Tesla refunded customers who were overcharged up to $71,000 on new cars and gave them $200 to spend at its online store

Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO. Maja Hitij/Getty Images

  • Tesla customers charged twice for a car were refunded their money a week later, CNBC reported.

  • Tesla offered the customers $200 in credit to spend at the company’s online store.

  • The buyers were left with bills of up to $142,000 and were charged for overdraft fees.

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Tesla has refunded customers who were double-charged for new electric cars in mid-March, and has offered them $200 in credit at its online store, six people told CNBC on Wednesday.

Tesla refunded the extra money about a week

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Refreshed Tesla Model S Compared To Lucid Air, MB EQS, Taycan

The Tesla Model S hasn’t really had any true electric rivals over the years, aside from the Porsche Taycan, and arguably the Tesla Model 3 Performance. However, that’s about to change.

Not only is the Model S coming to market in refreshed form, but obvious rivals like the Lucid Air and Mercedes-Benz EQS are planned to come to market later in 2021. The Taycan has been on sale for some time, but Porsche has launched a new, price-competitive base model, and the automaker has plans to launch a Taycan Cross Turismo model in the US this summer.


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Tesla $25,000 electric car: Franz von Holzhausen features in Tesla China chief designer recruitment video

Tesla chief designer Franz von Holzhausen features in a new recruitment video for a chief designer for Tesla China. That person will be expected to lead the design of the automaker’s upcoming $25,000 electric car.

Last year, Tesla announced plans to establish a new R&D and design center in China to build “a Chinese-style” electric car.

Tesla started taking design submissions for its Chinese-made small electric car last summer and started hiring for the program shortly afterward.

The new group within Tesla is expected to, as its first task, design a recently announced $25,000 electric car. It will

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Electric Vehicle Checkpoint: Cramer on Tesla, NIO, Plug Power

General Motors  (GM) – Get Report remains hot as bulls continue to ride the electric vehicle trend higher in the stock.

While Tesla  (TSLA) – Get Report remains the EV king, it’s clear that GM, Ford  (F,) – Get Report and others are coming for the crown. Of course, Tesla may remain atop the throne – but that won’t stop others from trying, wrote TheStreet’s Bret Kenwell

Electric Vehicles will account for three out of five new cars on China’s roads by 2030, according to a forecast by UBS. The Swiss bank expects

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Tesla Model Y 7-Seater Review From A Female Perspective

First things first: We’ve said it in the past, and we’ll say it again, we certainly need more female automotive reviewers, and this is especially true when it comes to those who cover Tesla.

While many women own Tesla vehicles, they seem to be few and far between since most of the popular review channels are dominated by males. We’ll definitely be sharing more content from female Tesla owner Carter Jones in the future.

Jones brings a fresh perspective in this review of the 3-row Model Y, which she was fortunate to test drive recently. Moreover, her channel

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Tesla Raises Prices of Model 3, Y Cars, 4th Price Change of 2021

  • Tesla lifted the prices of its Model 3 Standard Range Plus, Model 3 Long Range AWD, and Model Y Long Range AWD by $500.
  • It also raised the price of its Model 3 Performance by $1,000, to $56,990.
  • It’s the fourth price change of the year for Tesla vehicles.
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Tesla can’t make up its mind on how much its electric vehicles should cost.

Electrek first reported Friday that Tesla had once again hiked up the US prices of its Model 3 and Model Y cars – marking its fourth price change in

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