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Tesla's Model S P85D Just Broke Consumer Reports' Ratings System, Scoring 103 Out Of 100

Well, this is something you don’t see every day. According to a new report out of Consumer Reports, the Tesla Model S P85D,  all-wheel-drive electric sedan, performed “better in our tests than any other car ever has, earning a perfect road-test score.” 197 more words

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Tesla Model S P85D breaks Consumer Reports' ratings system - gets 103 out of 100

Consumer Reports published its detailed review of the Tesla Model S P85D this morning  and the product review magazine says that their ratings system had to be modified because the P85D scored 103 out of 100. 184 more words

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Two Norwegian guys just set a new Tesla driving record

Tesla CEO Elon Musk almost certainly appreciates Tesla devotees like Bjorn Nyland.

Nyland, a Norwegian auto enthusiast and Tesla owner, has posted dozens of Tesla videos… 251 more words

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Programmer Drives His Tesla Model S A Record-Breaking 452.8 Miles On A Single Charge

Tesla’s Model S, a “premium performance” sedan with dual-motor, all-wheel drive, is advertised as having a 265-mile range, according to the company. But Bjørn Nyland, a programmer at the University of Oslo who lovingly calls his two-year-old Tesla “The Millennium Falcon” (he also has a… 143 more words

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First Look at Tesla's v7.0 software update with Autopilot: auto-steering, UI refresh and parking assist

Sources familiar with Tesla’s new firmware update explained that version 7.0, which is currently being tested and should be released later this year, will include auto-steering, lane change activated by the turn signal, auto-parking (in parallel spaces) and an updated UI (see picture above). 791 more words

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If you stay in one of these hotels, you can drive a Tesla for free

Want to know what’s it’s like to drive a Tesla Model S sedan? It will only cost you $845 a night at the Mandarin Oriental Washington, D.C. 418 more words

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Aston Martin plans on making an all-electric Rapide within 2 years

Speaking at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance last weekend, CEO of Aston Martin Andy Palmer, confirmed to Automotive News that the British automaker plans on bringing to market a 800 hp all-electric version of the Rapide in 2 years. 235 more words

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