Sunday, October 28, 2012

Powered by Lithium: Tesla Model S - The Quickest Sedan Built in America



"On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago drives the groundbreaking all-electric 2013 Tesla Model S. We've already conducted our range-verification road trips with the Model S, but now its time to find out just how fast and how fun this Tesla is to drive at the test track."

Why Mitt Romney, Big Oil, and the Koch Brothers Do Not Like Electric Cars Made In USA?


"We think that, actually, it is the best AD campaign for the Electric Cars so far in the Mass Media. For the first time a lot of people will realise that there is an Alternative to the Oil Needle, and this Threat is so strong now that very big resources are dedicated to kill this Energy Transition Technology Made In USA and throw the country back into the Oil Swamp. 
  We all will be driving Electric Cars in the end - question is now not even when, but whether They Will All be built in China and Only Sold back to us here."

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!"

"On this episode of Wide Open Throttle, Jessi Lang reports from the Tesla facility on the day of the long-awaited rollout of the Model S, the world's first premium all-electric sedan and the car on which the company's future now depends. Then, Motor Trend Technical Director Frank Markus gets exclusive one-on-one time with Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Chief Designer Franz Von Holzhausen as he tours the Tesla factory and finally gets behind the wheel of the car that Tesla is hoping will galvanize the world's transition from internal combustion engines to electric mobility."



"Contributing Editor Csaba Csere takes an in-depth and technical look into the 2013 Tesla Model S on the latest episode of Car and Driver: Tested."




"On this episode of Wide Open Throttle, Jessi Lang and Motor Trend's Technical Director Frank Markus attempt to drive the 2012 Tesla Model S from Los Angeles to Las Vegas in only one charge! It's a classic American road trip, but can the all-electric sedan make it? Watch and find out!"
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