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Tesla Model X joins Victoria Police Highway Patrol fleet

Victoria Police has become one of the first jurisdictions in the world to put an all-electric vehicle into its operational fleet. From today, Victoria Police’s Road Policing Command will utilise the Tesla Model X all-electric SUV in highway patrol operational duties, a first for an Australian police organisation. Victoria Police purchased …

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2019 Tesla Model S and Model X go farther with new drivetrain

Tesla has announced the updated Model S and Model X range for 2019, which now include the Long Range variants for even farther travel on a single charge. Boasting the longest-range of any production electric vehicles on sale today, the Model S and Model X Long Range can travel up …

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Watch a Tesla Model X tow a Boeing 787 Dreamliner [video]

Never has a passenger airliner been hitched to an electric vehicle for towing. Well at least until today. This morning at Melbourne Airport, in a world’s first a Tesla Model X P100D was hitched to a Qantas Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, successfully completing the heaviest tow by an electric production passenger …

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Tesla Model X gets the Novitec treatment

German tuner Novitec is well known for its portfolio of finely customised Ferraris, Lamborghinis and other exotics. But the company’s latest project is something entirely different. With seven seats and four doors, the Tesla Model X may not look like a supercar but it sure does have supercar performance. With a …

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2017 Tesla Model X P100D Review

The world’s fastest SUV is not a Porsche or a Range Rover or a BMW. It’s a Tesla Model X. Like its sedan sibling, the Model S, which leaves everything but 8 supercars in the world in the dust sprinting to 100km/h, the Model X takes performance SUV to a completely …

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Full Self-Driving Tesla Drives and Parks Itself [video]

Last week, Tesla announced that all their vehicles being produced now have full self-driving hardware. In the press release, the company said the Model S, Model X and Model 3 will have the hardware needed for full self-driving capability “at a safety level substantially greater than that of a human …

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