Tesla, other carmakers’ EV output could ‘vastly outweigh consumer demand’ by 2030: study

By Simon Alvarez Posted on January 23, 2019 With electric vehicles steadily improving and with large markets such as Europe and China embracing sustainable transport, the market for green cars has seen a notable rise. In 2018 alone, two million electric vehicles were sold globally, and all signs point to further growth ahead. In a […]

Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot takes on heavy traffic and rainy roads in nighttime test

By Simon Alvarez Posted on January 22, 2019 Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot is arguably the most notable update that the company’s driver-assist feature has received in recent months. Available as part of the Software Version 9 update, the feature allows drivers to  get to their destination more efficiently by guiding their car on and off […]

Tesla’s CCS Supercharger expansion ramps with dual-charge stall sightings in Europe

By Simon Alvarez Posted on January 21, 2019 Tesla is yet to start deliveries of the Model 3 in Europe, but the electric car maker is already making the necessary preparations for the vehicle’s upcoming arrival. Across the region, for example, Tesla is expanding its CCS Supercharger Network, which is specifically designed to support the […]