Tesla Motors is preparing a fleet of 80 Model S vehicles to offer to customers whose vehicles are being serviced. Many people would love to receive luxury sports courtesy cars like the Tesla Model S when their own cars are being repaired, and Tesla Motors is preparing to do that…for current Tesla owners.
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A Tesla Model S owner, David Noland, said that the vehicle consumes a considerable amount of electricity even when it is not in use, and that it reduces the range of the vehicle by 23 miles per day. Turns out this is because of the same software issue we heard of in the past, which Tesla Motors supposedly addressed with a software update.
Why would a company create a functioning electric car, only to announce they’ll never build it? You’d have to ask Rolls-Royce, as they have done just that with an all-electric version of their Rolls-Royce Phantom. Based on the Phantom ultra-luxury car, which was originally equipped with a V12 engine, window curtains, dining tables in the back, suicide doors, brisk acceleration, and much more, Rolls-Royce executives has stated this car will never see production…but that doesn’t make it any less cool.
Toyota has announced the hybrid version of the 14th generation of their premium Crown vehicles for Japan. These are redesigned versions of the Crown Royal and Crown Athlete vehicles. All of the major components were updated, including a 2.5 litre hybrid system that they say provides both high output and high efficiency. The other improvements include a matured suspension, new “cutting-edge technology” such as Toyota Multi-Operation Touch.