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  1. Tesla Could Face Class-Action Lawsuit For Drastic Solar Roof Price Increases Image: Tesla Over the past month, multiple outlets have reported that Tesla has been jacking up Solar Roof installation prices after agreeing to contracts with homeowners. Customers informed of the changes are free to decline the new rate, but one Pennsylvania couple has filed a lawsuit against the company for breaching its contract with an eye toward formalizing it as a class action. Philip Dahlin and Mary Arndtsen of New Hope, Pennsylvania agreed to have Tesla install its So
  2. Tesla privately admits Elon Musk has been exaggerating about ‘full self-driving’ ‘Elon’s tweet does not match engineering reality’ Photo by Britta Pedersen-Pool/Getty Images Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been overstating the capabilities of the company’s advanced driver assist system, the company’s director of Autopilot software told the California Department of Motor Vehicles. The comments came from a memo released by legal transparency group PlainSite, which obtained the documents from a public records request. It was the latest revelation ab
  3. Tesla Car Hacked Remotely From Drone via Zero-Click Exploit Two researchers have shown how a Tesla — and possibly other cars — can be hacked remotely without any user interaction. They carried out the attack from a drone. This was the result of research conducted last year by Ralf-Philipp Weinmann of Kunnamon and Benedikt Schmotzle of Comsecuris. The analysis was initially carried out for the Pwn2Own 2020 hacking competition — the contest offered a car and other significant prizes for hacking a Tesla — but the findings were later reported to Tesla through its bug
  4. U.S. safety agency reviewing 23 Tesla crashes, three from recent weeks WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. auto safety agency disclosed on Thursday it has opened 27 investigations into crashes of Tesla vehicles, 23 of which remain active, and at least three of the crashes occurred in recent weeks. FILE PHOTO: The logo of car manufacturer Tesla is seen at a branch office in Bern, Switzerland, October 28, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File Photo The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) confirmed Thursday that it will send a team to investigat
  5. Two people killed in fiery Tesla crash with no one driving Authorities said it took four hours to extinguish the fire KPRC2 Houston Authorities in Texas say two people were killed when a Tesla with no one in the driver’s seat crashed into a tree and burst into flames, Houston television station KPRC 2 reported. The cause of the crash, which happened at about 9PM local time in Spring, Texas (near Houston), is under investigation. According to KHOU in Houston, first responders had to use 30,000 gallons of water over four hours to put out th
  6. Tesla delivered more cars than it made in the first quarter of 2021 Tesla’s production capacity continues to grow Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Tesla delivered nearly 185,000 cars in the first quarter of 2021, more than it produced over the three-month period, according to numbers the company shared on Friday. Tesla has been ramping up production capacity and just nearly missed CEO Elon Musk’s goal of delivering 500,000 cars in 2020. Of the cars Tesla delivered in Q1 2021, nearly 183,000 were Model 3 and Model Y vehicles, mor
  7. Elon Musk confirms that you can now use Bitcoin to buy a Tesla Back in February, Tesla announced that it had made a $1.5 Billion investment into Bitcoin and is planning to add Bitcoin as a mode a payment. Now, the company has confirmed that customers can buy Tesla cars using Bitcoin. Tesla CEO Elon Musk confirmed on Twitter that customers in the US can now book cars using Bitcoin. He further noted that the company plans to expand the ability to buy Tesla using Bitcoin to other countries later this year. Musk also confirmed that Tesla will operate the Bitcoi
  8. Russian pleads guilty to Tesla hacking and extortion attempt Russian national Egor Igorevich Kriuchkov has pleaded guilty to recruiting a Tesla employee to plant malware designed to steal data within the network of Tesla's Nevada Gigafactory. His end goal was to extort the company using the sensitive information stolen from Tesla's servers as leverage to convince the company to pay a ransom to avoid having the data leaked. To convince the company's employee to act as an insider for his criminal gang, Kriuchkov told him that he would be paid $1,0
