Tesla shared a new video to its YouTube channel today showcasing the evolution of the company’s Falcon Wing doors from its Model X SUV. The video was originally shared by the company last week on Twitter.
Following the “how it started versus how it’s going” meme, Tesla teases an old prototype of Falcon Wing doors, followed by the current iteration on the Model X.
“Falcon wing doors are designed to proactively detect obstacles that prevent the doors from moving when an obstacle is detected,” explains Tesla.
“Sensors that can sense through metal enable the doors to adjust based on available lateral & vertical space,” notes the company.
“This also provides easy access to the third row of the vehicle, even when you have child seats in the second row!”, said Tesla.
A man accused of stealing renowned tennis player Nick Kyrgios’ Tesla after allegedly threatening his mother with a gun has entered a plea of not guilty. The accused, presently held on remand, is scheduled to return to court on July 18 for a string of charges, including aggravated robbery, furious driving, driving a stolen vehicle, […]
In a bid to entice buyers amid economic uncertainty, heightened competition, and the upcoming redesign of its main model, Tesla Inc has ramped up discounts on some already-produced new Model 3 electric cars. It has also offered discounts on the Model Y, and other models in its U.S. inventory. According to the Tesla website, a […]
Tesla is facing a nationwide class-action lawsuit filed by Model S and Model X owners and lessors, accusing the electric car manufacturer of automatic software updates that allegedly reduce the vehicle’s driving range by up to 20% and, in some cases, cause total battery failure. The software updates, allegedly imposed without consent whenever the vehicle […]