Tesla’s exhibit here is so mobbed, it’s almost impossible to get a photo of the cars, and people are waiting in line to sit in the driver’s seats.
Posts Tagged: Tesla Model S
In this new video, aimed at emergency personnel, rescue experts Brock Archer and Ron Moore explain the special issues faced by first responders to EV accidents.
Tesla’s 2012 Shareholder Letter reads like a bundle of good news for EV fans, but the bean counters on Wall Street are less impressed.
Margaret Sullivan concedes that Broder didn’t use especially good judgment, and “left himself open to valid criticism."
It’s an epic battle, folks, and fight fans are the big winners. The New York Times stands by its statement that Tesla’s super-sedan Model S ran out of juice on a snowy test drive. Tesla says the media behemoth set it up, and staged the whole thing. On the face of it, both scenarios feel wrong…. Read more »
In one corner, America’s newspaper of record! In the other corner, one of our most eloquent entrepreneurs, a man who never shrinks from defending his creations against attacks in the media! This impromptu bout promises much entertainment for EV boosters and bashers alike. The story so far: On February 8, The New York Times published… Read more »
Tesla’s director of Model S programs said that the company’s Fremont, California assembly plant is running at its full rate of 400 vehicles per week (20,000 per year).
Tesla hasn’t said whether or when US customers will be able to buy adapters for CHAdeMO and the new SAE Combo US standard.
Automakers are devoting a lot of effort to making cars lighter these days, and the quest is especially critical for builders of electric vehicles, as less weight can translate into more range…or lower cost. A German research institute called FKA has done a new study, at the behest of a pair of aluminum trade groups,… Read more »
The new stations are located at highway rest areas in Milford CT and Wilmington DE. The company plans to install more stations along the Northeastern corridor in the future.