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Archive for the ‘Tesla Model S’ Category

PostHeaderIcon West Wing Actress Not Happy With Tesla After her Husband’s Model S Catches on Fire

The Husband of a “West Wing” actress Mary McCormack was sitting in traffic when his Tesla Model S suddenly begin to spew fire from underneath the driver’s side. He was flagged by another driver and pulled over, avoiding any injury, but the actress has decided to play the drama card and send a little heat Tesla’s way.

PostHeaderIcon Tesla is Slowing Its Deliveries in Norway Because of Incompetent Truck Drivers

500-mile range towing 80,000 pounds

Norway may be home to the biggest volume of Tesla owners in the world, but if you ask the automaker, it might also be home to the world’s largest number of dangerous truck drivers. That’s largely the reason why Tesla is slowing down deliveries in its biggest market per capita because, according to reports, the company has had serious issues delivering its vehicles because the trucks that are being used to deliver the cars to their dealerships are either incapable of doing so or have negligent drivers behind the wheel.

PostHeaderIcon Tesla is Slowing Its Deliveries in Norway Because of Incompetent Truck Drivers

500-mile range towing 80,000 pounds

Norway may be home to the biggest volume of Tesla owners in the world, but if you ask the automaker, it might also be home to the world’s largest number of dangerous truck drivers. That’s largely the reason why Tesla is slowing down deliveries in its biggest market per capita because, according to reports, the company has had serious issues delivering its vehicles because the trucks that are being used to deliver the cars to their dealerships are either incapable of doing so or have negligent drivers behind the wheel.

PostHeaderIcon Pops’ Rants: All This Hype about Tesla Outselling German Luxury Cars in Europe Is Misleading

Tesla has been offering mass-production electric cars for six years now, and it’s safe to say that Elon Musk’s company is doing great. Sure, the Model X came a bit late and Tesla is still struggling to put the Model 3 on the assembly line, but the carmaker’s EVs are becoming increasingly popular, especially in Europe.

Norway continues to be Tesla’s second largest market after the U.S., where the Model S actually climbed atop the all-popular Volkswagen Golf. More recently, the Model S also began outselling German luxury sedans like the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and BMW 7 Series in Europe for the very first time. It’s a big deal, and I can understand why most outlets are going crazy about it, but all this talk about Tesla ripping the Germans to shreds is misleading.

For starters, this has happened before in the U.S. I know, the U.S. is Tesla’s home turf, and it’s easier to sell cars here rather than export them to Europe, but it’s a valid precedent. Second, and what everyone seems to be missing, the Model S is not a competitor for the Mercedes S-Class, BMW 7 Series, and Audi A8. It’s actually more the size of theE-Class, 5 Series, and Audi A6, something Elon Musk himself stressed a while back. Here’s why this is important.

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We’re Looking at Different Sales Figures


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“Mercedes sold more than 120,000 E-Class models in 2017 or about 750 percent more than the Model S”

With sales of more than 16,000 units in 2017, the Model S is indeed above the S-Class and 7 Series, which moved 13,359 and 11,735 units last year, respectively. No argument here! However, if we compare the Tesla to the cars it actually goes against, things aren’t exactly spectacular. For instance, Mercedes-Benz sold in excess of 120,000 E-Class models in 2017, or about 750 percent more than the Model S. Simply put, the Germans sold more sedans in the last two months of 2017 than Tesla did throughout the entire year. Moving over to the BMW 5 Series, the firm delivered almost 110,000 examples in 2017, again, far more than the Model S. Believe it or not, it’s not that unbelievable…

Before you say anything, I’m well aware that the Model S is far more expensive than the E-Class and 5 Series and that it’s sticker puts it in S-Class and 7 Series territory. But, at the same time, the S-Class isn’t a luxury car. It has all the cool gadgets, but is by no means as fancy as the German flagship models. If we take all of this into account, the comparison becomes rather pointless. It’s just a reason to poke at the Germans for falling behind an electric car. Or a reason to feel good about ourselves for trying to save the planet.

Well, the fact of the matter is that we’re not saving anything. Some 16,000 expensive electric cars sold in Europe in 2017 won’t help the ozone layer.

Stop Fooling Yourselves


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“At most, Tesla is mainstream in Norway, where wages are among the highest in Europe”

Then there’s all this talk about Tesla finally becoming mainstream. Well no, that’s not what’s happening here. At most, Tesla is mainstream in Norway, where wages are among the highest in Europe and where people have been buying electric cars and hybrids in large numbers for many years. A few tens of thousands of Model S in Europe make no difference among hundreds of millions of gasoline or diesel vehicles.

I know I’ve said this before, but Tesla will become mainstream when it starts offering affordable cars that the average Joe can buy. And I’m not talking about the Model 3, which will cost $35,000 bone stock and close to $50,000 with all the desirable features. It will happen when Tesla provides a roomy sedan that can be had for as low as $25,000 and maybe a hatchback at around $20,000 before options.

It will probably happen when batteries become better and cheaper in a few years, but Tesla won’t be alone on the market when that happens. Every important automaker will have at least a couple of EVs in two years or so and the market will get really tough. Tesla has done great things so far, but a big automaker with factories all around the world is more capable of providing affordable cars. We need to keep this in mind every time we read some new hype about the Model S outselling slow-selling vehicles in certain markets.

