Tesla has finally delivered its long-promised, affordable Model 3 electric car to its first 30 customers — all employees — at a company party Friday night but its Canadian timeline remains unknown.
The time is right to reflect on where we have come from on EVs and to look into the future, says Christopher Misch, vice president of Sun Country Highway.
The 2016 Model S sedans and Model X crossovers are among 53,000 vehicles being recalled globally after Tesla discovered that a gear in the brake assembly could fail.
Tesla is recalling 53,000 of its Model S and Model X vehicles globally for an electric parking brake issue, according to a statement on its website. The automaker wouldn't say how many are affected in Canada.
The number of electric-vehicle charging stations in North America is growing, but there aren't many in rural areas and that can leave electric-vehicle pioneers in the backcountry with “range anxiety."
Even the most bullish don't think Tesla can sell half a million electric cars next year. But it's still important to understand the lofty targets Elon Musk is setting, and some of the crafty ways he's trying to make it happen.
Tesla took a pass on the Toronto auto show in mid-February, but it is promoting its brand through a tour of Ontario and Quebec this winter.
As electric-vehicle charging infrastructure expands across Canada, so does the technology’s capability for innovative and sustainable solutions.