Tag: Tesla

This Might Be the Edgiest Tesla Upgrade Yet

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Design-wise, it’s hard to find fault with the Tesla Model S. Its looks are sophisticated, clean, and safe…maybe too safe. Thankfully, one UK startup has taken the Tesla’s subdued design, and given it an edgy upgrade. Continue Reading »

Is the Tesla Model X P90D More Powerful than Model S P90D?

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Being an SUV, it might seem that the Model X would be a slower car than the quarter-mile happy Model S sedan. After all, the newest Tesla is a little over 600 pounds heavier, has the same electric motors, and the same amount of power. But some new stats paint a different picture of the two electric vehicles. Continue Reading »

Tesla, Please Build this Model R Hypercar

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We won’t string you along; this stunning shape is not the latest creation of Tesla Motors’ electric vehicle design center, but we wish it were. Rather, this sleek hypercar shape is the design work of UK graphic artist Khyzyl Saleem, and it’s frankly extraordinary. On Facebook, Saleem notes that the California-based EV automaker has yet to offer a true supercar or hypercar model, despite previously selling the Tesla Roadster sports car. Continue Reading »

Cheaper Tesla Model S 60 and 60D Now Available

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Elon Musk has been talking about more a affordable Tesla for quite a bit. And while his definition of ‘affordable’ tends to differ from that of the average person, he is true to his word; two new lower cost models have arrived. And no, I’m not talking about the Model 3. Continue Reading »

Tesla Model S and Lexus IS F Duke it Out on the Drag Strip

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Drag races are fun, obviously. And our friends at Bay Area Racing have no shortage of great drag racing videos, which makes for an easy way to waste a few minutes on a Saturday morning. That being sad, this one is definitely worth watching all the way through. Continue Reading »

All-New Tesla Roadster Will Be Faster, Bigger, And Very Different

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If you missed out on buying the first-generation Tesla Roadster, the California EV automaker’s first production car, don’t fret; an all-new Roadster is on the way, and it’s said to be both faster and larger than its forefather.  Continue Reading »

10 New Trucks and SUVs for the Driving Enthusiast

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Traditionally, “fun” cars haven’t always been practical. The inverse is also true, “practical” cars aren’t always fun, though there are exceptions. This becomes ever apparent when you go to pick up lumber in a Mini Cooper S or need to squeeze extra passengers in a Mazda MX-5. It’s just not happening.  Continue Reading »

Chevrolet ‘Jolt’ Makes the Case For An Affordable Electric Coupe

TRU 140S, one of Chevrolet's concept vehicles from the 2012 North American International Auto Show is a front-wheel-drive, “affordable exotic” four-seat sporty coupe. The sleek, sculptural, three door hatchback TRU 140S was designed to be an attractive yet affordable sports car. Shown with matte white with Chevy performance chrome wheels with crossflag emblems, the TRU 140S looks confident, expensive and fast.

Yesterday someone with too much time on their hands launched a website dedicated to the new Chevrolet Jolt EV (ChevyJoltEV.com). One problem: the Chevrolet Jolt EV doesn’t exist, it’s a clever idea thought up by a marketing guy—that doesn’t work for Chevy, mind you—in hopes that execs would see his plea and immediately order the project. Continue Reading »

GM is Directly Preventing Tesla From Selling Vehicles

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Tesla is having a hard time rolling out its “direct-to-consumer” sales strategy across the country. The biggest issue being competition—or rather, GM’s fear of competition. In a recent report by Elektrek, GM is outright blocking Tesla from selling vehicles in Connecticut, and possibly elsewhere. Continue Reading »

2017 BMW i3 EV Gets 50 Percent More Driving Range

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The growing electric vehicle market presents an arms race of sorts for today’s automakers, where the weapon is ever-improving battery technology and the war is to clamp down on the inherent EV range anxiety.  Continue Reading »