References


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Read our full review on the 2017 Tesla Model S.


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PostHeaderIcon Believe it or Not, the Tesla Model S is Outselling German Flagships in Europe!

In a surprising turn of events that not a lot of people saw coming this quickly, the Tesla Model S has shaken up the establishment after outselling some of its German rivals in Europe in 2017. The sudden twist comes as a surprise to a lot of people, even to those who have been bullish on the Model S’ ability to compete against models like the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes S-Class, and Audi A8. It’s one thing to outsell these luxury sedans in the U.S. because that’s already happening. But over in Europe, where these German titans are supposed to hold court? Big difference.


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“According to the company’s figures, sales of the Model S in the Old Continent spiked 30 percent to 16,132 units in 2017”

Market researcher JATO Dynamics revealed Tesla’s surprising sales surge in Europe. According to the company’s figures, sales of the Model S in the Old Continent spiked 30 percent to 16,132 units in 2017. That total is a few car-lengths ahead of the Mercedes S-Class, which saw sales grow three percent to 13,359 units and a long way ahead of the BMW 7 Series, which saw a 13-percent tumble in sales with 11,375 units sold. The numbers are telling considering that it wasn’t that long when these same European automakers were thumbing their nose at Tesla’s vision of an all-electric car grabbing a foothold in this segment.

Felipe Munoz, an analyst with market researchers JATO Dynamics, told Autonews that this is not something that companies like BMW and Mercedes can brush aside anymore. “This is an alarm for the traditional automakers such as Mercedes,” he said. “It says a smaller but smarter brand such as Tesla can beat them at home.”

Tesla’s success in Europe isn’t just limited to the Model S as even the Model X has taken the market by storm. Sales of the electric SUV reached 12,000 units in 2017, a figure that put it on equal terms with the Porsche Cayenne, arguably the most popular premium SUV in the market today, and well ahead of the BMW X6, which sold around 10,000 units last year.


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“Sales of EVs in the country spiked to record highs in 2017, opening up a staggering 52-percent market share in the country.”

To no one’s surprise, Norway contributed the most to Tesla’s success story in Europe last year. Sales of EVs in the country spiked to record highs in 2017, opening up a staggering 52-percent market share in the country.

As trends go, Tesla’s appeal in Europe should only increase over time. That’s why, according to Munoz, the European automakers need to act fast to get back pieces of that market share pie. “European automakers need to address electrification faster because customers are showing more and more interest in such vehicles and it seems that the traditional industry “can’t deliver on time,” he said.

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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Woes: Model S and X Orders Delayed Again, This time Due to “Backlog”

The Tesla Model 3 might be sealing headlines these days, but the Model S sedan and Model X SUV are still as popular as ever. That seems to be causing issues with Tesla’s order books and production process.

Tesla announced this week that both The Model S and X are backlogged and new orders will take between four and five months to fulfill. That’s a huge increase over the standard one-month wait time Tesla customers have recently grown accustomed to.

These wait time are apparently only for U.S. customers, however. Tesla’s California assembly plant is responsible for producing the world’s supply of Model S, X, and 3s. One theory proposed by electrek.com suggests Tesla is taking this time fulfill a backlog of orders from its global markets.

On the flip side, Tesla says current Tesla owners inside the U.S. can expect to receive their pre-ordered Model 3 within three weeks, skipping the long line of Model 3 pre-orders from would-be first-time Tesla owners.

However, things get worse when considering the U.S. government’s sun-setting of the $7,500 tax credit on EV vehicles slated for the next few months. That translates into the loss of Uncle Sam’s $7,500 tax rebate credit and a $7,500 more expensive EV.

While that might not be a big deal to those shelling out $100,000 for a loaded Model S or X, $7,500 is a decent percentage of the Model 3’s $35,000 starting price.

References


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PostHeaderIcon Does a Convertible Tesla Model S Sound Enticing?

Don’t look now, but Ares Design might remain relevant in the ever-changing news cycle in the coming months. The Italian coachbuilder made headlines last week when it announced plans to develop a modern-day version of the Ferrari 412. Now it’s back in our feed with what looks to be another project in the fold, this time for the Tesla Model S. If you’ve been pining to see a convertible version of the Model S, you can stop begging Tesla to do one. Ares will do it for you.


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“Once the convertible Model S is built, Ares expects it to cost around the same as the shooting brake version”

Ares’ plan for a convertible Model S isn’t even the first Tesla project it’s undertaken. The company is in the final stages of developing a shooting brake version of the electric sedan. It’s even said that the model will be available sometime in the next few months at a price of around $250,000 to $310,000 per unit.

Given its timetable, we can assume that the development of the convertible Model S will take begin once the shooting brake model hits the market. We know very little about it at this point, but the sketches do show an interesting design that past convertible Model S projects did not have. Look closer, and you’ll notice that Ares’ adopted for a two-door convertible design, a departure from the version NCE developed back in 2015.

Even if it’s still a design sketch, there’s something appealing about Ares’ version of a convertible Model S. For one, it looks more like a natural convertible, largely because of the disappearance of the two rear doors. The soft-top roof also gives it a classy vibe, though the company did say that a hard-top convertible is also in the pipeline. Once the convertible Model S is built, Ares expects it to cost around the same as the shooting brake version. If you’re interested in getting one, you’ll need to prepare for the financial windfall as early as now.

