019 Tesla has officially launched its Model 3 leasing program to include any variant of the all-electric midsize sedan. Unlike traditional agreements, the Model 3 vehicles under lease will not be available for purchase once the lease matures. Tesla intends to use those vehicles as part of […]

Ford is realizing that the self-driving car market is not as simple as it thought

By Simon Alvarez Posted on April 10, 2019 Ford Chief Executive Jim Hackett recently admitted that the company has “overestimated” the arrival of full self-driving vehicles. While speaking at the Detroit Economic Club on Tuesday, the Ford CEO noted that while the company’s first autonomous car is still coming in 2021, the applications of the […]