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  • Tesla Motors stock soars after operating profit beats expectations

    Tesla Motors Inc. shares soared in after-hours trading after the Palo Alto automaker reported a surprise operating profit in its automotive operations. Excluding one-time expenses, the maker of high-end electric cars squeezed out an operating profit...
  • Tesla stock shoots up 20% as analysts cheer second-quarter results

    Tesla Motors stock continued to climb Thursday after the automaker beat analysts' expectations for the second quarter. With less than two hours left in the trading, the stock has climbed more than 20%, to about $155. That pushed Tesla’s market...
  • Tesla shares slip more on reports of third fire, other car problems

    Tesla shares slip more on reports of third fire, other car problems
    Tesla Motors shares continued to fall Thursday as the automaker confirmed a third fire in one of its high-end electric cars and a major auto reviewer pointed out problems with its Model S luxury hatchback. The 9%, or $13.40, decline in mid-morning...
  • The Hyperloop: L.A. to S.F. in 30 minutes?

    Imagine paying $20 and sitting down inside a Space Age capsule in Los Angeles. About half an hour later, you're in sight of the Golden Gate Bridge. Los Angeles billionaire Elon Musk, the man who made electric vehicles sexy, revolutionized the online...
  • Detroit Auto Show: 2015 Ford F-150 gambles with lightweight aluminum

    Detroit Auto Show: 2015 Ford F-150 gambles with lightweight aluminum
    While designing the next generation F-150 truck, Ford Motor Co. secretly substituted the steel body on some of its current pickups with an aluminum shell and delivered them to business customers. The automaker was looking to test how lightweight aluminum...
  • Tesla insists software update to fix fire risk was not a recall

    Tesla insists software update to fix fire risk was not a recall
    Tesla Motors executives criticized the National Highway Traffic Agency’s use of the word “recall” even as they had to recall their expensive Model S electric sports sedan because of a part of the electric car company’s charging...
  • Toyota exec touts fuel cell cars, dismisses EV rivals

    Toyota exec touts fuel cell cars, dismisses EV rivals
    DETROIT (Reuters) - In an escalation of the auto industry's war of words over future green technologies, a senior Toyota Motor Corp executive singled out Elon Musk and other rival executives on Tuesday and made a bold prediction for its hydrogen car. Bob...
  • Why Tesla's $121,000 Model S price in China makes business sense

    Why Tesla's $121,000 Model S price in China makes business sense
    Tesla Motors said it would sell the big battery version of its Model S electric sports sedan in China for about $121,000. While that’s an eye-popping number to American car shoppers, it actually represents a restrained, strategic approach for the...
  • Tesla's top safety rating comes with fine print

    Is the Tesla Model S really the safest car on the road? One key fact went unnoticed this week as Tesla Motors Inc. trumpeted its "best" crash-test rating in the media: The federal government doesn't test most other luxury cars. So the Model S may be...
  • Tesla quietly becomes one of California's bestselling luxury cars

    Tesla quietly becomes one of California's bestselling luxury cars
    Tesla Motors Model S has quietly become the third-bestselling luxury car in California, trailing only the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and BMW’s 5-Series. Tesla has sold 4,714 of its Model S electric cars in the state during the first half of the year,...
  • Elon Musk's Hyperloop: A pipe dream?

    Visionary technological proposals generally trace a life cycle of three stages. First comes the thrill of the unveiling (the "gee-whiz" stage); then there's the hard work of research and development to convert rough sketches into practical form; finally...