Elon Musk, the California entrepreneur who heads electric car company Tesla Motors and rocket builder SpaceX, wants to combine aspects of each by developing a car that can fly.
Tesla Motors Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk promised shareholders a dramatic boost in the production of his company's electric cars, telling investors that Tesla will produce 35,000 cars this year and will have the capacity to produce up to 100,000 in 2015.
The automotive research company Edmunds.com took a long drive in a Tesla Model S, and has given the electric sedan a decidedly mixed review.
Brandon Boeckmann slips into the driver's seat of the low-slung, gull-wing sports car, grins, and says, "So, how fast do you want to go?"
This is the runners-up ball.
Car owners and buyers will be able to look up whether a vehicle has been recalled and fixed under a new federal program launched late Tuesday.
With NFL training camps beginning this week, pro football has provided many more questions than answers. The picture will become clearer in the coming weeks. Are the Seattle Seahawks poised to repeat as Super Bowl champions? Is Johnny Football going to put the Cleveland Browns back in the win column? What's in store for Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck in this pivotal third season? A look at these and other pressing questions: Does Denver have the defense to make another run? The Broncos certainly look different on that side of the ball. Champ Bailey is gone. So are Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Shaun Philips. Players now in orange include pass rusher DeMarcus Ware,...