Tesla Model 3, Model S regain Consumer Reports recommendation, citing “improved reliability”

By Joey Klender Posted on November 15, 2019 Tesla’s Model 3 and Model S sedans have both regained recommendations from American product testing group Consumer Reports. The two vehicles were removed from CR’s recommendations following numerous reports of quality issues, citing stuck latches and malfunctioning doors to name a few from Model 3 owners, and […]

Early Tesla Model S gets ‘Autopilot’ retrofit and it works surprisingly well

By Simon Alvarez Posted on November 8, 2019 George Hotz of comma.ai sees his open-sourced driver-assist system openpilot as the Android of the full self-driving market. While Tesla’s Autopilot system is much like Apple’s iOS in the way that it is confined to the electric car maker’s parameters, openpilot allows owners to dig deeper into […]

Tesla receives top scores in Moody’s Carbon Transition Assessment

By Joey Klender Posted on November 7, 2019 Tesla was recognized as the only manufacturer to receive the highest possible score on Moody’s Carbon Transition Assessments (CTAs). The CTA measures an automotive company’s ability to transition to a “low carbon future”, according to the research and analytics group based in Manhattan, New York. Moody’s uses […]