Electric Production Car Series is an upcoming racing championship featuring the world’s first Tesla race car. The car used for the series is a Model S P100D that has been optimized for competing. Electric GT, the series’ owner, continues working and planning for the championship’s inaugural season.

Here’s an innovation that is long overdue, Dog Mode. Tesla recently rolled out this feature that lets you leave your dog in the car safely and leaves a message on screen to let passers by that everything is ok.

Here is an interesting look at the current state of the electric vehicle market with some cogent thoughts on the future of the internal combustion engine. It looks like 2023 could be an interesting year indeed.

I will add that, as I was recently in the market for a new car, I did not want to buy another gas powered sedan and a Tesla (or other EV) still seemed too expensive.

I often dream of the day when I can put my car on auto-pilot and do something productive while I find myself stuck on the DC Beltway. To many, this technology seems far fetched, but Tesla owners have a little taste of the future.

In this Facebook livestream, Robert Scoble demonstrates the particulars of his Tesla in self-driving mode in the legendary traffic corridor of Silicon Valley and fields questions from the audience.