Tesla Model Y Driver Asleep I-15 California
The driver of a new Tesla Model Y was captured asleep at the wheel on I-15 in California earlier today, and we’re assuming that autopilot with full self-driving capability was enabled. If the latter turns out to be true, it means the vehicle can drive itself from a highway’s on-ramp to off-ramp, including suggesting lane changes, navigating interchanges, automatically engaging the turn signal and taking the correct exit.

Tesla Model S Pickup Truck Teslamino
Photo credit: Teslamino
Elon Musk doesn’t plan on starting full Cybertruck production until mid-2023, which means deliveries probably won’t happen until late next year. Meet the ‘Teslamino’, a custom Tesla Model S pickup truck that should hold any enthusiast over until that time. Its 362 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque isn’t comparable to the Plaid, but more than enough to haul things around town.

Can-Am Maverick UTV Tesla Powered
Don Swadley wanted to modify his Can-Am Maverick UTV, but without all the extra noise that comes with it. So, he opted to replace the original powertrain with a Tesla Model 3 motor powered by 10 Chevrolet Bolt batteries, each of which weigh in at approximately 70-pounds. The conversion did require a plethora of aftermarket parts, including parts from Unplugged Performance as well as EV West.