Tesla is expected to release the first features of its full self-driving suite with the rollout of Software Version 9.
Imagine a world in which you travel long distances without the need for airports. A world in which you can avoid airport security, hours of queuing and waiting, and noisy, cramped airliners.
A Texas jury has ruled against Toyota in a lawsuit that alleges Lexus ES 300 front seatbacks collapsed and injured two children in the back because the seats were defective.
The most affordable Tesla so far---Model 3---is seemingly affected by high insurance costs, which on average are comparable to the Porsche 911.
In insurance, as well as the many industries, investments and individuals who rely on it, three “mega-trends” continue to force customer service and product innovations:
A Mercedes-Benz Mars Red paint defect lawsuit alleges the clear coat is prone to peeling, bubbling and flaking in models built between 2004 and 2017.
Last winter, Ford issued a “do not drive” warning to owners of 2006 Ranger pickup trucks because of potentially defective (and fatal) Takata airbag inflators.
If history has taught us anything about vehicle technology, it is that the latest advancements may be introduced in limited production or high-line cars---from the hydraulic brake systems of the 1930s to the curved windshields of the 1950s and the advent of disc brakes in the 1970s---but eventually, that technology will be applied to every vehicle in the car maker’s line-up.
Summary: Analysts are doubting Tesla's ability to achieve industry standard benchmark on COGs based on the perception of chaos of recent activities