Offering readers everything they ever wanted to know about Tesla vehicles from the Roadster to the Model S to rumored future models, the newly-launched Teslapedia site promises to be your one-stop shop for all things Tesla.
Set up by the people behind Teslowjuice, the largest, privately-owned EV charging network in the UK, the new wiki will cover more than just facts and figures. The Teslapedia will also feature blog-style articles that will range from range-extending tips and tricks to a lifetime cost analysis comparing various Tesla models to their nearest market rivals. For example, is a Tesla Model S cheaper to own than, for example, a Mercedes S500 Hybrid?
You can head on over to the Teslapedia page using this link. While you’re there, take a look around, then come back here and let us know what you think of the new EV enthusiast resource in our comments section at the bottom of this page. Enjoy!
There is an incredible sense of enthusiasm and community-spirit amongst Tesla owners (and prospective owners) and a huge amount of knowledge-sharing about vehicle functionality, experiences and lessons learned. But there is no single place you can visit to find holistic, accurate and current information, and answers are often buried deep in forum threads and social media services and can be difficult to locate.
We have therefore created a searchable database of curated articles, written by Tesla owners, for the use of Tesla enthusiasts all over the world.
The site is (and always will be) free to use.
Source | Photos: Teslapedia, James Lipman.