  9. Tesla will dramatically expand its Full Self-Driving beta It could be available for more than a handful of EV drivers. Xinhua/Ding Ting via Getty Images Now might be your chance to join Tesla's Full Self-Driving beta. Elon Musk has revealed that Tesla's new 8.2 software is "doubling" the size of the beta test program, and 8.3 will "probably" expand the size of the program by ten times. You'll want to get in touch if you're interested, Musk said. The company chief warned that you still had to "be careful" with these newer betas, but tha
  10. Tesla buys $1.5B in bitcoin, may accept the cryptocurrency as payment in the future Image Credits: TechCrunch Today in an SEC filing, Tesla disclosed that it has acquired $1.5 billion in bitcoin, the popular cryptocurrency. Moreover, the company noted that it may also accept bitcoin in the future as a form of payment for its cars, though it did allow that there is some regulatory uncertainty around that effort. As the news broke, the price of bitcoin instantly rose by around 7% to more than $40,000 per coin. Tesla had previou
  11. Apple’s car project could put it on a collision course with Tesla Why I don't expect Apple to focus on driverless taxis or delivery services. Enlarge alxpin / Getty Rumors are continuing to trickle in about Apple's long-expected car project. On Wednesday, CNBC reported that Apple is close to finalizing a deal for an Apple Car to be manufactured at Kia's assembly plant in West Point, Georgia, an hour southwest of Atlanta. Apple is a famously secretive company, and I don't have any inside information about Apple's plans. But
  12. Tesla recalls 135,000 vehicles over touchscreen failures Image Credits: Spencer Platt Own a Tesla Model S or Model X? It might have a recall, and it’s serious. Tesla today issued one of its largest recalls to date, covering roughly 135,000 Model S and Model X. The touchscreen is the concern. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the touchscreen in these vehicles can fail when a memory chips runs out of storage capacity, which can cause a host of failures, including affecting turn signals
  13. Tesla's New Cars Can Run The Witcher 3 on Their 10-Teraflop Gaming Rigs Gaming's most extravagant console. Tesla has unveiled refreshed versions of its Model X and Model S cars, revealing that both are equipped with gaming hardware supporting “up to 10 teraflops of processing power”. This theoretically puts a car within the ballpark of a new generation console. The Tesla models, priced in excess of $80,000 and shipping in March, are fitted with hardware to power Tesla Arcade, an in-car gaming system that is already available in current Tesla models. The difference is
  14. Tesla claims a software engineer stole critical automated software from its WARP Drive system Tesla is suing a recently hired software engineer who the company claims has stolen critical automated software from its WARP Drive ERP system. Tesla WARP Drive While most automakers use commonly known enterprise software from third parties like SAP, Tesla instead decided to build its own from scratch. Tesla’s longtime chief information officer Jay Vijayan, who quietly left in January 2016, is credited for leading the development of the system, which Tesla
  15. Tesla asked to recall 158,000 cars over safety concerns All Teslas have built-in screen displays and ones in some models are now failing Tesla has been asked to recall 158,000 Model S and Model X vehicles over an issue with failing touchscreens, which could increase the risk of crashes. The problem involves the memory chips used in the displays of cars made between 2012 and 2018, which wear out, causing the screen to stop working. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sent Tesla a form
  16. Tesla has decided to sell the cheaper Model Y standard range after all Image Credits: Kirsten Korosec Tesla has started taking orders for a cheaper standard-range version of the Model Y in an apparent reversal by CEO Elon Musk who earlier this year seemed to put on hold plans to release the vehicle. Electrek was the first to report that Tesla had updated its website to include the Model Y standard range, which will start at $41,990. That’s nearly $9,000 cheaper than the long-range version that is currently sold by Tesla. The Model Y standard range is
  17. NHTSA finds no defect in review of 662,000 Tesla vehicles WASHINGTON -- The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it would not grant a petition seeking a formal review of 662,000 Tesla vehicles for claims of unintended acceleration. The U.S. auto safety regulator said its review of the December 2019 petition into 2012-2020 model year Tesla Model S, Model X, Model Y and Model 3 vehicles found the incidents cited "were caused by pedal misapplication. NHTSA found no evidence of fault in the accelerator pedal assemblies, motor control systems, or
