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The Tesla Model 3 Competitor

The Tesla Model 3 has become very popular in the electric car market. Tesla was the first to announce an electric vehicle around the $35,000 price range, with over 200 miles per charge. Recently, Chevrolet announced that their new Bolt EV will get roughly 238 miles per charge when it comes to the showrooms later on this year, putting it ahead of the popular Model 3. Since the new Chevy Bolt EV is

The Quickest Production Car in the World

When people think about the fastest production cars in the world, they usually imagine cars with large engines equipped with a growling exhaust. Up until this year, the fastest production cars were all sports cars with turbo or supercharged engines. Recently, the electric Model S from Tesla was announced as the fastest production car in the world. In the past, the Porsche 918 Spyder and LaFerrari

Can the Model 3 Make Musk’s Affordable EV Dreams Come True?

I know that there are Tesla fanatics reading this, so they may have already circled March 31, 2016 on their calendars. That’s the day when Elon Musk (pictured, natch) will unveil the Model 3 and take pre-orders on the electric vehicle that Musk hopes will make the brand mainstream. While we still don’t know what the Model 3 will look like, Tesla did confirm suspicions about its cost. The MSRP on

Tesla Model 3: An Electric Vehicle for the Common Man (and Woman)

Whenever Tesla head honcho Elon Musk talks or tweets, it’s bound to be an event. Therefore, it’s no surprise that our collective ears would perk up when discussing a new vehicle rollout, particularly when said vehicle purports to be Tesla’s most affordable model yet. In a conference call with investors, Musk announced that the long-awaited Tesla Model 3 electric vehicle would be unveiled this Mar