Tesla applies for subsidies for Giga Berlin’s battery cell production

By Joey Klender Posted on January 27, 2020 Tesla has officially applied for federal subsidies for its upcoming battery cell production in Germany. The move makes it clear that the company’s intentions in the European country are to foster a culture of sustainability and environmental consciousness, as represented by the production of premium electric vehicles […]

Tesla’s own wireless phone charger for Model S and Model X may finally be coming

By Randell Suba Posted on January 26, 2020 A new Tesla wireless phone charger with an extended power profile is coming soon based on a product page published by the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC). There are also speculations based on leaked information that this wireless phone charger will be rolled out to the Tesla Model […]

Tesla Model 3 takes on gas-powered Ford in winter defroster showdown: Who melts first?

By Joey Klender Posted on January 21, 2020 When six inches of snow is piled on top of your car, what kind of vehicle is superior in its defrosting capabilities: A Tesla Model 3, or an internal combustion engine vehicle? The owner of both a Model 3 and a Ford Fusion pit the two vehicles […]