Understandably, everyone is focusing on the incredible acceleration of Tesla’s new Model S P100D – 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds – but what is even more interesting, to me at least, is that the Model S is now the first all-electric car with over 300 miles of range. We are talking about an…
A video that follows up to a previous video from Wired. This clip highlights the different approach that Tesla takes to manufacturing. A philosophy, that looks forward to the future of sustainable transportation. Bringing the advances of heavy automation with the originality that comes from a strong human element.
Just came across this short video from Wired about the Tesla Motors factory in Fremont, California. I toured the factory in early May of this year. If you ever have the opportunity to check out the factory, I highly recommend it. Tesla Motors’ ability to constantly tweak and innovate in their products is a much needed change in the automobile industry. Taking lessons from the tech startup world and applying them to manufacturing is refreshing to see. It seems almost alien by the fact that is happening not only in the U.S., but in California as opposed to Detroit. Continue reading
via Megafactories Tesla Model S (English) – YouTube.
Some of the most amazing features about the Tesla Motors Model S are things that you’ll never even be able to see. This video from National Geographic’s Megafactories goes through the design and manufacturing of Model S. The video covers many of the things that makes it stand out from it’s competitors. Whether that’s comparing it’s technology and range like all electric competitors: the Nissan Leaf or the electric Ford Focus. As well as the more refined and more well known brands like BMW… The Model S has proven itself as an EV and as a luxury sedan. Enjoy.