With an electric motor on each axle, Tesla's luxury sedan handles like an all-wheel drive and accelerates like a sports car, hitting 100 km/h from a dead stop in just 4.4 seconds.
When the electric car firm Tesla remotely upgraded some of its cars to expand their mileage capacity to allow people to flee further from Hurricane Irma, little did it know another kind of storm was brewing.
"A computer on wheels" - the hype surrounding the launch of electric automaker Tesla's long-awaited sedan is more like that for a new iPhone. The CEO believes the Model 3 will be the first mass-market electric vehicle.
Tesla Motors announced on Thursday that a man driving had been killed while using the Autopilot function of its Model S electric sedan. It's the first reported fatality involving a self-driving automobile.
The company, founded by Elon Musk, has confirmed it will send out an official notice to all customers affected by the issue. Tesla confirmed there were no accidents or injuries connected with the recall.
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