Tesla Motors CEO, Elon Musk has unveiled the ultra quick, all wheel drive model S P85D. This new model and award winning electric sedan was unveiled at the Hawthorne Airport near Los Angeles, CA. Tesla Model S P85D which stands for dual motor is the same system seen on the Model X.
It was on Twitter that Tesla confirmed their BMW 3- Series rival, an all electric sedan will be called Model 3. Expected to be priced at around $35,000 (INR 21,05,075), the Model 3 will compete with the likes of Mercedes Benz C Class, Audi A4 and BMW 3 Series, while sales are expected to commence sometime in 2017.
Tesla Motors Inc. is in the works of bringing out three new cars to expand their lineup. One will be Tesla Model X SUV positioned alongside the S luxury saloon, and second will be a BMW 3 series competitor. Third one is exciting, a transformable amphibious car.
Elon Musk was present in person to deliver 5 new cars to customers in London. Tesla’s CEO heralded the arrival of right hand drive (RHD) Model S in UK setting pace for quick expansion here over the next 2 years. From an intial store and service centre, by 2014 end more Tesla outlets are expected in UK.
A Tesla Model S owner, who was driving along the Pacific Coast Highway in California earlier this week, caused a traffic jam when he stopped his Model S electric supercar in the middle of the road. Not only he stopped his Tesla Model S in the middle of the road, but he also started dancing without any clothes, in full public view.
Last weekend, specialty manufacturer of high performance vehicles, technical performance parts, Saleen Automotive, Inc. (OTCQB: SLNN) released its Saleen Tesla Model S renderings. Saleen Automotive expects the first Saleen Tesla Model S to be completed during the summer of 2014.
With electric vehicles receiving traction in Europe, Norway is the leading market for EV’s. Norway accounts for 12% of electric vehicles on the road. Renault ZOE made its way to the Olympic stadium in Oslo on Tuesday, March 25, at an event attended by the French ambassador and Norwayâ€™s environment minister.
World’s most famous electric car maker, Tesla Motors announced plans for a proposed battery Gigafactory that will offer employment to a total of 6,500 people. This upcoming plant will be set up at a cost of $5 billion along with partners and battery makers, Panasonic.