But if you’re like me who simply wants to admire it, sit back, and enjoy whatever Ares does with its sketches. Given its history as a coachbuilder, I’ve no doubt it’s going to be special.

References

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PostHeaderIcon You Can Rent A Tesla In Minneapolis For Super Bowl Week

Normally, if you wanna drive around in a new Tesla for a little while, you gotta have a trusting friend with one already parked in his or her driveway. Now, one rental company in Minnesota is offering folks a shot at experiencing a Tesla first-hand by renting them out during Super Bowl week.

Continue reading for the full story.

The Full Story


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Thanks to its silent-running motors and low-end all-electron torque shove, driving a Tesla is most definitely an interesting and unique experience. The badge carries quite a bit of clout, which has prompted a variety of rental companies to offer the California-sourced EVs as their exclusive brand. Trevls is one such company, and now the Minneapolis-based firm is setting up shop at the Mall of America to push its 20-Tesla strong fleet out to visitors in town for the Big Game.

Pricing ranges between $195 per day for the Model S sedan, while the Model X sport utility vehicle is $350 per day. Funny enough, Trevls is even offering rental by the hour, which is perfect for anyone looking to take a Tesla for a test drive.


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“Finding a Model S parked inside the Mall of America is a bit of a windfall for Tesla, as the company has been vying to get a location there to tempt potential buyers.”

Finding a Model S parked inside the Mall of America is a bit of a windfall for Tesla, as the company has been vying to get a location there to tempt potential buyers. However, state law stipulates car sales must be done through a dealer, which is a sales model Tesla refuses to adopt, instead preferring direct sales. However, a rental company offering hour-long rates circumvents the issue entirely.

As a reminder, the current Tesla Model S comes in three different flavors, including the 275-mile 75D, the 351-mile 100D, and the top-trim 337-mile P100D. That last model manages an incredible run to 60 mph in just 2.3 seconds. Meanwhile, the Model X features seating for up to seven passengers, Falcon Wing doors, and 295 miles per charge.

References

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Read our full review on the 2017 Tesla Model S.

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PostHeaderIcon Survey: Ford Mustang, Tesla Top List Of Most Desirable Cars of Average Americans

A recent survey conducted by marketing agency Digital Third Coast and automotive products company Golden Eagle revealed the average car tastes of most Americans. The survey had some predictable results, most notably the Ford Mustang staking claim as the often-stated “dream car” among most Americans. Surprisingly, though, Tesla came in second, followed by a Jeep, a Corvette, and a Camaro.

The sample size of the survey is small – only 2,000 Americans participated – relative to the study’s topic, but it did paint a seemingly accurate picture of the car tastes of most Americans. It’s not surprising that baby boomers still long to own a Chevrolet Corvette while Gen-Xer’s are still captivated by the mystique of the Chevrolet Camaro. For their part, millennials identified Tesla as their dream cars, an understandable answer considering that they’re literally coming into adulthood at the same time as Tesla is coming into its own as a legitimate automaker.

The survey also revealed that Tesla has a foothold in the Northwest, Southwest, and Pacific as the dream car among Americans living in those regions. The Mustang is well-represented by folks in the Midwest and Southeast while those living in the Mountain regions surprisingly identified the Range Rover over any kind of Jeep as their dream cars.

Tesla continues to pop up at various times in the survey, but there is a good bit of irony in the revelation that most people who identified themselves as “not knowledgeable” about cars chose the electric car maker as their dream car. It’s likely that they identify Teslas, whether it’s the Model S, Model X, or Model 3, as the cars of the future, in large part because of the company’s status as a pioneer in electrification and autonomous driving technology. These people are less captivated by the mechanical and technical intricacies of a car as they are about the possibility of going to work while the car drives them there autonomously.

On the flip side, those who identified themselves as “car experts” chose the Mustang as their dream car. Hardly a surprise there, either.

References


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Read our full review on the 2018 Ford Mustang.


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PostHeaderIcon New Year’s Special: Best Vehicle for Party Hopping

Traditionally, New Year’s is about spending time with family and friends. It’s about social gatherings, where many people dance, eat, drink alcoholic beverages, and watch or light fireworks at midnight. But some people spend the night traveling from house to house to attend more than just one party. It’s called party hopping, and it can be a great deal of fun if you’re not into spending the entire night indoors. But while spending time with family and friends indoors doesn’t require much planning beyond shopping and cooking, spending New Year’s Eve the party hopping way requires a car. And, a large one I may add because people are usually doing this in larger groups.

Yes, that’s what this New Year’s special is all about: the perfect car to spend New Year’s Eve on the go.

Spending the entire evening on the road with friends means you need a vehicle with plenty of seating. Luggage room shouldn’t be an issue since there’s not much to haul around, but I’m ruling out sports cars and vehicle that can’t provide seating for at least five people. The more, the merrier seems to be the essential rule of party hopping, so don’t look for McLarens and Ferraris on this list. Now let’s have a closer look at the options below.

