Elon Musk recently announced the Tesla Model 3, a sub-$40k, 5-seat plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) with a ~200-mile range that is well positioned to change the world. It should be available sometime in late 2017. As of this writing, the company has received over 325,000 deposits ($1,000 each). That said, sometime in late 2016 (a year earlier than Tesla is scheduled to launch the Model 3), GM is going to launch the Chevy Bolt, a sub-$40k, 5-seat PEV with a ~200-mile range that is also well positioned to change the world. As of this writing, GM has received approximately zero deposits to reserve the Bolt, and there's a reason.
Should you put a $1,000 deposit down on a Tesla Model 3 or wait for the Chevy Bolt? Shelly Palmer talks about it on Fox 5 with Ben Simmoneau and Juliet Huddy. Original Airdate: April 5, 2016
CNN's Nina dos Santos speaks with tech guru Shelly Palmer about Tesla's warning it will deliver fewer cars this year and Facebook's challenge to Periscope. Airdate: August 6, 2015
Is Tesla's Power Wall really going to power your house?
After teasing the Internet with a poorly-worded Twitter announcement earlier in the week, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk this evening unveiled a new optional powertrain configuration for the entire line of the company’s flagship Model S sedans: dual motors, powering all four wheels. After making a few good-natured jokes about how he recently received a […]