Tesla continues to cash in on other carmakers needing help to meet emissions standards, keeping up a lucrative business the company thought would fade away: selling regulatory credits.
DETROIT — Tesla is recalling nearly all of the vehicles it has sold in the U.S. because some warning lights on the instrument panel are too small.February 2, 2024
Tesla is recalling more than 1.6 million Model S, X, 3 and Y electric vehicles exported to China for problems with their automatic assisted steering and door latch controls.January 5, 2024
Tesla Inc. delivered more vehicles than expected in the fourth quarter, though not enough for the Elon Musk-led company to stay ahead of China’s BYD Co. in global electric car sales.
Tesla’s recall of more than 2 million of its vehicles — an effort to have drivers who use Autopilot pay closer attention to the road — relies on tech that research shows may not work as intended.December 20, 2023
Tesla is recalling nearly all vehicles sold in the U.S., more than 2 million, to update software and fix a defective system meant to ensure drivers are paying attention when using Autopilot.December 13, 2023
Tesla Inc.’s Dojo supercomputer project lead Ganesh Venkataramanan has left the company, according to people familiar with the matter, a setback to the automaker’s self-driving efforts.
The labor conflict against Tesla in Sweden is spreading to neighboring Denmark where the country’s largest trade union said Dec. 5 they will take action in solidarity with Swedish workers.
After years of development delays and manufacturing snags, Tesla Inc. finally handed over its first Blade Runner-esque Cybertrucks to customers.
When Tesla starts Cybertruck deliveries on Nov. 30, color wraps — decorative films applied to the truck's exterior — could soften the edges of a truck seen as too harsh for mainstream buyers.