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Chrysler Pacifica


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“The Pacifica provides seating for up to seven people”

Yes, minivans are the first vehicles that come to mind. They provide seating for several people and they’re relatively comfortable. There are plenty of options available out there but I went with a classic, the Chrysler Town & Country. Okay, so the Town & Country is no longer into production, but the Pacifica is essentially the same thing. Now with a modern exterior design and state-of-the-art tech inside the cabin, the Pacifica provides seating for up to seven people. I’d say seven people on the go are enough to get a party started. The Pentastar V-6 engine is plenty powerful at 287 horsepower and 262 pound-feet to get the vehicle moving when fully loaded and there’s even a hybrid version that will help you keep fuel costs down. But the Pacifica comes with one downside. Chrysler has yet to introduce an all-wheel-drive option so things might become tricky if you get a lot of snow on New Year’s.

Read our full review on the 2017 Chrysler Pacifica

Chevrolet Express / GMC Savana


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“The Express is one of the roomiest passenger vans out there”

Yes, the Chevrolet Express is a dinosaur that was launched all the way back in 1995 and gained a facelift in 2003. But despite being a few good decades old, the Express is one of the roomiest passenger vans out there, offering seating for 12 people in standard guise and 15 with the optional seats. Sure, it’s actually a truck rather than a van, and it can be noisy and not too comfortable, but it’s a good option is the weather is bad due to its ride height and powerful engines. And it has some modern tech too, like a rear vision camera and built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi. If you don’t fancy the Chevy badge, you can always go for GMC’s equivalent, the Savana.

Chevrolet Spark


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“An option for the smaller groups”

Yes I know, jumping from the massive Express to the tiny Spark is awkward to say the least, but I’m including this car here as an option for the smaller groups. And why the Spark and not a different subcompact you ask? Simple! This tiny Chevy comes standard with a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot. Even in its most affordable trim. Being so small, there’s nothing much you can do inside the cabin, especially when all five seats are taken, so you can at least entertain yourself until you reach the next destination.

Read our full review on the 2017 Chevrolet Spark

Toyota Sequoia Limited


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“The Sequoia is the perfect vehicle if you want a proper rear-seat entertainment system”

Speaking of in-cabin entertainment, which is crucial if your party hopping even includes traveling long distances, the Toyota Sequoia seems to be the perfect vehicle if you want seating for eight, good shoulder and headroom, and a proper rear-seat entertainment system. The Japanese SUV comes with a nine-inch flip-down screen, a Blue-Ray unit, two wireless headphones, an audio system, a 115-volt AC power outlet, and two RCA jacks. The only downside is that you can only get these in the from the options list, but at least the Sequoia is more affordable than the Land Cruiser or the Cadillac Escalade. Of course, all-wheel-drive and all-terrain capability are a given.

Read our full review on the 2017 Toyota Sequoia Limited

Tesla Model S


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“The only sedan that can provide seating for more than five people”

The Model S needs no introduction. It’s all-electric, it’s powerful, and it’s fast. What’s it doing on this list? Well, it’s basically the only sedan that can provide seating for more than five people. Specifically, you can add two more seats behind the second row. Sure, these are actually located in the trunk, and their rear-facing layout is far from ideal, but hey, you can travel with six more friends without having to burn gasoline or diesel in a big van or SUV. You also get all-wheel-drive to help you avoid getting stuck in the snow. And, you can brag about how you’re helping reduce greenhouse gas at the dinner table.

Read our full review on the 2017 Tesla Model S.

Chevrolet Brookwood


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“The Brookwood had had three benches for a 3+3+3 configuration”

For my the next car on my list, we’re going to forget about 2017 and travel back to the late 1950s. That’s when Chevrolet introduced the Brookwood, a station wagon that shared underpinnings with the more iconic Bel Air, Impala, and Nomad. Don’t worry if you haven’t heard about it. This car was built from 1958 to 1961 only and then briefly revived from 1969 to 1972. The cool thing about this Chevy is that it came with a third-row seat option, which increases seating capacity from six to nine. Yup, the Brookwood had had three benches, including the one up front, for a 3+3+3 configuration. And that’s exactly why I’m including on this list. It’s more compact than a van, but it has room for nine. Granted, it’s a few decades old, and you might have trouble starting the motor if temperatures are below zero, and it might not be the best vehicle to drive in the snow, but you’d look really cool in it. And given the huge wheelbase and the wide body, there’s plenty of room to throw a party inside before reaching the next destination.

Volkswagen Bus


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“The Volkswagen Bus is the ultimate party hopping van”

Known as the Type 2, T1, Transporter, Microbus, and Camper, the Volkswagen Bus is the ultimate party hopping van. It might not have all the fancy technology and convenience features, but it has that special vibe. Call me a hippie, but I’d take a Bus over a modern SUV or van any day of the week. And, before you call it small and cramp, the Bus is can provide seating for up to 12 people, so it’s second only to the massive Chevrolet Express on this list. There is a downside though, it’s four-cylinder engines are tiny and not so powerful, so your party won’t move between houses too fast. But hey, it was good enough for The Who. And Scooby Doo.

Your Choice?

So, are doing any party hopping this year? What vehicle are you using? Let me know in the comments section below!

PostHeaderIcon Elon Musk Delivers Easter Eggs for Christmas with Latest Tesla Software Update

A new OTA update rolled out to Tesla Vehicles in the days before Christmas, and wouldn’t you know it – there was a hidden Easter Egg built into the update. Last year, we had the synchronized light show on the Model X, but Musk went a little more complicated this year and replaced the Model S on the main display with an image of Santa and his sleigh. It went even a step further with cars shown on either side being replaced by reindeer and the turn signals being replaced by Jingle Bells. If you haven’t accessed Santa Mode on your Tesla yet, it’s not that hard. Just access the slider or say “Ho Ho Ho” through voice command and you’ll see the fat man himself pop up and prepare to guide you through traffic.. or uh… reindeer that is. Check out Elon’s tweet, a couple of images, and a video showing it all down below.