  18. Tesla FSD Beta takes driver from SF to LA with no human intervention CREDIT: WHOLE MARS CATALOG/YOUTUBE A Tesla Model 3 with limited Full Self-Driving beta successfully traveled from San Francisco past the Los Angeles border without requiring any interventions–almost. The trip was not perfect, but the drive itself was impressive as it highlighted the potential of Elon Musk and Tesla’s camera-centric approach to full self-driving. Tesla owner-enthusiast Whole Mars Catalog posted a time-lapse video of an FSD trip in a Model 3 Performance. Over the course
  19. Tesla could have a new Model S variant coming soon Tesla isn't actively manufacturing cars at the moment, but that hasn't stopped a new version of the Model S from apparently taking joyrides around Palo Alto. The electric vehicle-centric YouTube channel The Kilowatts posted a video over the weekend showcasing a new and previously unseen Tesla Model S that they saw driving around in the vicinity of Tesla's headquarters. Most of the shots in the video were taken with a dash cam, so the quality can be hit-or-miss, but there are also a couple of clearer phone s
  20. Tesla fell just short of delivering 500,000 vehicles in 2020 It got 99.91 percent of the way there Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Tesla fell just shy of hitting CEO Elon Musk’s goal of delivering 500,000 vehicles in 2020, the company announced Saturday, having shipped a record 499,550 throughout the year — or 99.91 percent. Tesla said the final tally could vary by as much as 0.5 percent, though, so it’s possible that it will eclipse the 500,000 mark by the time it reveals the ultimate figures in its full year results, due out at the end of January.
  21. Elon Musk says Apple refused a meeting to acquire Tesla He considered selling during Model 3 ‘production hell’ in 2017, but Tim Cook wouldn’t talk Photo by Sean O’Kane / The Verge Elon Musk said Tuesday that he wanted to sell Tesla to Apple during the “darkest days” of the Model 3 rollout but that CEO Tim Cook “refused” to take the meeting. Musk dished about the proffer in response to a tweet about how Apple has reportedly reignited its desire to make and sell an electric, autonomous
  22. Surging Tesla shares have pushed the company’s market capitalization to more than $515 billion, a fivefold increase since the start of the year. The traditionally volatile stock has continued to experience price swings. But since reaching a low for the year in March, Tesla’s share price has been on an upwards trajectory that accelerated in August. Tesla’s share price, which rose 4.6% in morning trading to $545.62, has helped blast its CEO Elon Musk into the upper stratosphere of Bloomberg’s Billionaire Index. As of Tuesday, Musk’s net worth had risen $7.24
  23. This Bluetooth Attack Can Steal a Tesla Model X in Minutes The company is rolling out a patch for the vulnerabilities, which allowed one researcher to break into one in 90 seconds and drive away. The technique takes advantage of a collection of security issues—both major and minor—in the Model X's keyless entry system.Photograph: Christian Charisius/Getty Images Tesla has always prided itself on its so-called over-the-air updates, pushing out
  24. Musk stated last week that his rapid tests were inconclusive, but he had an additional test this week. Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that he has "fully" recovered from his bout with a mild fever or cold about a week after he took to Twitter to say he tested positive for coronavirus. Last week, Musk caused a stir on Twitter after he called into question the accuracy of the coronavirus tests he took. "Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for covid four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same m
  25. Tesla will join the S&P 500 on December 21, S&P Dow Jones Indices announced Monday With a market cap of nearly $400 billion, Tesla is set to join as one of the 10 most valuable companies in the index. S&P Global did not say which company Tesla will replace later this year. Shares of Tesla spiked by more than 13% on the news. Tesla will be added to the S&P 500 later this year, S&P Dow Jones Indices announced Monday. Tesla will join the exclusive club of companies prior to the open of trading on Monday, December 2
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