Danish Motorist Association (FDM) — through its magazine Motor — thought it would be useful for potential EV buyers to compare real-life range of EVs on the market
Beginning in 2022, Audi will offer a Sportback version of its Q4 electric SUV with a 100 kWh battery and 600 kilometers of range.
A new study published by Tesla mod shop Unplugged Performance revealed an impressive 13.3% improvement in efficiency at 70 miles per hour as a result of installing just three bolt-on upgrades on a Tesla Model
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced on Friday that natural gas company Range Resources pleaded no contest to criminal charges for negligent oversight of the Brownlee and Yeager well …
A contributor for AutoBlog has driven the Porsche Taycan 4S on a test loop and says it has over 200 miles of range — nearly 50% more than the EPA estimate.
On its Q3 2019 earnings call, Tesla announced that it would be increasing the range of its Standard Range Plus Model 3 from 240 to 250 miles per charge via a soon-to-be-released software update. According to Tesla, the company was able to achieve the increase with “more efficient energy use rather than a costly increase to the battery size.”
Opponents of fracking have, however, won one big victory since then … and seeing the effect of its pollution: the industrial waste, the bad air, the noise, and the constant low thumping vibrations …
We still don’t have much info on the Volkswagen ID.3, but we have a little bit to go on regarding price and range. The base version of the ID.3 is supposed to be under €30,000. I’m assuming that means just under, so will round up to €30,000. The “up to” (idealistic) WLTP range on that trim is 330 km (205 miles). How do these figures compare to the Nissan LEAF and Hyundai Kona
For those of you who have followed the Norway Tesla registration statistics this quarter, it has been very slow since the end of quarter flurry in June. Tesla delivered most of its shipments in June and the country has been waiting for a ship since then
Editor’s note: Aside from the points made in the article below, something that I think non-Tesla drivers can’t appreciate (until they experience it in a Tesla) is Tesla’s navigation system for road trips. The brilliant navigation system plans out your trip and tells you where to charge and for how long. I drove a Model S from Poland to Paris and back, and my conclusion after (or during) the trip was that this navigation system actually made the journey simpler and less stressful than it would have been in a gasoline or diesel vehicle