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E-Rally 2014 - vooraankondiging

Op zaterdag 17 mei 2014 organiseert de stichting E-rally de eerste rally voor uitsluitend elektrische voertuigen in Nederland en België. Meer dan 100 equipes gaan de uitdaging aan om over een afstand van minimaal 200 kilometer hun parcourskennis, behendigheid en efficiencyvaardigheden met elkaar te meten. 110 more words

Software update

Thursday, April 10, 2014.  Another software update today.  Even after a year of ownership, I continue to be impressed with the improvements Telsa can ship out via software updates. 273 more words

Valet stalking

Monday, April 7, 2014.  I visited the Tesla website forums today and came away with this tidbit…Someone (apologies for not remembering the name) developed a somewhat spartan, but effective website for Tesla users (qtes.la).  38 more words

Tesla Model S rally team drives from LA to NYC, for 'free'

by John Brian Shannon

It makes for great newspaper copy; “A team of Tesla Model S drivers travel from Los Angeles to New York City in 76.5 hours, and other than stopping to eat and sleep, the trip was an express run across the country. 190 more words

Electric Vehicles

Cijfers Elektrisch Rijden NL t/m mrt 2014

Hier de nieuwe cijfers elektrisch vervoer t/m maart 2014. Totaal nu 31918 EV en PHEV auto’s in Nederland op kenteken (eind feb: 30052), en daarmee zien we dat de groei van februari ook in maart doorzet, na het volledig stilvallen in januari. 78 more words

Automotive & Mobility

Tesla To Offer Electric Car Leases To Businesses

DETROIT (CBSMiami/AP) —Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. will now offer leasing to small and midsize businesses in parts of the U.S. including Florida, according to the company. 300 more words


Here's what Tesla Model S drivers are really doing in their connected cars

One of the alluring features of the Tesla Model S electric luxury sedan is its always-on 3G 4G cellular connection and built-in Internet browser.

But have you ever wondered what all those wealthy electric-car drivers are actually looking at on their in-car browsers? 353 more words