Hike down a canyon with it at your own peril.
Intel stock is trading at its lowest point since May 2019. Bad news for shareholders, sure, but the company’s short sellers are likely over the moon — unlike Tesla’s. Intel stock fell nearly 14% in the 30 days preceding October 28, during which time the total value of the company’s shorts fell by nearly $1.35 billion, which is the biggest decrease of any top shorted stocks on the market. Short sellers bet that a company’s share price will fall, as opposed to going “long” on a stock believed to one day increase in value. Short sellers borrow shares to immediately sell when… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Tesla
Elon Musk has long warned the FSD package would rise in price over time.
Videos of Tesla's full self-driving beta in action show a few close calls.
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Tesla’s “Full Self-Driving” option, which currently enables Autopilot features like changing lanes on highways and automatic car parking, now costs $10,000, or $2,000 more than before. The price rise only covers the US for now, where the company’s Full Self-Driving functionality has just launched in limited beta, allowing Autopilot’s advanced driver-assist features to be used on local roads as well.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the price increase in a tweet last week in response to the launch of the Full Self-Driving beta to a select group of customers. At the time, he said similar price increases would come to other markets with the beta. Musk has said he expects Full Self-Driving to see a “wide release” before the end of the year.
The mishap occurred during Roborace's "Season Beta," and it shows just how difficult autonomous-driving technology is to produce.
Los Angeles' T Sportline is the world's first Tesla tuning shop and creates a rare special edition custom Model X worth up to $300,000.
Tesla pulled the same stunt with its Cybertruck shortly after it was announced last year. Now Lordstown Motors is taking a crack at the F-150.
In a move first popularized by the Tesla Cybertruck, Lordstown Motors wanted to show what its electric truck can do, too.
The respected magazine's findings come as Tesla releases a "full self-driving" beta version of its driver-assistance software.
Super Cruise uses eye tracking to ensure the driver is watching the road.
Cadillac’s Super Cruise has once again beat out Tesla’s Autopilot in independent tests of driver-assistance systems, with Consumer Reports weighing in again on the controversial topic. Seventeen different systems – combining adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping – from mainstream and luxury automakers were put through their paces, the results demonstrating that expectations about, and for, the tech still vary considerably. … Continue reading
It looks like one single standard will be applied to regenerative braking for Tesla cars from here on out.
It all comes down to driver attention monitoring.
A whole host of electric pickup trucks are set to flood the market, and if all goes to plan, they'll change how we think about optional features.
Despite its name, no car currently for sale is actually self-driving, the US government says, and Tesla's software has been criticized before.
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Tax incentives for electric vehicle buyers and investments into charging infrastructure are great news for Tesla, which already leads the industry.
Musk can't sell any shares awarded to him for at least five years, given the lock-up period associated with the compensation pay package.
GMC's new Hummer looks like a formidable all-electric beast. Here's how its specs stack up vs. the Tesla Cybertruck, Bollinger S2 and Rivian R1T.