Looks Do Matter – 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model 3

It’s fairly common that automakers flop on the designs of their independent EV nameplates. Although some may be an accident, most are intentionally done, as if they are declaring to people on the street that they stink at using gas for fuel. But, lo and behold, the EV market seems to be blossoming beautifully with Read more about Looks Do Matter – 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model 3[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Worse For All

Owners of Tesla Model S and Model X has been venting on Twitter on irresponsible Tesla owners who leave their vehicles to charge at Superchargers and do not claim the vehicle in time when the charging is completed. This has been blocking the station from being used by other owners who need to charge, too. Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Worse For All[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Finally Sees The Light!

The 2017 Tesla Model 3 is, no doubt, a popular model right now but it looks like there may be some issues pertaining to it. The Model 3 has been receiving huge pre-orders already and Tesla may be struggling to keep up with this growing demand. This is because the company is currently behind in Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Finally Sees The Light![…]

New Beauty Contest – 2017 Tesla Model 3 vs Chevrolet Bolt

Automakers have never been able to get designs right for their standalone EV nameplates. Some design mishaps are accidental, while most are deliberate, with the intention of announcing to others on the street that they suck for using gas as fuel. Well, it appears that the EV market has matured past that awkward adolescence with Read more about New Beauty Contest – 2017 Tesla Model 3 vs Chevrolet Bolt[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Failure Worth 60kWh

A 60kWh battery is the ideal unit for any top 2017 EV, and that’s exactly why the Chevrolet Bolt has remained on top in terms of zero emissions. This is especially proven by the Bolt’s success in nabbing various awards recently. The Bolt is currently garnering plenty of attention which leaves the Nissan Leaf to Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Failure Worth 60kWh[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Too Easy For Tesla Model 3

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt is the direct rival to Tesla’s Model 3 on paper but it is becoming more apparent that the former may eventually lose to the latter. One of the most obvious reasons is the fact that the Model 3 is supported by a huge Supercharger network. The Model S and the Model Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Too Easy For Tesla Model 3[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Loser With 60kWh

Having a 60kWh battery is the benchmark for any leading EV in 2017, which is why the Chevrolet Bolt is the biggest deal when it comes to zero emissions. Its importance is duly reflected in all the awards it has scooped up recently, so it’s hard to call the Bolt underrated. With the Bolt being Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Loser With 60kWh[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3 Won’t Help Buyers For Long

The Model X 60D was discontinued prior to it even making into production, just like many other Tesla base models. Announced back in July, the Model X 60D was priced at $74,000. Federal tax credit costs on top of an added DST pushed the starting price of the Model X 60D to $67,700 with a Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3 Won’t Help Buyers For Long[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Grow Big Or Go Home!

Tesla doesn’t seem to have much choice left but to try to produce the Model 3 as fast as possible in order to fulfill the vehicle’s 400,000 pre-orders, even if that means making many mistakes. However, it looks like Tesla has already got this under control. Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, and Peter Hochholdinger, head of Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Grow Big Or Go Home![…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Elon Musk Spills More Beans

Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, recently took part in a Q&A session after the shareholder had voted for the acquisition of SolarCity and, not surprisingly, Musk was hammered with lots of questions in regards to the Model 3. An audience member had posed the question of the status of the Model 3 and when the public Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Elon Musk Spills More Beans[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3 Keeps Suppliers On Their Toes

The Tesla Model 3 is such a popular model that it has already secured a high demand. As the demands increase, its battery supplier could be facing problems in its production capacity. Kazuhiro Tsuga, Panasonic CEO, said that the demand for the Tesla Model 3 is expected to surpass their production capability if Tesla’s sales Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3 Keeps Suppliers On Their Toes[…]

Tesla Model 3 May Take After Model X

Tesla has killed the Model X 60D even before it made it into production, a situation similar to other Tesla base models. The model was announced sometime in July and was expected to go for $74,000 as a starting price. The vehicle, coming with 200 miles EPA, received a price cut following the federal tax Read more about Tesla Model 3 May Take After Model X[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf Can Still Top Global EV Charts

Unless it’s the Ford F-Series, Ram 1500, or Chevrolet Silverado which depends almost entirely on the US market for sales, it is not fair to measure how well a vehicle is doing based on its performance in one market only. The Nissan Leaf had recorded poor standings in the US but globally, it was a Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf Can Still Top Global EV Charts[…]

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Thinks Nissan Leaf Is Beneath It

The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq comes with 124 miles of range which surpasses the popular Nissan Leaf’s 107 miles of range. However, that’s not enough for the automaker as it aims to compete against the Chevy Bolt and Tesla Model 3 which go pass 200 miles, instead. Even though Hyundai would be bringing the Ioniq with Read more about 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Thinks Nissan Leaf Is Beneath It[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3: Panasonic Tries To Keep Up

It’s not surprising that the Tesla Model 3 is a vehicle that is high in demand. However, its battery supplier may be facing problems in a bid to match up to its production. Panasonic, the company’s sole battery supplier, is fearing that the demand would soon exceed their production capacity if Tesla’s sales continue to Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3: Panasonic Tries To Keep Up[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3: Seize One Before It’s Too Late

Just like other Tesla base models, the Model X 60D was terminated way before it was even produced. The model, announced in July, came with a starting tag of $74,000. The Model X 60D was expected to achieve 200 miles EPA but federal tax credit costs as well as added DST, the model was priced Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3: Seize One Before It’s Too Late[…]

Tesla Model 3 Affected By Trump’s Victory

Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential election may cause more problems to Tesla than Musk had expected. Although, the cancellation of the Paris Climate Change Deal is merely a threat for now, Trump has implied that he is looking to remove the EPA standards for fuel efficient car production, according to Inverse. If this Read more about Tesla Model 3 Affected By Trump’s Victory[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Help Would Arrive Soon

The 2017 Tesla Model 3 is a trending vehicle right now but there seems to be a problem with the highly in-demand model. It looks like Tesla is struggling to keep up with the booming orders in a timely manner as it’s currently lacking in its capacity. In a bid to alleviate the issue, Tesla Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Help Would Arrive Soon[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt: What Tesla Can’t Do

GM and Tesla seems to be the first ones to test the waters with affordable battery electric vehicle in the mainstream market with its Bolt and Model 3. However, GM looks like it has several strengths comparing to its rival. GM has the capability to produce cars in large numbers and has been doing that Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: What Tesla Can’t Do[…]