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Tesla meant what it said when telling investors this month that another capital raise won't be necessary this year, and Elon Musk just elaborated on why.
Don't call Tesla's slower-than-anticipated deliveries of Model 3 sedans a delay. It's merely been a “time shift,” according to Elon Musk.
Mercedes is developing a battery-powered sedan about the size of its S class, dubbed the EQ S, which will challenge Tesla's Model S for high-end electric-car buyers.
Consumer-safety advocates and autonomous-vehicle experts criticized Tesla for issuing another statement about the death of a customer that pinned the blame on driver inattentiveness.
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Whether the contractor litigation gets to trial or not, the legal process threatens to bring unwanted scrutiny and unwelcome disclosures about Tesla's culture.
The NTSB stripped Tesla's role in an investigation of a fatal crash involving one of its vehicles, saying the company failed to abide by an agreement not to disclose information during the probe.
After partially faulting Tesla's automation system for a fatal crash, federal investigators last year called on carmakers to do more to keep drivers engaged as next-generation cars steer themselves.
Tesla is targeting November 2019 as the start of production for the Model Y small crossover, with output in China to begin two years later, two sources told Reuters this week.
The family of a driver killed in a Tesla crash has hired law firm Minami Tamaki to explore legal options, the law firm said, adding the Autopilot feature in the vehicle probably caused his death.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and a top federal transportation safety investigator spoke over the weekend to patch things up after testy exchanges related to the investigation of a fatal crash.
Investors are losing confidence in the company's ability to ramp up production of the Model 3.
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