Model S

New ‘wireless’ charging development could see electric car sales overtake petrol and diesel 0

Two of the most obvious drawbacks with electric vehicles (at least in their current state) is the limited range the battery allows, and the length of time it takes to charge them. With the Government’s newly drafted legislation, which will see the sale of conventional petrol and diesel vehicles banned from 2040, electric cars are(…)

City of Florence gets fleet of electric Nissan taxis 0

Nissan’s flagship electric vehicle, the Leaf, is becoming increasingly popular with cab companies the world over. Florence is the latest city to embrace the Japanese carmaker’s compact, green little runaround and has ordered a fleet of 67 to operate as taxis around the historic Italian city. The municipality recently opened 70 new taxi licences exclusively(…)

Tesla post new record in car deliveries 0

In what’s been a record quarter, Tesla has delivered just over 25,000 cars in the first three months of 2017. Tesla reported this constitutes a 70 percent rise on the same period from last year which is welcome news for the electric car maker, which had posted a 9 percent drop in deliveries as 2016(…)

Electric Cars Dominate Driver Satisfaction for 2016 0

The UK has begun to go electric and the drivers love it. The drivers of electric cars love them so much so that they have claimed the two top spots in the 2016 Driver Power survey. The Driver Power survey as undertaken by Auto Express had 50,000 responses covering 32 car makers and 150 different(…)

Finally, a Tesla everyone can afford 0

… you just have to be between the ages of three to eight to drive it. Toy manufacturing company Radio Flyer – known for building the likes of tricycles, wagons, scooters – has developed the toy model of the car in collaboration with Tesla. Designed to transport three to eight-year olds, the miniature S can(…)

Tesla recalls all 90,000 of its Model S electric cars 0

Tesla has sent out recall notifications for all Model S cars over a faulty seatbelt connection. There are currently 90,000 Model S vehicles on the roads, which makes this the biggest recall Tesla has ever done. In the emails sent to Model S owners, Tesla said: “Tesla recently found a Model S in Europe with a(…)