The Initial Tweet

So much for making people look for the eggs, though.






And…. A Video for Those Without a Tesla


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PostHeaderIcon British Shop Creates First Tesla Model S Shooting Brake

For a company that was founded less than 15 years ago, Tesla is definitely doing great things for the auto industry. Its cars are the quickest and most powerful mass-produced EVs you can buy, their range is also segment-leading, while the Supercharger network makes owning and driving one a lot easier. On the flipside, Tesla current lineup is very limited, as it includes only two sedans and an SUV. A two-door sports car and a semi truck are underway, but Elon Musk’s company doesn’t have plans for more utilitarian body styles, such as a station wagon and a pickup truck. But if your dream is to own a Model S with a bigger trunk, the folks over at Qwest Norfolk will get you covered.


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“The idea was born when a businessman complained to his engineer friend that his Model S lacks sufficient headroom for his dogs”

Located in Great Britain, Qwest Norfolk is a brand-new shop that turned the Model S into a station wagon/shooting brake model. The guy behind the customized EV says that the idea was born when a businessman complained to his engineer friend that his Model S lacks sufficient headroom for his dogs, due to the fastback-style rear section. “The wish was that Tesla had an Estate, a proper large estate, a shooting brake, that long-lost vehicle format reserved for the annals of history, reminiscing over Volvos and Peugeots of the past long before SUVs and MPVs ruled the planet,” he said in an episode of the “Fully Charged Show.”

Qwest went ahead and redesigned the rear end of the car to add a bigger trunk. The upgrade was developed to fit the Model S’ muscular rear fenders, so the end result is more of a shooting brake rather than a traditional wagon. Qwest bonded a custom carbon-fiber rear body and roof to the standard aluminum shell of the sedan and added three-quarter glass and a tailgate. There’s no word as to how much cargo space was added, but the rear section is definitely tall enough to provide proper headroom for big dogs. More importantly, Tesla approved the modification.


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“There's no word as to how much cargo space was added, but the rear section is definitely tall enough to provide proper headroom for big dogs.”

Qwest doesn’t plan to turn this project into a production model, but on the other hand, it didn’t say that it wouldn’t take similar orders. So maybe it’s worth a shot. It’s also worth noting that the Brits created the first ever Model S shooting brake, creating it a few months ahead of the one planned by RemetzCar, a shop located in the Netherlands.

Hopefully, this project will go viral, and Tesla will decide to offer a station wagon at some point.

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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Could Limit Use of Superchargers for Commercial Use

Tesla is laying down the law on all new vehicles it sells that will be used for commercial purposes. The California-based electric car maker has revealed that these vehicles will be restricted from using its Supercharger network to avoid abusive use by owners. The company has already updated its legal page to reflect this change in policy, but with commercial operators of Tesla vehicles still using these Superchargers for a whole range of other purposes, the automaker could take “additional action” to protect the availability of the Superchargers.


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“This new policy could affect a lot of owners, specifically those who operate commercial fleets of Tesla vehicles”

While I understand Tesla’s rationale of trying to prevent abusive use of its Supercharger network, this new policy could affect a lot of owners, specifically those who operate commercial fleets of Tesla vehicles. In addition to taxi fleets, Tesla’s are being used for ride-sourcing or ride-sharing, delivery and transport vehicles, and even government purposes. If their use of the Supercharger network is curbed because of this policy, it could lead to these fleets not being able to function up to their full capacity.

But there is a part about this that feels like Tesla’s hands are being forced. The company initially created the expanding Supercharging network to allow owners the opportunity to travel long distances. But as is the case with giving too much of something to the masses, some owners have abused the purpose of the Superchargers by using them for a variety of purposes, including charging on shorter trips.

“Some owners have abused the purpose of the Superchargers by using them for a variety of purposes, including charging on shorter trips.”

The company already loosely adopted the policy, saying that “if you charge your vehicle in a manner that does not comply with this Supercharger Fair Use Policy, we may ask you to modify this behavior. We may also take additional action to protect the availability of Superchargers for their intended purpose, such as limiting or blocking your vehicle’s ability to use Supercharger stations.”

It’s going to be interesting how this policy is adopted and followed moving forward. It’s a tricky thing to curb the use of the Supercharger network among those who probably rely on them the most. Let’s hope that this gets cleared up sooner than later.

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Read our full review on the Tesla Model S.

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Read our full review on the Tesla Model X.

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Read our full review on the 2018 Tesla Model 3.


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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Could Limit Use of Superchargers for Commercial Use

Tesla is laying down the law on all new vehicles it sells that will be used for commercial purposes. The California-based electric car maker has revealed that these vehicles will be restricted from using its Supercharger network to avoid abusive use by owners. The company has already updated its legal page to reflect this change in policy, but with commercial operators of Tesla vehicles still using these Superchargers for a whole range of other purposes, the automaker could take “additional action” to protect the availability of the Superchargers.


