Tesla’s new Model S P85D is by all accounts an amazing car… but does it have what it takes to race with a Lamborghini? Millionaire app developer Allen Wong, who is lucky enough to have both the newest Tesla model and a Lamborghini Aventador on hand, decided to race the two cars and then post a video of the results on YouTube. Show More Summary
Self-driving cars are the next big thing in the automotive industry: Tesla's Model S is gaining some "autopilot" functionality early next year, and Google is also looking to partner with car manufacturers to bring its own driverless car to market within the next five years. Show More Summary
Christmas has come early! Our very own bigtruckseriesreview@youtube has sent us his review of the TESLA MODEL S P85D. Enjoy. The post Capsule Review: Tesla Model S P85D appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Shelby American is sending out the fifth-generation Mustang with a new special edition upgrade package for owners of the Shelby GT500. Only 50 examples are being offered, with pricing for the upgrade package starting at $44,995. More rumors have emerged about a new Ford GT supercar. The latest info suggests we’ll see a production version at...
Rumours Porsche was working on an all-electric, four-door sedan to rival the Tesla Model S are apparently untrue. Autocar reported in October that the expected lift-back model, based on the Panamera Sport Turismo concept and dubbed ‘Pajun’ in the press (for ‘Panamera Junior’), would offer an all-electric version. Show More Summary
Your daily dose of short green car news. Today, Renovo's coming to Las Vegas, Nissan's e-NV200 working well as a taxi van and some Australian's take a Tesla Model S on a road trip in the US. Continue reading Recharge Wrap-up: RenovoShow More Summary
There's about to be a ton of used single-motor Tesla Model S electric cars flooding the market. How do we know? Because we just drove the new 2014 Tesla Model S P85D, and every Tesla owner's going to want to trade their car for this thing.http://www.greencarreports.com/news/1094911_t... Read more...
Way back in the summer of 2013, Elon Musk showed off a new piece of tech that could swap the battery of a Tesla Model S in 90 seconds. In one simple move, these battery swap machines made electric cars almost as convenient as their petrol- and diesel-powered brethren. Show More Summary
Last year, Tesla announced new battery swap technology that would give Model S owners the ability to replace their depleted battery with a fully charged one in less time than it takes to fill a gas tank. Tesla is now ready to launch a pilot version of that technology,
After demonstrating the technology over a year ago, Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] will finally launch a pilot program in California to test battery pack swapping for its Model S electric sedan. The swapping site will be located at a facility across the street from the Tesla Supercharger fast-charging site in Harris Ranch, California—184 miles...
It’s official: As of this week, select Tesla Model S owners will be able to swap battery packs in a pilot program along the route between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The pack swaps will take place “at a custom-built facility” across...Show More Summary
Tesla can change the battery pack of a Model S in less than three minutes.
First demoed in 2013, battery swapping will start at a single pilot location in CA.
Have free internet, will travel... if you're a Tesla Model S owner in Australia, at least. Tesla Motors and Telstra, Australia's largest telecommunications and media company, have partnered to bring free internet connectivity to each and every Tesla Model S sold down under.
Today Tesla Motors announced a pilot program to test the battery-swap scheme for its Model S sedans shown off last year.
Tesla has been on a roll lately and now the company has unveiled the next step in its long-term plan to make electric cars the way of the future: A battery swap pilot program that Tesla promises will let you replace your Model S’s battery...Show More Summary
Free charge or a fast battery switch – take your pick Tesla Motors has a Christmas present for a few owners of its Model S all-electric cars, in the form of a pilot program for its new battery-swapping technology beginning in California next week.…