Tesla week in review: Model 3 details revealed, Model Y, JB Straubel on Tesla Energy

Tesla Model Y rendered to life from Photoshopped teaser image

Graphic artist Jan Peisert of Peisert Design dreamed up his own interpretation of the Model Y, after Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the first teaser image. Watch his Photoshop mastery in action as he amazingly reveals what Tesla’s Model Y might look like in a time-lapse video. Read more


Tesla Model 3 with split folding rear seats spotted near Fremont warehouse

A new set of Tesla Model 3 images givrs us a glimpse at Model 3’s folding rear seats. Photos of the gorgeous blue Model 3 were reportedly taken from Tesla’s Fremont Warehouse located off of Kato Road and 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from the company’s main factory in Fremont, California.

Looking at the photos, one can make out what appears to be a 60/40 split fold-down rear seat configuration similar to what’s found in the Model S and Model X. Read more


Tesla Model 3 center display remastered in high-res based on spy shots

Enterprising graphic artist Denzzian provides a first high-res look at Tesla’s Model 3 center touchscreen controls through a digitally remastered spy shot of the vehicle’s dashboard. Referencing recent photos that captured Model 3’s center console display and steering wheelDenzzian reconstructed every detail of the interior in fine detail through Photoshop. Read more


HBO’s Vice puts Tesla CTO JB Straubel and Kauai’s Solar + Powerpack system in the spotlight

HBO’s Vice News unpacked details behind Tesla Energy’s recent installation of a huge solar energy plant on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Similar to the Tesla-SolarCity microgrid built on the island of Ta’u, the sustainable energy system at Kauai’s combines the use a 52 megawatt-hour commercial Tesla Powerpack 2 battery system with a 13 megawatt solar farm. Read more

Tesla Model 3 interior photos: Autopilot stalk, steering wheel and touchscreen controls

Imgur exploded with pictures of the Model 3 steering wheel, center touchscreen and accompanying software, giving fans the most in-depth look at the interior to date. We’re also seeing for the first time Tesla’s plan to integrate Autopilot controls directly into the driving stalk. Read more

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