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“This new policy could affect a lot of owners, specifically those who operate commercial fleets of Tesla vehicles”

While I understand Tesla’s rationale of trying to prevent abusive use of its Supercharger network, this new policy could affect a lot of owners, specifically those who operate commercial fleets of Tesla vehicles. In addition to taxi fleets, Tesla’s are being used for ride-sourcing or ride-sharing, delivery and transport vehicles, and even government purposes. If their use of the Supercharger network is curbed because of this policy, it could lead to these fleets not being able to function up to their full capacity.

But there is a part about this that feels like Tesla’s hands are being forced. The company initially created the expanding Supercharging network to allow owners the opportunity to travel long distances. But as is the case with giving too much of something to the masses, some owners have abused the purpose of the Superchargers by using them for a variety of purposes, including charging on shorter trips.

“Some owners have abused the purpose of the Superchargers by using them for a variety of purposes, including charging on shorter trips.”

The company already loosely adopted the policy, saying that “if you charge your vehicle in a manner that does not comply with this Supercharger Fair Use Policy, we may ask you to modify this behavior. We may also take additional action to protect the availability of Superchargers for their intended purpose, such as limiting or blocking your vehicle’s ability to use Supercharger stations.”

It’s going to be interesting how this policy is adopted and followed moving forward. It’s a tricky thing to curb the use of the Supercharger network among those who probably rely on them the most. Let’s hope that this gets cleared up sooner than later.

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Read our full review on the Tesla Model S.

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PostHeaderIcon We’re Just Going to Call China Home of the EV

Everyone knows that Tesla calls California home – and why shouldn’t it, it’s the hardest state in the country and home to, arguably, the hardest emissions regulations on the planet. It’s the perfect home for a company that hopes to eventually kill off the ICE to make way for an entire world of all-electric cars that silently zoom from city to city without nothing more than a destination mentioned by its human owner. One would think that the home of an automaker like Tesla would also be the place that sees the biggest push for the infrastructure required to keep those EVs going down the road, right? Well, with the announcement of the two new, 4-stall Supercharger stations in California (which would be the biggest in the world) we thought that was true. Until now, that is.

See, our friends over at Electrek have managed to procure a number of photos from an underground construction site in Shangai that promises 50 stalls (10 more the current record holder.) If that system happens to suck in as much power as the other systems around the world, the power output could surpass 3 megawatts of power. After all, it takes a lot of power to charge 50 Teslas at once. And, while this is pretty big news, it’s really not that exciting. After all, China has always been a major part of Tesla’s plan to have more than 10,000 Supercharges in service globally. And, China sales in 2016 managed to topple more than $1 billion and the first quarter of 2017 was a massive carryover in performance.

Eventually, Tesla will establish its own manufacturing front somewhere in China, which should help to push EV sales in the market even further than before. For a country so infatuated with the EV all of this is really good news. But, will 50 more Superchargers, or the 1,000 Tesla hopes to have in place by the turn of the year be enough to meet the current charger demand in the country or does 2018 need to be an even bigger year? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Read our full review on the 2017 Tesla Model S.

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Read our full review on the 2018 Tesla Model 3.

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PostHeaderIcon Porsche CEO Makes a Classic Mistake that Could Cost the Brand Dearly

So, when it comes to long-range electric cars, Elon Musk is the pretty much the godfather, the don mega, and the man that pretty much made it happen with models like the Tesla Roadster, and even more so with the Tesla Model S. Fast forward to today and there’s now the Tesla Model X and the Tesla Model 3, with a Semi truck on the way and a smaller SUV that will mirror the Model 3 in pricing. Despite Tesla’s slow but continuous move to become an automaker for the masses (and it has come a long way) it’s still not able to keep up with the big boys quite yet – profits are still virtually non-existent and it takes an excessive amount of time to cut down the initial waiting list for new cars. But, in time, Tesla could be just as busy and successful as any of the big boys, including Chevy, Ford, Chrysler, Audi, BMW, and yes, even Porsche. As electric cars become more standard around the world, the effect will increase drastically until Tesla is practically a household name (not that it isn’t in mine already)

Now that the big boys are all about to step into Elon’s self-made niche, it’s time to start thinking about automakers that should be worried a brand like Tesla that already has an insanely massive cult following and is getting more affordable as time goes on. All of the major brands are about 30 seconds away from unleashing a serious EV offensive. Meanwhile, Porsche is over here, about to knock some heads with the Porsche Mission E and about to make a huge, huge mistake. CEO, Oliver Blume – the man that replaced Matthias Muller and was once Porsche’s head of production – doesn’t think that Tesla is a competitor.

Talking to The Financial Times in a recent interview, he even went so far as to say that the production version of the Mission E, which is due for production by 2019, “is not a Tesla fighter.” He went on to say that “it’s not so important what Tesla does. Porsche is going to follow its own way.” He chalks off his lack of concern for the brand that practically dispatched range anxiety for the masses by assuming that he doesn’t have to worry about it because Porsche’s main concern is making profit. OF course, we all know that he’s at least partially right, as Tesla doesn’t really know what profit is in the grand scheme of things, but just because the brand operates as more of a tech startup than a true-to-life, mass-production automaker doesn’t mean that he shouldn’t be concerned.

