Tesla routinely relies on its over-the-air software updating system to upgrade its cars, but a hacker discovered information suggesting the company will soon make a series of hardware changes to the Model
Stories abound about Tesla owners taking their hands off the steering wheel while Autopilot, Tesla’s driver-assist system, is engaged. Occasionally this results in some sort of accident—even though the
Tesla might be ready to pull the trigger on updates for its two flagship models, the Model S sedan and Model X SUV. According to a well-known Tesla "hacker," who's often dug into Tesla software in the
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang drives a Tesla Model X SUV and uses the electric-car maker's Autopilot and Smart Summon driver-assistance features in a campaign ad. The ad, which was uploaded
Tesla is about to launch a new branded wireless phone charger for its vehicles after introducing its own for the Model 3 last year and disrupting the significant third-party aftermarket for Tesla accessories.