A closer look at Elon Musk's recent comments raise a reason for concern: The prospect that new orders may not be keeping up with Tesla's long-awaited production ramp-up.
In the Year of our Lord 2018, we are what must be 8,000 years from the original start of Dieselgate. A bunch of Volkswagen executives got arrested, everyone agreed to finally make some electric cars, done. Right? Wrong.
I got quite a bit of my love of cars from my father, but the people his age that I knew never seemed to understand why I loved Toyota Supras, Mazda rotary engines and various examples of how Nissan used to give a damn.
Twenty years ago today, at 2 a.m. Eastern time, a press release announced to the world that German automotive giant Daimler would be merging with the third member of Detroit’s “Big Three,” Chrysler, forming DaimlerChrysler.
According to Bloomberg, Tesla is losing a staggering $6,500 per minute. The young and relatively small car company is getting ready to report first-quarter earnings, and multiple sources claim their numbers will be drastically negative.