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The Arrogance Runs Deep Over at Porsche


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Blume has even said that should the production version of the Mission E be successful (and he seems to think it will be,) that Porsche will then move to launching an all-electric Porsche SUV. So, we’re talking about a car that will, whether Blume likes it or not, sit in a market that is dominated by the Model S and later on an SUV that will sit in a market currently owned by the Tesla Model X. What it boils down to is what I like to call Porsche ignorance. Some of you, if you don’t drive a Porsche, have seen it. Like the owners of other expensive German marques, Porsche drivers and execs alike think they are better than the rest of the world (even though they can’t use a freaking turn signal.)

“If Musk really wanted to put an end to the Mission E, he could easily drop pricing, advertise like crazy, and make Blume wish he hadn’t overlooked the competition”

Just because a brand like Tesla isn’t as big as you and doesn’t make enough money, doesn’t mean that it won’t wipe the floor with you, urinate on what remains, and ship you back home in the cheapest box it can find. If Blume doesn’t wise up, all the brand loyalty in the world won’t save him from a war with a brand like Tesla. Tesla has investors that will shell out money on a whim, and Musk’s word is referred to as being more valuable than gold on any given day of the week.
If Musk really wanted to put an end to the Mission E, he could easily drop pricing, advertise like crazy, and make Blume wish he hadn’t overlooked the competition. Never overlook the other guy, and never underestimate the competition – that’s when you get caught with your pants down and a car you just can’t sell. Oh; Poor Poor Oliver Blume.

Why Porshce is Being Arrogant


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So, thanks to a report from The Financial Times, we can give you a pretty good idea of why Blume and anyone else over at Porsche thinks’s their fecal matter doesn’t stink in terms of competition. It’s not because Porsche sales are up or they sell a better product because they don’t. It’s not because they are a better company than the next brand because they aren’t. Nope, it’s because they make a ridiculous amount of money – and it is the root of all evil, right? – on every Porsche sold. To sum it up the “average” Porsche sells for about $99,000 and manages to generate a profit of $17,250 after everything is said and done.

“At $17,250 for each one sold, we’re talking about $2,182,073,250”

Do you know how many Porsches were sold between Jan 1 and June 30, 2017? Well, we do. The grand total comes to 126,497 examples. AT $17,250 for each one sold, we’re talking about $2,182,073,250. That’s “BILLION” folks not million. And, you can assume that means the company will profit close to $5 billion by the end of the year of all of the models sold. Of course, they don’t hang onto all of it, it gets spread out among ventures and expansion, etc., but we’re still talking about dirty, greedy amounts of money.

OF course, Porsche isn’t worried about Tesla. When you bring in more than $2 billion in a matter of six months, wonderboy Musk himself couldn’t touch you with a 10-foot pole. And, with that kind of cheddar coming in, Porsche could easily win a pricing war as well, but Musk has one big advantage. When you make billions like Porsche does, greed becomes a serious factor and there’s no way in hell Porsche would sell a Mission E at a loss just to prove a point. Instead, it will hope brand loyalty comes in. But, because of that arrogance, I sure hope that the Mission E fails miserably, and Porsche future holds nothing but struggle as it tries to venture into the inevitable future of all-electric cars. The ICE won’t be around forever, Blume, you better wise up and quit making these rookie mistakes.

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PostHeaderIcon Dubai Takes Delivery Of Tesla Model S And Model X Taxis

Just in case Dubai’s propensity for excess isn’t clear enough already, the Middle Eastern country is doing a bang-up job of living up to that reputation. No, nobody bought a new one-off supercar. Affluent folks from that area have more than enough of those cars in their garages as it is. There is a purchase to report though, and it comes by way of Dubai’s main taxi company, the Dubai Taxi Corporation, which has taken delivery of 50 Tesla Model S and Model X vehicles, all of which are set to be used as part of a massive autonomous taxi fleet in the future.

Yes, whereas I’m stuck with Toyota Corolla taxis from where I’m from, Dubai has Model S and Model X taxis that are waiting to be served up to the public. All in all, 200 Model S and Model X units are headed to the oil-rich nation where they will arrive in batches – 50 this year, 75 in 2018, and 75 in 2019. All 200 models are expected to spearhead the government’s plan to turn the country into a leader in the self-driving taxi space, a goal that’s becoming more and more within reach considering how aggressively the country’s leaders are pushing for it.

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This is actually part of an agreement Tesla reached with the Dubai Taxi Corporation earlier this year


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The arrival of all the Tesla Model S and Model X units in Dubai may have caught a stir from those who weren’t expecting it, but this had actually been planned a while back in an agreement that was struck between Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority and no less than Tesla CEO himself, Elon Musk.

“The two sides came to terms on a deal as part of the Dubai Future Foundation’s goal of making 25 percent of car trips in the country autonomous by 2030”

For those who need a refresher, the two sides came to terms on a deal as part of the Dubai Future Foundation’s goal of making 25 percent of car trips in the country autonomous by 2030. Incidentally, that agreement was signed the same day Tesla began selling its electric cars in Dubai, the first foray for the electric car brand in the thriving Middle Eastern market.


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Included in the deal is the requirement that all Tesla models be equipped with hardware that allows for full autonomy, provided that Tesla develops the software that can achieve it. For now, the new Tesla taxis will be based at the country’s international airport with drivers behind the wheel, though Autopilot capabilities will be enabled when the cars hit city streets. As for how much the fares are going to be, that’s another question that will be answered soon.

