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
There is going to be a new Audi A4 commercial coming out soon that was filmed in downtown Richmond, VA. Also Tesla has just leased an old furniture store right around the corner (literally walking distance) from my apartment for a potential 2nd store in VA if the VADA and the DMV would get their heads out of their…
These guys were driving around in the parking lot at my office like this.
Take a look below at some guy bringing his Tesla Roadster to a local autocross event. With the Models 3/X/S making all of the headlines, this guy still keeps the Roadster model alive and well with some fairly-decent driving.
a lot of writers, I
distill certain techniques and witticisms. In this case, I’m borrowing from Team Four Star: Someone better pick up that phone, because I f*cking called it. And by it, I mean how the current deal with autonomous cars is rapidly becoming like the anime eX-Driver.
I think Tesla is being intentionally subversive with the front end design. There are better ways to design a car without a prominent front grille, but the Model 3 actually has a very visible design element around the bumper that denotes where the grille should be. I think Tesla actively wants everyone who glances at a…
One of the earliest things I’ve learned about my girlfriend is that her dream car is a Model S. And with me recently jumpstarting my career AND the release of the Model 3, it became a very very very real possibility that within two years time, I’ll be able to comfortably afford a very well equipped Model 3.
1 APR , 2016
Woo, might as well join in the fun. I just heard that the Tesla Model 3 will have suicide rear doors. Rumors are just rumors until they’re not, but that would be a fun one that I hope is true.
In the age of leaks due to smart phones / internet / nosey people / Snowden’s you’d think we’d have at least one leaked image or special detail. But no, we’ve got nothing. What is happening to the world?!? Since when do we have to wait until the actual event to see the unveiling of a product? Hogwash I say..
We have 2 big Tesla service centers here in Houston. A parts dude that we know got hired at one and stopped by a little while ago to show off a P85D. He mentioned that there is a Model S driving around town that was declared a total loss (collision) BUT some body shop in town was able to fix it....
This is truly a heart-breaking situation. You’ve just been reunited with the Tesla Model S you’ve been waiting to drive in Singapore ever since you first laid eyes on it in Hong Kong—and you get hit with an emissions tax. Say wwhhhaaattttt?!
Juan Barnett's post of a rendering of a race-spec Tesla Model S got me thinking; can the Model S be realistically adapted for production-based touring car racing? How much must the car be altered to meet regulations? How will the electric motor's performance be matched with competing internal-combustion engines? …
Cars and Coffee is typically so boring that going there just to look at cars quickly loses its appeal after about thirty seconds of hanging around a parking lot where you can admire ten of the exact same Audi S4s only so much. If something you never see—like a McLaren P1—isn’t at the event, there’s not much of a…