Electric-car maker Tesla has unveiled its first SUV.
It may plug into the wall, but the sensational Tesla Roadster is nobody’s golf cart.
It did not take long for enthusiasts of high-performance cars to redefine the term "going green" as a pejorative.
Could there be a tougher act to follow in the automotive world than the battery-powered Tesla Roadster?
Stuck in the Lotus Position
The noise will not surprise the folks toiling in a strip of auto repair shops here in the San Francisco suburb of Burlingame, Calif.
When the Tesla Roadster goes into production less than a year from now, it will come with a Lotus chassis, a $100,000 price tag, and a zero-to-60-mph time of four seconds.