One-pedal driving is rather like the experience of owning an electric car: it can be hard to appreciate until you’ve spend time doing it. The phrase “one-pedal driving” refers to the ability of some electric cars to be driven almost entirely with the accelerator pedal alone. It’s a feature much prized by owners of Teslas,
Tesla Model S – why its diesel–powered rivals should be very afraid: motorists are moving away from diesel cars and opting for alternatively fuelled cars such as electric or hybrid, suggests new research New car registrations in the UK achieved a 12-year high in January with 174,564 cars being registered – a 2.9 per cent
The first Emirates Electric Vehicle Road Trip (EEVRT) concluded at The Sustainable City in Dubai last week, successfully opening nine new charging stations in the UAE and further driving electric vehicle adoption in the country. The new, free-to-use electric vehicle charging stations, supplied by ENGIE, were opened at three AccorHotels, including Marjan Island Resort &
The additional driving range is welcome, but the range-topping Model S’s increase in performance is overkill, even if it is very entertaining What is it? The Tesla Model S P100D gets its moniker thanks to the addition of a 100kWh battery. It’s a hardware upgrade for Elon Musk’s company, which can usually be relied upon
After launching the Model X, Tesla introduced a new seat developed in-house featuring an ‘Ultra White synthetic leather’, which served as a vegan faux-leather option for Tesla buyers. It was only available for the Model X for a limited time, and earlier this year it made its way to the top of the line Model
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Watch Model S and Powerwall owner Clint outline the benefits of combining the Tesla Powerwall with solar and integrated software aggregation for control, savings and a change towards a more sustainable future.
Tesla has launched a new version of its all-electric Model S saloon, which can now be specified with a 100kWh battery. This – in high-performance P100D with Ludicrous mode guise – makes the Model S the third fastest accelerating production car ever; and the quickest that can be bought new. Tesla cites Ferrari’s LaFerrari and
Elon Musk inadvertently spawned a subculture that’s hacking the Model S into a 21st century tent. As the sun set beyond the long-needle pines and emerald waters of Lake Tahoe, I looked across the campfire and laughed out loud. I was about to go “camping” in the back of a $145,000 electric car because, well,
So, in the week Tesla announced its fastest Model S ever, you’ve driven the slowest one. How come? Because this Model S 60D was our first chance to sample the lightly facelifted Model S, which you’ll spot thanks to the deleted nosecone (there’s now just a Model X-style moustache) and all-LED adaptive headlights. Fortunately, there’s