Tesla Model 3 is fastest-selling used car, Chevy Trailblazer hottest new car

A hot new car, also a hot used car.

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Used cars are quickly becoming a far more popular purchase compared to new cars as Americans tighten their belts as the coronavirus pandemic drags on.

But the cars selling quickest are a little surprising. iSeeCars on Tuesday published a study that looked at over 9 million transactions from March through June, from the 2015-2019 model years, to see what cars spent the least of amount of time listed for sale. The top answer is the Tesla Model 3. While the average used car spent 69 days waiting for

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Renaming Tesla Autopilot? That’d be ‘idiotic,’ Elon Musk says

Long live Autopilot, as long as Elon Musk has a say.


Tesla’s Autopilot system receives its fair share of press, positive and negative. On one hand, it’s a sophisticated driving aid for the highway. On the other hand, numerous owners have misused the system with sometimes deadly consequences.

The negative, including a recent lawsuit in Germany banning Tesla from advertising the system, has led to conversation surrounding a possible name change. But that’s not happening if Tesla CEO Elon Musk gets the last word.

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Elon Musk says Tesla Cybertruck has 200,000-plus reservations to its name

If Tesla sticks to its timeline, the Cybertruck will land in late 2021.


For the first time since last year, Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave us an idea of how many people have raised their hand to reserve the wildly futuristic Tesla Cybertruck.

The number is “at least 200,000.” Musk made the comment during an interview with Automotive News on Sunday, and it’s a significantly lower figure than the running total compiled by a crowdsourced list. Fans keeping track of their order numbers estimated that there have been approximately 727,000 reservations for the electric pickup truck. That’s a

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If Tesla Cybertruck fails, CEO Elon Musk has another pickup truck plan

Too weird? Tesla will just build something different.

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In some cheeky comments over the weekend, Tesla CEO Elon Musk detailed his backup plan if the upcoming Cybertruck ends up a loser. It’s not terribly intricate.

In an interview with Automotive News published Sunday, Musk said Tesla will simply build a “normal” and “copycat” sort of pickup, should the Cybertruck fail. The Tesla CEO poked fun at the segment the Cybertruck plans to invade and talked about the numerous trucks on sale. Market research? That was a big nope from Tesla, with Musk saying the company spent zero time

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