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Tesla Model S crash kills US driver after door handles fail in resulting fire

Tesla Model S crash kills US driver after door handles fail in resulting fire

Following an incident in 2016 which involved a Tesla S driver who was killed after leaving his car unattended in its so-called “Autopilot” mode, Tesla is in the headlines for another crash. This accident that happened in Florida, US, ended up in the unfortunate loss of the driver’s life as the responders were not able to open the fancy doors of the Tesla Model S.

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Dubai introduces 50 Tesla taxis, future plans to go driverless

Dubai introduces 50 Tesla taxis, future plans to go driverless

As a part of the move to make Dubai the “smartest city in the world,” the Road & Transport Authority has introduced 50 Tesla Model S and Model X vehicles to its taxi fleet. As per the directions given by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and ruler of Dubai, these vehicles will be a part of the Dubai Taxi Corporation (DTC) fleet.

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Tesla autopilot crash leading to man's death was unavoidable

Tesla autopilot crash leading to man’s death was unavoidable

The fatal accident which took the life of the 40-year-old driver in the United States is the first major accident that happened while a computer was at the wheel. The Tesla Model S which he drove was controlled by Tesla’s autonomous driving system, Autopilot, at the time of the accident, raising questions over the reliability of Autonomous driving systems.

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Tesla Model S updated for 2017

Tesla Model S updated for 2017

Following the launch of their entry-level Model 3 and the Model X crossover, Tesla have given their Model S a revamp. A front fascia similar to that of the Model 3 adorns the front of the new Model S. The slender grille along with the LED lights give it a fresh look.

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Tesla Model S electric car spotted in Abu Dhabi

Tesla Model S electric car spotted in Abu Dhabi


Electric cars have yet to make an impact in the Gulf. The first one to pop in, the limited-range Fisker Karma, stalled before it even got started, although it was more due to a little thing called bankruptcy rather than any market dynamics here. The Lexus “performance” hybrids haven’t done well either, with their high prices and lack of real performance gains. And Nissan keeps showing the Leaf in public, but cannot apparently make it adjust to our weather. But the one electric car the rest of the world is excited about isn’t even offered in the UAE. That’s the Tesla Model S.

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Tesla Model S electric sedan prototype unveiled

Tesla Model S electric sedan prototype unveiled


Tesla broke into the scene with the promise of an all-electric sports car that was extremely quick and required no petrol whatsoever. They recently fulfilled that promise with the showroom-ready Tesla Roadster, which are already on their way to early buyers. Their latest plan is to offer a more practical car, but with the same ideas of sportiness and efficiency as the Roadster. That new car is the Tesla Model S, and its first prototype was publicly shown in the United States.

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