If you can recall, during the Tesla Semi unveiling event, Tesla also made a surprise (or maybe not…) announcement of the second-generation Tesla Roadster and more crucially, tease something that sets the heart of fans of Tesla and pickup enthusiasts’ heart fluttering. It was a pickup truck. A supersize one, to be exact, shown in a render that had a bed huge enough to swallow a F-150 Supercrew almost whole. Wait. That’s no pickup truck. It’s a truck and if the render was a projection of Elon Musk’s mind, then that thing there is probably of a Unimog class truck. Continue reading Elon Musk Confirms A Tesla Pickup Truck Is In The Pipeline… After Model Y
The release of Tesla’s answer to trucking, the Tesla Semi, may not be so interesting to the average consumer. We were more blown away by the Tesla Roadster 2.0 with its 1.9s 0-60 time and its incredible top speed. Don’t ignore the Tesla Semi just yet, however, because it is one of the most important milestones that will be remembered for years to come. Continue reading What Does The New Tesla Semi Mean For The Future?
For a company who is particularly proud of its battery cell technology, it only makes sense that the company also turns out devices that charge other things other than cars. We are talking about Tesla – the one company that arguably changes the way we look at electric vehicle. For the uninitiated, Tesla is not just about silent, quick accelerating, sexy cars (and now Semis too). Like many automakers before it, it also have a bunch of lifestyle products to keep loyal fans satisfied and among them is, not surprisingly, a power bank. Continue reading Tesla Made A Power Bank That Packs The Same Cell Used On Tesla Vehicles
After devoting three quarter of the time to Tesla Semi at the recent Tesla unveiling, Elon Musk finally revealed the new follow up the original Tesla Roadster called, ermmm, Tesla Roadster. Sporting a wide stance and a suspiciously Corvette-ish/NSX-ish front end, the brand new Tesla Roadster is as sleek as you would have expect from Tesla, or any roadster for that matter. Propelling the vehicle are three motors: one driving the front wheels and two driving the rear wheels. The motors are powered by a 200 kWh battery system that offers an out-of-this-world 620 miles (998 kilometers) range on a single charge… at highway speeds. Continue reading Tesla’s 2nd-Gen Roadster Wows With Sleek Lines And Supercar Performance
So, here it is. The much anticipated Tesla’s answer to trucking, the Tesla Semi, is finally revealed. I am not going to lie. I have not love a semi this much until now. Now, I am not a Tesla fanboy, btw, but this thing here is super sleek and the technology it has to offer would be the yardstick of the future of semis. While aesthetically fabulous, it is, however, secondary. What’s impressive here is what it can really do. For starter, it is faster than your average car, making 0-60 in 5 seconds without a trailer and way, way quicker than any diesel-powered semi. Continue reading Tesla’s Electric Cargo Hauling Truck Has A Supercar Drag Coefficient
A year after the introduction of electric power suppliers’ worst nightmare, the Powerwall Home Battery, Tesla is at it again, these time doubling electric power suppliers’ nightmare by two fold. Not did it introduced a higher capacity home battery, aptly called Powerwall 2, Tesla also unveiled roof tile-replacing solar panels called, well, Solar Roof. The second-generation Powerwall is sleeker, simpler in aesthetic and more importantly, packs in much more than its predecessor. With 14 kWh of storage capacity, this new home battery is capable of storing enough juice to power lights, sockets, and even a fridge in a four bedroom house for the entire day. Continue reading Will Tesla Powerwall 2 And Solar Roof Become Threats To Utility Providers?
Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors has a grand plan to reduce the choke on our lovely planet. Though it started over a decade ago, Tesla’s vision of sustainable transport is beyond the reach of many. Working on limited resources and capital to do what no automaker dares to do, rolling out its first model, the Roadster, which took the world by surprise with stunning aesthetic, performance and range, thus dismissing the notion that electric car is ugly, underperforming and lacks of the range. It was pricey, though, so were the two subsequent mid-volume models, the Model S and Model X. But all that were done was necessary to bring affordable electric car to the masses someday and that someday is today when Elon Musk unveiled electric car for the masses, the Model 3. Continue reading Tesla Model 3 Unveiled And Priced, Production To Begin In Late 2017
Whether you are a Tesla Model S owner or someone who’s yearning for a Tesla ride but don’t have the money, I am sure the Tesla Model S for Kids by Radio Flyer will delight you. I mean, you won’t be able to drive it, but at least your kid will grow up driving daddy’s dream car before he faces the harsh reality of high cost of living and learning that somethings in life are just plain frivolous. Anyways, this kiddie ride is the result of the collaboration between Tesla Motors and Radio Flyer, and boast features and designs that stick closely to its full-size counterparts, including Flight Speed lithium-ion battery technology as opposed to dated lead-acid battery, which boost the ‘range’ of the Tesla Model S mini me and also makes recharging process a little less excruciating. It takes just 3 hours to get the battery to full and it is totally removable so you can swap out the spent battery with a charged up spare so you kids can go on and go. Continue reading Radio Flyer’s Tesla Model S For Kids Charges Like The Real Thing
Sport Utility Vehicle, or SUV is not normally associated with speed, but this one from Tesla Motors, the much anticipated Model X, is about speed, while having the practicality of ferrying up to seven person and loaded with cargo. Thanks its small electric motors, you will cargo space under the hood, in addition the trunk. Speed is not the sole traditional breaking feature; it is also the first SUV with Falcon wing doors, affording an aperture large enough for easy access to the third row even with child seat(s) on the second row. Continue reading Tesla Motors’ Electric SUV Launched, Rockets From 0 to 60 in 3.2 Seconds
In a way, Tesla Motors is like the Apple of the automotive world. It kind of revolutionized the automotive industry by pushing electric cars into the mainstream market. With the success of electric cars behind it, the ambitious and visionary head honcho, Elon Musk, isn’t about to rest on its laurels and continues to push the boundary with home battery and now, realizing a charging solution that we could only described as years ahead of our time. First hinted late last year, the ‘solid metal snake’, as it is referred to, is a flexible charging contraption that’s suppose to extend out from the wall automatically and plugs itself to the electric car to initiate charging without any form of physical intervention on the driver’s part. Continue reading Tesla’s ‘Solid Metal Snake’ Charger is Real, Automatically Move and Plug Itself to Start Charging