Tesla on Tuesday unveiled speedy new model electric cars capable of traveling more than 300 miles (482 kilometers) before needing to be recharged.
As the Beijing Auto Show opens to the public April 24, the industry faces both more sobering news and exuberant breakthroughs.
New Tesla Autopilot self-driving capabilities arrive this week with version 7 of Tesla’s software.
Tesla is testing its latest autopilot feature with the electric car’s upcoming semi-autonomous tech being tested by Model S drivers.
Tesla has revealed its Model S 70D, an all wheel drive electric sedan with a starting price of $75,000.
Tesla’s network of superchargers, covering much of the US, can add a 50 percent charge to a Model S battery in just 20 minutes.