Tesla_Roadster_0-60_Test

This awesome video shows the 2020 Tesla Roadster taking test riders on accelerations runs. For reference the Tesla Roadster can go from 0-60 mph in 1.8 or 1.9 seconds. Wild. That is the amazing part, the bummer part is the price tag ($200,000 to $250,000).

On to the video of people cursing as they are pinned to the back of their seats.s (more…)

You pull your EV into the garage, in this case a Tesla Roadster, and without plugging it in, it begins charging, wirelessly.  Looks like eCoupled has come up with a wireless induction charger for high-powered devices, like cars. This new technology is called the eCoupled PowerSpot and once installed all you need to do is park over the tech and your...

Who will win?  The 2010 all electric Tesla Roadster or the 2011 all new Porsche Boxster Spyder?  Motor Trend compares the two cars in a race at Willow Springs Raceway.  Watch the video after the break to see which car wins.

If you are a man of small stature (under 6′) and have $100,000 to burn… this detailed review by AutoblogGreen is the best we’ve seen. The all electric Tesla Roadster has been in the news quite a bit… but details have been lacking. Being that the car is basically built on the same body as the Lotus Elise… it is a small car to say the least. Getting in the car requires...

If the latest Tesla Gen2 Roadster makes it to market (slated for 2020) it will be the fastest production car to date, with a 0-60 mph time of 1.9 seconds. That is insanely fast but will cost you around $200,000. 0-100 mph is expected to be just 4.2 seconds and the quarter mile would be under 9 seconds! Top speed wasn’t officially posted but Elon Musk hinted at 250 mph+. The specs are almost too good to be true. The battery is a massive 200kWh pack with a 620-mile range per charge. Video of the Tesla Second Generation Roadster after...

Well, I’ve had my Tesla Model S (85kWh performance) for about four days now and wanted to post my experience to date.  First off, let me say that I love the car and see much promise in the brand and the technology.  Tesla, and Elon Musk, started from scratch with the Model S and have accomplished some amazing things in a relatively short period of time.  Considering the big brands (think Toyota, Ford, etc.) have built up so much knowledge about every aspect of the industry from creating a user interface to building customer...

I, secretly, love the Prius, and I love the Tesla (but I am 6'3" and don't fit), the news that Toyota and Tesla are going to start working together is awesome. ...

Posted on Jul 29 2008 - 1:08pm by L.
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First Public Tesla Crash documented. Wicked cool, that is all. ...

Tesla is finally trying to make a more mainstream (still not cheap) car, their latest slated for 2010 is the “model s”...

Posted on Feb 21 2012 - 10:16am by Russ
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  This last weekend we were running around at Santana Row.  While walking past a new shop, Hastens, we felt sorry for the guy inside as he looked incredibly bored and had no customers.  So we went inside to see what this well lit store was all about.  Boy were we in for a surprise.