How problematic are the production issues with Model 3 for Tesla? We get a former insider’s point of view.
YouTubers are catching the electric big rig roaming the streets.
Who'll be the first to take American astronauts to the International Space Station? That question is harder to answer today.
Tesla claims the new Roadster will do 0-60 in 1.9 seconds. But can it really?
The Tesla Semi has a centrally-mounted driver's seat. Sound familiar?
Will you look at this thing?
Last night Tesla introduced its first electric semi truck, but it’s really only the first step into a new era of how we move things.
The maiden launch for the huge Falcon Heavy rocket will reportedly occur no earlier than December 29.
The previously undisclosed mission is codenamed "Zuma," and no one knows what the payload is.
We need more electric car charging stations, and we need them yesterday.
One fast step for Musk, one third of a mile for mankind.
Elon Musk confirms what many had suspected, that SpaceX would abandon the plan to land on Mars (and Earth) with thrusters.
The outside, anyway.
By throwing one off a roof.
Elon Musk announces the Model 3 debut in typical late-night Twitter style.
The budding rivalry could help determine whether Detroit or Silicon Valley sets the course for the future of the auto industry.
The Dragon cargo ship parachuted into the Pacific on Sunday off the Southern California coast.
We haven't seen much of the Model 3 since April 2016, but this prototype spied near Tesla headquarters looks nearly production ready.
As part of SpaceX's Hyperloop Pod Competition, the three finalists got to test their pod designs on the mile-long test track.
He says he is, repeatedly.
Let the Falcon 9 fly.
Once its fully up and running, the Gigafactory will build 35 gigawatt-hours of batteries per year, enough for 500,000 Model 3 cars.
Here's what to think about as we await details of the SpaceX explosion.
Now that a company has agreed to fly on a reused rocket, this Falcon 9 will fly a second time.
You know the Model 3 we saw and drove in April? That wasn't the final, final design.
The one thing we shouldn't take with us to the Red Planet: Our do-nothing legislature.