Demand for Elon Musk's latest electric vehicle, priced at $35,000 and capable of driving 200 miles on a single charge, is so high that sales could push the boundaries of allowable US tax credits.
The Model 3 costs $35,000 and drives 215 miles on a single charge, which could provide a big boost to Tesla sales — and to the electric vehicle market generally.
The company reacts after researchers revealed hackers could take control of air conditioned system and download driver’s trip history.
Security researchers find ways to hack yet another internet-connected car.
Atlanta is the nation's largest market for the Nissan Leaf — but state lawmakers just voted to revoke a generous tax rebate on electric vehicles and replace it with a $200 tax on their purchase.