Tesla Makes Offer to Acquire SolarCity

Tesla’s mission has always been tied to sustainability. We seek to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable transportation by offering increasingly affordable electric vehicles. And in March 2015, we launched Tesla Energy, which through the Powerwall and Powerpack allow homeowners, business owners and utilities to benefit from renewable energy storage.

It’s now time to complete the picture. Tesla customers can drive clean cars and they can use our battery packs to help consume energy more efficiently, but they still need access to the most sustainable energy source that’s available: the sun.

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A Grain of Salt

A few things need to be cleared up about the supposed safety of Model S suspensions:

First, there is no safety defect with the suspensions in either the Model S or Model X. Since we own all of our service centers, we are aware of every incident that happens with our customer cars and we are aware of every part that gets replaced. Whenever there is even a potential issue with one of those parts, we investigate fully. This, combined with extensive durability testing, gives us high confidence in our suspensions. With respect to the car that is discussed in the blog post that led to yesterday’s news (more on the blog post below), the suspension ball joint experienced very abnormal rust. We haven’t seen this on any other car, suggesting a very unusual use case. The car had over 70,000 miles on it and its owner lives down such a long dirt road that it required two tow trucks to retrieve the car. (One to get the car to the highway and one to get it from the highway to the service center.) When we got the car, it was caked in dirt.

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Mot-clé :  Securité


Response to Mercury News article, entitled “The Hidden Workforce Expanding Tesla’s Factory”

At Tesla, we aspire to operate on the principles of hard work and exceptional performance, but always tempered by fairness, justice and kindness. There are times when mistakes are made, but those are the standards to which we hold ourselves. With respect to the person at the center of this weekend’s article in the Mercury News, those standards were not met. We are taking action to address this individual's situation and to put in place additional oversight to ensure that our workplace rules are followed even by sub-subcontractors to prevent such a thing from happening again.

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Mot-clé :  Factory and Workplace

Le filtre HEPA de Tesla et le Système de défense contre les armes bactériologiques au banc d’essai

La pollution atmosphérique est un problème majeur de santé publique. Selon l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, il s’agit désormais du «principal risque environnemental pour la santé dans le monde,» provoquant le décès de 3 millions de personnes chaque année. Plus du double de ceux causés par des accidents de la route.

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The Week that Electric Vehicles Went Mainstream

A week ago, we started taking reservations for Model 3, and the excitement has been incredible. We’ve now received more than 325,000 reservations, which corresponds to about $14 billion in implied future sales, making this the single biggest one-week launch of any product ever. This interest has spread completely organically. Unlike other major product launches, we haven’t advertised or paid for any endorsements.

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Mot-clé :  Model 3 et Réservations


Reserving your Model 3

Along with the excitement and anticipation for Model 3, we know everyone has a few questions. Here are the details so that you know what to expect both on March 31st when reservations open and in the months ahead before you take delivery of your Model 3.

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Mot-clé :  Model 3, Ordering, and Reservations


Enhancing Safety and Convenience with Summon

Early this year, Tesla 7.1 software introduced an array of new Autopilot features to further enhance the convenience and safety of the driving experience. While many of these features move the ball forward toward a safer autonomous future, none is more significant than the remote parking technology known as Summon.

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Mot-clé :  Model S, Model X, and Autopilot


Summon Your Tesla from Your Phone

Last Fall, Tesla Version 7.0 software introduced a range of new Autopilot active safety and convenience features to give you more confidence behind the wheel, increase your safety on the road, and make highway driving more enjoyable. The release of Tesla Version 7.1 software continues our improvements to self-driving technology. This release expands Autopilot functionality and introduces the first iteration of Summon.

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Mot-clé :  Model S, Model X, and Autopilot


Votre Pilote automatique est arrivé

En octobre 2014, nous avons commencé à équiper la Model S de toutes les technologies nécessaires permettant de déployer progressivement des fonctionnalités de conduite autonome : un radar à l’avant, 12 capteurs ultrasons positionnés de manière à appréhender l’environnement de la voiture dans un champ de 4,9 mètres quelle que soit sa vitesse, une caméra orientée vers l’avant et un système électrique d’aide au freinage haute précision contrôlé numériquement. La Model S est également équipée d’un GPS et de cartes numériques.

La version 7.0 du logiciel que nous dévoilons aujourd’hui utilise ces équipements pour mettre à disposition de nos clients des fonctionnalités de sécurité active d’une part et de confort d’autre part.  

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Mot-clé :  Model S et Pilotage Automatique

Journalists Trespass, Assault Tesla employees at the Gigafactory

Last Friday at approximately 11:50 am, a Tesla safety manager received a complaint about two trespassers taking pictures at the Gigafactory. The Tesla employee requested assistance and the Storey County Sheriff’s department was alerted. 

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Mot-clé :  Gigafactory
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