The Tesla Semi visited Canada recently for some possible winter testing before the all-electric Class 8 truck’s launch. Read More
To get a multi-billion dollar piece of the heavy-duty trucking market, the Tesla Semi will need to challenge the current king of freighters, Daimler, and its formidable lineup of long-haul trucks. Read More
The Tesla Semi may not make it to the news as much as the electric car maker's mainstream vehicles like the Model 3 and the Model Y, but the all-electric Class 8 truck has the potential to give Tesla billions upon billions worth of revenue. This is because, from a strictly objective point of view, there are very few reasons why businesses would not purchase a Tesla Semi.
Electric trucks are a great alternative to diesel powered trucks and even trains. In addition to the direct advantage in the form of vehicles that don't pollute the environment, such trucks have a large advantage in cost of ownership. Read More
Tesla held its Q4 2019 Earnings call sometime after the market closed on January 29. It released its Shareholder letter after the market closed, reporting an EPS of US$2.14 and US$7.3 billion of revenue for Q4 2019. Needless to say, TSLA surpassed Wall Street's estimates. Read More
Tesla reported an EPS of US$2.14 and US$7.3 billion of revenue for Q4 2019, surpassing Wall Street's estimates. Read More
The Tesla Semi and Cybertruck have allowed the company to enter the commercial vehicle market, but the EV automaker may have more competition in this sector of the car industry than in others. Read More
With the release of Tesla's Q4 2019 earning call coming, it's worth looking back to see just how much everything at Tesla is all going according to Elon Musk's Master Plan. Read More
A Tesla Semi was recently sighted in a transport carrier at Freeway 5 in CA. Interestingly, the all-electric long-hauler had its windows and lights completely wrapped with protective tape this time around. The vehicle also appears to be freshly detailed, from its wheels to its rear.