2017 Tesla Model S: Would Model 3 Fail As Well?

Recent reports have revealed that the Tesla Model S has missed out on nabbing the highest award granted for vehicle safety by the IIHS: Top Safety Pick+. The IIHS, operating independently of the federal government, said that the Tesla Model S failed to perform good enough in its tests to earn the top award. Although Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S: Would Model 3 Fail As Well?[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3 vs Chevy Bolt vs Nissan Leaf: The Good And Bad

The EV market is heating up as consumers become more environment conscious. The Tesla Model 3, Chevrolet Bolt and Nissan Leaf are the most popular of the EV lot currently but which model is the best? Well, it’s hard to point out a favorite as each of these model comes with their own strengths and Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3 vs Chevy Bolt vs Nissan Leaf: The Good And Bad[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Going Nuclear Against Nissan Leaf, Chevy Bolt

At the beginning, Tesla had kept aside its biggest battery especially for its performance models of the Model S sedan and the Model X SUV. However, the automaker had announced that it’ll be offering the 100kWh battery for its regular Model S and Model X too. This will definitely increase these models’ range. The Model Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Going Nuclear Against Nissan Leaf, Chevy Bolt[…]

How Tesla Model 3 Tears Apart All Hope For Nissan Leaf, Chevy Bolt

At the beginning, Tesla had kept aside the biggest battery unit in its lineup for its performance models of the Model S sedan and the Model X SUV. However, the company is currently offering the 100kWh battery for its standard Model S and Model X too. Thanks to that, these models now have better ranges. Read more about How Tesla Model 3 Tears Apart All Hope For Nissan Leaf, Chevy Bolt[…]

Tesla Model 3 Drops The Biggest Bomb On Chevy Bolt & Nissan Leaf

Initially, Tesla had reserved the largest battery in its line for performance models of the Model S sedan and the Model X SUV. But now, the automaker is offering the 100kWh battery in its regular Model S and Model X too. With that, both the models now come with significantly more range. The Model S Read more about Tesla Model 3 Drops The Biggest Bomb On Chevy Bolt & Nissan Leaf[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: It’s All Going To Waste!

Vehicle redesigns will be a norm next year and the EV market will be having its share of the pie as well. The Nissan Leaf is especially in need of a revamp, when it comes to its look and range capabilities. But, maybe a performance improvement would do it good too. By next year, the Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: It’s All Going To Waste![…]

2018 Kia Stinger GT: Watch Out, Tesla Model 3!

Although Kia has just recently unveiled its highly anticipated Stinger sports sedan, it seems that news are already buzzing that the model could be coming with an all-electric version to take on the Tesla Model 3. During the 2017 Detroit Auto Show, Spencer Cho, Kia’s head of overseas marketing, revealed to Auto Express that the Read more about 2018 Kia Stinger GT: Watch Out, Tesla Model 3![…]

2017 Tesla Model 3 Won’t Succeed Here – Like Model S & Model X

Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, revealed prior to its launch that he was positive about the 2017 Tesla Model 3. However, he probably wasn’t that positive enough to foresee the $35,000 sedan attracting over 325,000 pre-orders in just a week of its reveal. Thus, the question arises. Will the small automaker be able to keep up Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3 Won’t Succeed Here – Like Model S & Model X[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Potential Wasted

We would be seeing many vehicle redesigns next year and the EV market will not be sitting out of this. The Nissan Leaf is one name that has been in dire need of a refresh, in regards to its outlook and range. Maybe, it wouldn’t hurt for it to improve on its performance as well. Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Potential Wasted[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Electric Range Can’t Be Trusted

CEO Elon Musk of Tesla disclosed not too long ago that users can anticipate a range of at least 215 miles for the soon-to-arrive Tesla Model 3. However, it’s becoming evident that many people aren’t buying Musk’s contention. Based on a recent poll that asked respondents what would be the most unexpected thing about the Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Electric Range Can’t Be Trusted[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Worst Of Them All

There are going to be plenty of vehicle overhauls come 2018, and the EV market is not exempt. One notable name that has been in need of a rework is the Nissan Leaf, both in terms of looks and range capabilities. Perhaps performance should figure in as well. By that time, the Chevrolet Bolt would Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Worst Of Them All[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Too Hot To Handle?

There have been worries about Tesla Superchargers being hogged by inconsiderate users. You know, those who blissfully leave their rides there for prolonged periods even though they were done charging up like, an hour ago. While the Palo Alto automaker has stepped in to enforce an idle fee of 40 cents per minute to whosoever Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Too Hot To Handle?[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Potential To Be Far Worse

Tesla is not a company that could ever really shy away from the spotlight. Besides having the potential to singlehandedly shift the course of the automotive industry with far less resources than its rivals, it is forced to climb a far steeper learning curve. And there is no learning without mistakes. But because of the Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Potential To Be Far Worse[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3: Great Issues To Have

Panasonic is apparently having trouble with the Tesla Model 3. As it’s its battery supplier, Panasonic is struggling to keep up with its production capacity following the increasingly high demand of the Model 3. Chief executive of Panasonic, Kazuhiro Tsuga, stated that, “Demand would soon exceed our production capacity if Tesla’s sales go smoothly. This Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3: Great Issues To Have[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Little, Too Late!

Today, an ideal battery unit for a top EV would be a 60kWh and this is proven by the Chevrolet Bolt. The Bolt has been leading when it comes to zero emissions thus it isn’t much of a surprise that it keeps nabbing awards of recent. The Bolt continues to soar amongst buyers while its Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Little, Too Late![…]

2017 Tesla Model 3 Would Crush Bolt, Leaf With This

Tesla has recently updated its current Supercharger maps on its official website and it has also revealed its new 2017 Supercharger expansion plans. Based on the map, Tesla will be having new Superchargers in Hawaii and Mexico. The expansion in North America will proceed in the US and Canada but expect to see the plans Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3 Would Crush Bolt, Leaf With This[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Can’t Handle Success?

It’s not surprising that Tesla Model 3 has been garnering an immense level of demand, so much so that Panasonic, its sole battery supplier, it struggling to keep up in terms of its production capacity. Chief executive of Panasonic, Kazuhiro Tsuga, revealed that, “Demand would soon exceed our production capacity if Tesla’s sales go smoothly.” Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Can’t Handle Success?[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Shots Fired At Model 3!

The first units of Chevrolet Bolt will be delivered to buyers in Fremont, California, an odd coincidence as its Tesla’s backyard. The three new owners of the Bolt consist of a retired law enforcement officer who had owned a Chevy Spark and a Chevy Volt, another who is substituting his BMW i3 and one more Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Shots Fired At Model 3![…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model 3: Self-Driving War!

The autonomous driving Chevrolet Bolt EV has already begun testing in GM’s Milford Proving grounds as well as its Warren Tech Center and now it will proceed to test these self-driving cars on the roads of Michigan, according to Torque News. The state of Michigan had just recently approved the law in support of testing Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model 3: Self-Driving War![…]