Electric Vehicles

Toyota Prius Plugin Hybrid

Why Plug-in Hybrids Are Better Than All-Electric Cars

When I purchased a Ford Fusion Energi PHEV that only gets 21 electric miles, my neighbor said “Tell me when Ford makes one that goes 300 miles, then I'll consider it”. Like most conventional gas car owners accustomed to 13 gallon gas tanks, they think only Teslas and Chevy Bolts with their big batteries and long electric ranges are able to compete with conventional gas powered cars.
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What would happen if Tesla goes broke under a massive burden of debt and unfulfilled promises

Most people can't imagine today's car industry without Tesla, but really, what will happen if the iconic EV maker of Model 3, Model S and Model X goes broke because of at least delayed promises and massive debt? Robert Malcolm Kay provides this commentary about the subject in Electric Cars forum.
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Demand for the Tesla Model 3: Any reason to worry?

Elon Musk began building his first car, the Tesla Roadster way back in 2008. Now here we are 10 years later with 3 model cars currently for sale: the Model 3, Model X and the Model S. Coming soon an electric truck and new roadster. Companies such as Pepsi, Walmart and Anheuser-Busch have reserved Tesla Semis. Demand for Tesla products seems to be no problem. As we can see many are lining up to purchase the vehicles in the pipeline and currently for sale. What about the Model 3?
Tesla Model X Charging

Electric car charging infrastructure: time for single standard connector

If you own an electric car, being able to charge it up can be a challenge. If you own a house you can plug in an outlet in your garage using the charger that came with the car. I strongly suggest you consult an electrician to make sure you house wiring can support the power draw electric cars require.
Elon Musk tells CBS he is under stress

Musk on Model 3: "I am definitely under stress... I need to discover how to do better"

Elon Musk is sleeping on the floor of his Tesla factory - literally. At one point Musk tried sleeping on a couch in one of the production facility conference rooms, but he told the CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King that the couch was too narrow, so he ended up sleeping on the floor.

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