Tesla Motors
Tesla plans to support its customers in Europe with a larger network of charging stations and over 30 new service centers and retail stores. The electric car manufacturer said it would rapidly expand the number of Superchargers available across the continent, allowing more Model S owners to quickly refuel their vehicle for free. There are Continue Reading →
iOS in the Car
First the mobile phone, now the car. Having revolutionised personal communication Apple now wants to change the way we drive. The technology group will next week launch its first in-car operating system with Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo as it attempts to take the lead in a fierce race to dominate tomorrow’s smart cars. The breakthrough Continue Reading →
Tesla Motors
Tesla announced plans Wednesday to raise at least $1.6 billion in debt to finance the expansion of its electric car business, develop its upcoming mass market vehicle and build the company’s much anticipated battery plant. The Palo Alto, Calif., company separately released additional details about its plans for the so-called Tesla Gigafactory on its corporate Continue Reading →
Tesla Motors
While likely not committed with the driving of a silver spike, Tesla has completed the first Supercharger line spanning from each coast. This achievement now makes it possible to drive a Tesla Roadster or Model S from LA to NYC, recharging the vehicles exclusively through Superchargers. Best of all, at these stations, Tesla drivers can Continue Reading →
Tesla Motors
Tesla issued a recall on Tuesday on a power adapter that could have a defect which leads to shorting and even fire in some cases. The recall says that the NEMA 14-50 adapters used to charge Model S vehicles could exhibit higher than normal resistance when subject to corrosion, damage or fluctuating outputs of electrical Continue Reading →
The 2014 International CES (January 7-10 in Las Vegas) is around the corner. Thinking back to last year’s show, there were a few trends that stood out: The Goldilocks Screen-size Strategy If the 4″ iPhone screen was too small and the 5.7″ Samsung Galaxy Note screen was too big, perhaps the 4.7″ HTC One screen Continue Reading →