Thursday, October 18, 2012

Lithium Charge: The new Tesla Model S is a torque beast: Tesla Model S vs BMW M5



  Electric Cars are not just Toys anymore - everybody who knows "the beast" BMW M5 - can really appreciate what Tesla Model S is all about!


Lithium Drive: New York Meets Tesla Model S


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DRT: Tesla Model S vs BMW M5


Can the immediate torque of an EV trounce the mighty M5? Find out in this week's editing of Drag Race Tuesdays.
Say what? It may sound a bit hard to believe for some, but the new Tesla Model S is a torque beast. How much twist is there on hand exactly? 443 pound-feet from 0 rpm. This is one of the few performance advantages of a pure electric car, but a standard Nissan Leaf isn't anywhere near as powerful. The Tesla's immediate torque allows for rapid acceleration that just may be enough to take on the likes of the BMW M5 and its twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 with 560 horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque.
Automobile magazine's Ezra Dyer took some time out from testing for the gloss-book's Car of the Year award to put this little matchup together. Does the electric sedan have what it takes to dominate the M5 in a head-to-head matchup? Find out here in this week's edition of Drag Race Tuesdays.


Electric Charge: Tesla Model S by Translogic - This Is What Lithium Is For!

"This Is What Lithium Is For! Lithium allows you to make Electric Super Car - Tesla Model S is the best Electric Car on the market  now and Translogic with Bradley Hasemeyer are the best to cover it! This is the right Energy - both the car and report about it - supercharged, focused and No Compromise of being Green. Tesla Model S is the real car, but only better and now it can travel the distance with the unveiled network of Tesla Superchargers.
  History is not made by weeks or months, but every week now new Tesla Model S are coming on the roads to tell the story that the world could be different and you can make that difference. It is not for everyone yet, but Technology is here and mass volume will bring the price for Lithium Batteries down with even  better range and quality and Tesla Generation III for the mass market will be on the roads very soon."

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