Drove in, drove out.
Tesla: Powered by America, Built for Sweden...err, Speedin’!
Why did the car keep going after it hit the semi? It went through two fences and hit a power pole. Shouldn’t its collision avoidance systems have at least registered it hitting the fences if not going under the semi?
Jalopnik’s coverage of this crash, as well as Alissa Walker’s bullshit blog post still left me without answers.
The styling of Tesla models are solely American in that Airstream Trailer way we know and love. Let’s be honest, for the price class the interior materials and build quality are a bit under the competition, so the value is held entirely within the performance and feature made available at their price points. The…
This video is portrait. I don’t know what they were thinking. You have been warned.
Design Details! A while back we asked which were the best/worst/most distinctive automotive grilles; today, let’s analyze cars without grilles. Whether electric or a ‘bottom-breather’ design, plenty of cars have had a lack of openings carved out of their front fascias, but which ones have been particularly pretty,…
What if one had loads of money and the inclination to spend it in an unusual way?
1: Cadillac Cien conept
Tesla just launched a new referral program.
I’m constantly surprised, it seems these days, at the amount of research that writers go through before they even pick up a
mouse. It makes sense. I mean, even when setting a story in the real world a writer has to look at things like street names, local history & businesses, and the culture of the area’s…
I get it.
Has anyone seen this? Can anyone confirm? Apparently there is a Model 3 driving around in California.
There has been much misinformation floating around about the Plug-In Electric Drive Vehicle Credit, U.S. Code § 30D - how it works, how the credit is applied, who qualifies, the amount, the phase out period, and so on. Before reading my explanation, if you want, you can read the IRS explanation here and the law itself