SunVault Energy and Edison Power plan to offer a hydrogen powered fuel cell car called the Edison Electron One with 4 electric motors high performance
One of the things Tesla has long said it would do is offer a Roadster upgrade as a thanks to the super-early adopters who helped Tesla get off the ground. That’s supposed to include a longer-range battery, improved aerodynamics, and better tires.
If you haven’t checked these out yet, you have one more chance! (And then we will eat them.) Best-Looking Tesla Model X Pic Yet? (+ 2 More) Tesla Model X Spotted Hauling A Trailer Honda HR-V is a “Perfect Fit,” According to This Video Tesla Model S #1, Chevy Volt #2, Nissan LEAF #3 In […]
Originally published on EV Obsession. If you, like me, are a “wannabe” EV owner, here’s one last reminder to complete the survey below. You can also click this link and complete it there. In either case, be sure to click “Done” when you complete it. Create your own user feedback survey For those eager for more information about […]
Tesla has inked a deal with two companies to provide it with lithium from clay deposits in northern Mexico. A new lithium supply has been found in Wyoming.
Here are the 10 most popular Gas2 articles from the past week. Enjoy! Ludicrous Tesla P90D — 1st Reactions (+ Video!) Beast Mode Tesla Model S (Gotta See) Electric Disruption Should Be Taken Seriously Mercedes Is Saying Goodbye To Tesla Cheapest Tesla Model S Yet? 19 New Tesla Model X Spy Shots & Videos (via EV Obsession) […]
Our survey of electric car owners and lessees went very well, with 800 people completing the survey! A couple of years ago, I think we wouldn’t have gotten half that number. But now is time for the really big one — a survey of wannabe electric car owners/lessees! (If you don’t yet own or lease an electric car […]
Originally published on EV Obsession. Technology changes fast these days. How many iterations of cell phones or computers have we now lived through? How quickly have music-playing mediums changed? But there’s a big difference between incremental changes in technology and “disruptive” technology shifts. A transition from cassette tapes to CDs was one thing, but a transition […]
According to well respected source, Mercedes is saying goodbye to Tesla. It will use its own motors and inverters with batteries from other companies.
Originally published on CleanTechnica. There’s an exciting project currently underway in the northern German city of Hamburg, being carried out by the German energy and IT company LichtBlick: An apartment building is being transformed into a power plant. There’s a photovoltaics system on the roof, a combined heat and power unit and a storage battery in […]
3M has made new cathodes for lithium ion batteries that can increase power while reducing costs. 3M has licensed the new cathode technology to LG Chem.
Originally published on EV Obsession. Let’s just get this out there right up front: Reuters is one of the most biased anti–electric vehicle media outlets out there. I noted this publicly back in 2013, and not much has changed since then, as far as I’ve seen. What’s up with the Reuters agenda? Sponsors? Editorial bias because […]
Bjorn Nyland of Norway has won the Tesla referral contest by referring 10 new Model S buyers. He wins a Founder Edition Tesla Model X and $10,000.
Originally published on EV Obsession. Tesla Motors released its latest quarterly shareholder letter and hosted its quarterly financials call late last night (European time, since that’s where I live). As always, there were many interesting tidbits that could by themselves be individual articles. However, in the interest of not irritating the Tesla haters too much — […]
If you don’t obsessively read every single Gas2 article… something’s wrong with you! Actually, probably not. In fact, there’s probably a higher likelihood that you are a sane person. Nonetheless, if you skip stories here or there, take a look at our top 20 stories from July and make sure you didn’t miss any gems. […]
One of the biggest electric vehicle announcements of the year so far was the surprise Chevy Bolt announcement from GM in January, the revealing of an affordable, long-range electric car from a major manufacturer. This is the second “affordable” and “long-range” electric car announced by anyone, only trailing the Tesla Model 3. But it is […]
Nissan and the energy company Endesa, the largest Spanish utility company, struck an agreement at the Geneva International Auto Show that lays the groundwork for a vehicle to grid (V2G) energy supply that will basically enable EV owners to sell excess energy back to the electric company. Nissan, the global leader in EV sales with the Nissan Leaf leading the charge, is committed […]
I’ve been long planning to do an EV owner and lessee survey like this, so I am super eager to see the results. (I’m going to have a hard time not watching them obsessively as they come in.) But the key, of course, is getting EV owners and lessees to complete the survey. If you drive […]
Originally published on CleanTechnica. Our good friend Bob Tregilus, host of the Plug In America podcast, has just dropped us some more pictures of the under-construction Tesla Gigafactory, which will be the largest building in the world in terms of footprint before long. As you may recall, Bob lives not far from there and actually noticed what seemed to be […]
Originally published on Kompulsa. A user in the Tesla Motors Club forum recently started a poll asking members if they would upgrade from “Insane” mode, which enables them to accelerate from 0–60 MPH in 3.1 or 3.2 seconds, to “Ludicrous” mode, which reduces that time to an impressive 2.8 seconds. The upgrade costs $5,000 + labour for […]