Uncle Sam vs. Union Jack. Preferred ride of Silicon Valley vs. James Bond’s go to whip. Up start futurism vs. old world elegance. Pebble Smartwatch vs. Rolex. Something American vs. Something English… Continue reading
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.
Tesla Motors just posted a video that visually goes through the components and advantages of the vehicle. The video is also broken down into smaller ‘bite-sized’ videos highlighting certain focused aspects of the car. I would have embedded the videos directly into this post, but unfortunately that is not currently a possibility. Check the links for the actual videos.
We’ve received questions from guests about how spacious a Model S is, specifically the rear seats, and I’ve generally compared it to some of the other larger luxury sedans, like an S-Class Mercedes (Mercedes and Tesla have more in common than you’d think…). Tesla Trips is participating in some upcoming local events at which you’ll be able to see the spaciousness for yourselves. Continue reading
Electric Vehicles have just as many myths behind them as the JFK assassination, Roswell and Elvis… combined. That could be a slight over estimate, but it’s not far off. One area that has created a lot of rumors is how an electric vehicle behaves in an accident. While there are all sorts of great safety designs built into Electric vehicles (plus not having ~15 gallons of highly flammable fuel in them helps too), the myths persist. I just came across a great video that highlights the safety features of electric vehicles. It’s designed to educate first responders for what to do in the event of an accident involving an electric vehicle.
American startup Vs. American goliath. Electric power house vs. Eco marketing contraption. Motor Trend Car of The Year of 2013 Vs. Motor Trend Car of The Year of 2011. I think you can guess how this ends… I am wondering where all of the engine rumbling in the video is coming from though? Because I’m pretty sure it’s neither of these vehicles…
Good afternoon, it appears BMW isn’t the only one having to worry about Model S at the race track… The Model S takes off and the Dodge Viper SRT is banished to the Tesla’s rear view (camera) mirror… Now this isn’t the latest generation of the Viper, but still quite an impressive feat. This video was shared with me thanks to Brammo’s twitter page.
Motor Trend just announcer their Car of The Year Award… Guess who won. Congratulations to Tesla Motors!
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.