References

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Read our full review on the Tesla Model S.

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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Is Discontinuing the Cheapest Model S Version

Introduced in 2012, the Tesla Model S range has been subject to many changes in five years. Besides a mid-cycle update, Tesla discontinued the smaller battery options and introduced more powerful versions of its all-electric sedan. With the 40-, 60-, and 70-kWh batteries long gone, Tesla is now phasing out the rear-wheel-drive variant of the 75-kWh model. Currently the most affordable Model S you can buy, the RWD 75-kWh sedan will be removed from the company’s online design studio on September 24. So if you’re planning to buy one, you’d better hurry and place an order before it gets the axe.

Without the Model S 75 on offer, the base price of the all-electric sedan will now increase from $84,300 to the $89,300 sticker of the 75D, which shares specs with the 75, but has a second electric motor, which makes it all-wheel drive. These prices do not include the federal tax credit and Tesla’s estimated gas savings over five years. With the federal rebate included, the 75D can cost as low as $70,000. Starting Sunday, the model S range will include only three models. Besides the 75D, customers will have access to the 100-kWh model, and the range-topping, performance-oriented P100D version. This also means that all Model S sedans will be all-wheel-drive starting next week.

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Why Is Tesla Removing the 75 from the Lineup?


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“The most obvious result of removing the Model S 75 is that the large sedan becomes an AWD range only”

There’s no official word about it, but I think Tesla is trying to separate the flagship Model S and the newly introduced, more affordable Model 3 even more. The most obvious result of removing the Model S 75 is that the large sedan becomes an AWD range only, while the Model 3 remains the only choice if you want a single-motor Tesla. While we can’t talk about cannibalization due to the massive difference in price between the Model S and Model 3, Tesla is most likely trying to turn the former into a more upscale, performance-oriented offering.

That’s not a bad idea, and judging by the fact that Tesla has been constantly removing the smallest battery from the lineup, it’s safe to assume that most customers prefer more powerful variants with all-wheel-drive. This leaves the Model 3 as the simpler, more affordable proposition, so it makes a lot of sense to leave the single-motor drivetrain to the entry-level model.

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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Comes Through for its Customers as they Scramble to get out of Harm’s Way

Now, there’s no denying that after Hurricane Harvey kicked the hell out of Texas, it was a ridiculous for Mother Nature to rape all of Florida too, but sure enough, it happened anyway. Originally deemed the most powerful storm ever recorded, Irma was larger than the state of Florida itself and has left a path of destruction as it made its way from the Atlantic toward the sunshine state. It decimated a few smaller islands and kicked Cuba’s ass a bit too before crossing directly over the Florida Keys and wrecking the West coast of the Florida peninsula. As Irma made its deadly approach toward the land of oranges, evacuation orders were issued and panic set in – not so much so that looters didn’t take their chances, of course, but we’ll leave that story for another time. In the end, the last few days before Irma made landfall in Florida were chaotic, to say the least.

Air traffic was a nightmare, leaving us to question how air traffic control even managed to prevent disaster, and the highways were jammed up like Satan himself was birthing from the bowels of the earth. Gas prices skyrocketed, and so did the price of bottled water as everyone tried to take advantage of the situation, claiming supply and demand as the reasoning for price gouging. Meanwhile, Tesla took a different approach and helped out its customers as they struggled to evacuate.

So, while some local businesses showed their ugly side by hiking prices like the apocalypse was coming, Tesla decided it would remove the range limiter on its lesser Model S and Model X vehicles in Florida, effectively giving owners an extra 30 to 40 miles, according to Electrek. And, it was all thanks to one owner who reached out to Tesla saying he needed just an extra 30 miles to get out of his mandatory evacuation zone. So, once Tesla heard from this customer, it decided that other Tesla owners might need the same, and temporarily unlocked the extra range via an over-the-air update. The update was effective on all 60D models of the Model S and X, which were sold with 75 kWh batteries that were limited with the option to unlock their full potential at a later time – something that would cost owners between $4,500 and $9,000 depending on the vehicle and time of the update. Keep in mind that this isn’t a permanent upgrade, and it will expire, but it certainly served an important purpose and has proven that not all automakers are greedy and self-absorbed. Keep reading to learn more.

PostHeaderIcon Jennings Motor Group Renders 10 Everyday Family Cars As Supercars

From wide body kits to free flowing exhaust kits, carbon fiber interior vinyl wraps to oversized rear wings, there’s no shortage of aftermarket options when it comes to making the family errand-runner as close as possible to looking like a full-fledged supercar. But what if we could snap our fingers and turn that commonplace commuter into a seven-figure eater of worlds capable of hanging with the best from Ferrari, Porsche, and Koenigsegg? That’s exactly what Jennings Motor Group did with these 10 everyday family cars, now rendered to supercar stardom.

Included in the list are favorites from the likes of Mini, Renault, Fiat, Honda, Volkswagen, Toyota, Smart, Kia, Tesla, and Lada, each of which was blessed with the traditional supercar stance and more sharp ends than a needle factory. Some make a little more sense than the others, but regardless, we think the renderings look badass, and wouldn’t mind if the respective automakers took the hint that more supercars are indeed always welcome. Of course, we want to know – do these renderings for it for you as well? Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments, but before you post, check out all 10 renderings after the jump.

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