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Menlo Park California, 94025
(650) 413-6250
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11163 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Los Angeles California, 90025
(310) 473-8337
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Elon Musk gives a company update  read the blog here

Tesla introduces the Roadster Sport  review the specs here

CTO, JB Straubel discusses the Roadster's range and efficiency read his blog

Diarmuid O'Connell explains the politics behind the ATVM Program read the blog

Sam Perry writes about being Tesla's 100th customer read the blog here

Be the first to own the breakthrough Tesla Roadster in Europe. learn more


 

Tesla Motors is making headlines in places like:

  • Honda FCX Clarity: Beauty for beauty's sake
    LA Times
  • Tesla Teases Us With a Shot of Its Sedan
    Wired
  • Tesla Remains Confident In Profitability
    The Wall Street Journal
  • Tesla Roadster packs power in a flash of electricity
    LA Times
  • (Cadillac) Mourning Becomes Electric: Tesla Roadster/Chevy Malibu Hybrid
    Vanity Fair

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*Range is based on our most recent testing with a Validation Prototype car at an EPA-certified location in August 2008.  EPA-certified electricity consumption is 28 kWh per 100 miles on EPA combined cycle.  EPA range and electricity consumption are subject to change pending future testing.  Actual range and electricity consumption will vary with driving conditions and charging location. Cost calculated using average winter/summer PG&E schedule E-9 off-peak “rate A” tariff, as of March 1, 2007.