For Tesla Model 3 Buyers, the Waiting Could Be the Hardest Part

Tesla Motors is cranking out EVs at its fastest clip yet, but buyers who put money down on the Model 3 should still have serious questions about the timeliness of their delivery date.

In the first quarter of this year, Tesla delivered 12,420 Model S sedans and 2,400 Model X SUVs — nearly 50 percent more volume than the same period last year. The electric automaker said a parts shortage in January and February hampered Model X production, but with the issue resolved, deliveries of 80,000 to 90,000 Teslas can be expected this year.

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Renault Twizzy Arriving In Canada Pending Approval

Canadian B&B, get ready: The Renault Twizzy EV is coming to your shores at last.

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2016 Nissan Leaf Expected To Receive Larger Battery, Small Range Boost

Consumers looking for a new Nissan Leaf may soon have the option for a better battery with improved range on certain trims.

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Tesla Model 3 Set For Global Debut By Next March

The elusive unicorn known as the Tesla Model 3 is set to hit showrooms in H2 2017, but will make its world debut much sooner.

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Ford Readying Chevrolet Bolt Rival For Los Angeles Reveal

Not one to be left in the dust, Ford is preparing a rival low-cost EV to go after the Chevrolet Bolt for a Los Angeles reveal this year.

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Wright: Tesla's Camry 'Not Possible' Despite Ongoing Success

Tesla co-founder Ian Wright says that while he’s surprised by his old company’s success, the idea of a mass-market EV still doesn’t seem likely.

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Low-Cost Tesla EV To Be Dubbed Model 3

Tesla announced the name of its low-cost EV due to arrive around 2017: Model 3.

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Low-Cost Tesla EV To Use Steel To Hit A4, 3 Series Pricing Levels

Though Tesla’s low-cost EV won’t be able to put the E in between the S and the X, it will be able to meet its price target thanks an alloy swap in its construction.

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Chevy's Next Volt Shooting For 200-Mile Range, $30k Price Tag

Prior to stepping down as CEO of General Motors, Dan Akerson made a few mentions about an EV similar to the Volt that would possess a 200-mile range on a single charge with an on-board generator that could run on gas, diesel or natural gas. He also hoped the car would sell for around $30,000.

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