It's become a bit of a tradition for many of us here at Tesla Motors Club to cheer on the exploits of SpaceX. This morning the Dragon capsule makes its third visit to the International Space Station and its second official resupply flight. Follow the mission LIVE with us here and leave your comments below. The launch is scheduled Friday, March 1st at 10:10am EST. Coverage starts at 9:00am EST.
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Tesla Motors Club (TMC) members are currently retracing the New York Times’ East Coast Supercharger test drive that over the past week has hit the headlines worldwide. You can follow their real time progress via the map and @TeslaRoadTrip twitter feed below.
For those that have been living under a rock, on February 8th John Broder from the New York Times published a story where, while testing Tesla's East Coast Supercharger route, he managed
Consumer Reports borrows a Tesla Model S to do a first drive review. While praising the exhilarating performance, CR suggests that Tesla may have gone a bit too far with features such as the touch screen and the retracting door handles.
[Updated: Tesla's official edited video of the event added above. Raw vids still available below.] Perhaps the worst kept secret for the past week, the Tesla Model S picked up Motor Trend magazine's prestigious Car of the Year award for 2013. This is the first time in 64 year history of the award that a vehicle has won that doesn't run on gasoline.
At an event in Manhattan, where guests included members of the media and
Updated 11-17-2012 at 12:22 PM by doug
A little more than a week ago we were teased with the above image (via twitter) showing the Model S in Jay Leno's famous garage with the promise of a video review would soon follow. Today Jay follows through on that promise with the latest episode of Jay Leno's Garage. Click through to see the video.
In the first half of the video, Jay does a walk-around of Elon Musk's black Model S, discussing the design with Tesla Motors Chief Designer, Franz
Motor Trend's Ignition video series reviews the Tesla Model S, concluding "it may very well be the most important new car since the [Ford] Model T."