Tesla

Founded in 2003, Tesla is the top manufacturer of electric vehicles in the US. Led by billionaire CEO Elon Musk, the automaker upended the industry with the futuristic designs and technology of the Gigafactory, the Model S sedan, the Model X SUV, the mass-market Model 3, and soon, the Model Y compact SUV and the unconventional, Blade Runner-inspired pickup Cybertruck. The company has also experienced a number of growing pains on the path to that status as a leader, including public clashes with government agencies, and it commonly faces questions about its technology, issues with its manufacturing, and the treatment of its workforce. The Verge covers all of Tesla’s product launches and ambitions, including energy generation and storage, and the push towards autonomous cars.

Tesla reportedly doesn’t have enough desks after Musk threatens to fire remote employees

Tesla partners with California utility on virtual power plant

Tesla accused of violating federal law over ‘mass layoffs’ at Gigafactory

This Week in Elon: smashing the irony button

Tesla layoffs reportedly affect hourly workers, too

Self-driving cars crash, too, but figuring out what it means requires much better data

Tesla raises prices, again

Boring Company receives approval for expanding its tunnels to downtown Las Vegas

Elon Musk still wants out of his SEC settlement

US releases new driver-assist crash data, and surprise, it’s mostly Tesla

Tesla files for a three-way stock split to make its shares more affordable

This Week in Elon: Texas gets involved in the Twitter deal for some reason

The federal government’s Tesla Autopilot investigation is moving into a new phase

Ford surprises F-150 Lightning owners with accessory that can recharge stranded Teslas

This Week in Elon: Come back to the office, you’re fired

Tesla’s ‘phantom braking’ problem is getting worse, and the US government has questions

Elon Musk says Tesla’s fake robot might be ready by September 30th

Elon Musk reportedly orders hiring freeze, 10 percent staff reduction at Tesla

Elon Musk reportedly declares remote work ‘no longer acceptable’ at Tesla

Tesla, other EV companies ask for federal investment in heavy-duty truck charging

Apple’s secretive car project loses yet another top executive

Judge rules Tesla can’t hide behind arbitration in sexual harassment case

Now non-Tesla EVs can use its Superchargers in the UK, Spain, Sweden, and Austria

Tesla is ready to take your money for its Semi truck (just don’t ask when you’ll actually get one)

Tesla recalls 130,000 vehicles to fix touchscreen issues caused by an overheating CPU

Tesla reportedly stops production at its troubled Shanghai plant

You can hack Apple CarPlay into a Tesla using �� what else — Android

Ford did what Tesla won’t

Tesla sues former engineer for allegedly stealing its supercomputer’s secrets

Elon Musk may be temporary CEO of Twitter after deal closes, report says

Tesla Model S with motorized tilting screen spotted in the wild

Elon Musk unloads $8.4 billion of Tesla stock to finance Twitter takeover