To New Year with a Scoop…

Let us welcome a prosperous ‘2012’. Unfortunately ‘2012’ happened to be plot for disaster based blockbuster movie. Lot of controversies to support it, such as Mayan Long Calendar, Sun Flares, Environment Changes… Let us hope ‘2012’ will be promising. I thought of starting 2012 with a scoop, rather a gossip.  GM’s extended electric vehicle ‘Chevrolet … Continue reading

IED Tesla EYE concept

This concept is a child of a bid to uncover the student’s future-vision, at the Istituto Europeo di Design of Turin (IED). A team of 11 transportation design master course students, under the the supervising eye of Franz von Holzhausen, Tesla’s chief designer, developed, the green concept…   Read more on: http://www.autoblog.com/2010/02/19/eye-concept-tesla-motors-geneva/

Tesla Model S

The Tesla Model S is a full-sized battery electric sedan developed by Tesla Motors, initially codenamed WhiteStar during research and preliminary development. Model S was announced in a press release on June 30, 2008. The prototype vehicle was displayed at a press conference on March 26, 2009. (http://www.roadandtrack.com/future-cars/tesla-builds-a-4-door). Delivery of Model S is expected to begin in mid-2012, with a base price of US$57,400. The base model will … Continue reading

Roadester

Tesla Roadster is a full electric production sports car produced by Tesla Motors, also their first model. It is the first highway capable all electric vehicle in serial production. Till December 2011 Tesla sold over 2,100 roadsters in 31 countries. Roadster uses lithium-ion battery as it sources of energy, gives a range of 200 miles … Continue reading

Tesla Roadster on Top Gear Blog

http://www.topgear.com/content/features/stories/2007/05/stories/11/1.html Volting ambition 0-60mph in four seconds? Enough range to get you from London to Plymouth? Pat Devereux has seen the future of cars, and he likes it Imagine a Lotus Elise that can do 0-60 in four seconds, has a top end of over 130mph yet can return over 135mpg. Think how good you’d … Continue reading