2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Early Bird Gets The Worm

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt has begun production according to Associated Press. It reported that, “General Motors has started making Bolt hatchbacks on a slow assembly line at a factory in Orion Township, Michigan, north of Detroit.” The Bolt sales will begin in California and Oregon before being available nationwide sometime around early 2017. According to Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Early Bird Gets The Worm[…]

Panasonic Struggles To Keep Up With Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3 is so popular that Panasonic, the commissioned battery supplier, may end up struggling to keep up with its production capacity. “Demand would soon exceed our production capacity if Tesla’s sales go smoothly,” revealed Kazuhiro Tsuga, Chief Executive of Panasonic. This follows Panasonic’s move to reduce its profit guidance and invest in battery Read more about Panasonic Struggles To Keep Up With Tesla Model 3[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3: Overwhelmed By Success?

Tesla Model 3 has been receiving such high demands that Panasonic, its battery supplier, could face issues in keeping up with its production capacity. Kazuhiro Tsuga, Chief Executive of Panasonic, said that, “Demand would soon exceed our production capacity if Tesla’s sales go smoothly,” following Panasonic’s decision to cut its profit guidance and channel investment Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3: Overwhelmed By Success?[…]

Consumer Reports: 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model 3

Consumer Reports recently did a quick drive review of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV but it seemed more like an ad opportunity for the Bolt. The video showed the host urging viewers to “get a Chevrolet Bolt Now” as it is way cheaper in comparison to Tesla Model S and Model X and Model 3 Read more about Consumer Reports: 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model 3[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3: Surpass Musk’s 215-Mile Range

The 2018 Tesla Model 3 would be coming with at least 215 miles of range, according to recent revelation by Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla. A recent survey, however, shows that majority of the public aren’t buying Musk’s words. About 43 percent of respondents had chosen the ‘Electric Range’ as the most unexpected element of Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3: Surpass Musk’s 215-Mile Range[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Forget About Low Price

The Tesla Model 3 has a starting price of $35,000 which is considered inexpensive for a model of its standard. However, information from Model3tracker.info shows that buyers will be opting for many more add-ons. The website showed that 90 percent of its reservations holders are willing to fork out extra for the Supercharger access while Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Forget About Low Price[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf Overtaking The Model 3

Although the Nissan Leaf isn’t doing very well in the US, it seems to be holding up pretty strongly in the global market. Nissan is currently the second best-selling brand in the world. What’s even more fascinating is the fact that Nissan has managed to secure a lead over Tesla and GM, with its 107 Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf Overtaking The Model 3[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3: Not So Cheap After All

The Tesla Model 3’s price tag of $35,000 was a welcoming surprise to many seeing that it’s an advanced electric vehicle. However, consumers will have to fork out an additional $8,000 for its new hardware and software configuration for its autonomous driving, according to Electrek. Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, announced that its new hardware suite, Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3: Not So Cheap After All[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3: What’s Musk Hiding This Time?

A twitter user recently asked Elon Musk, Tesla founder, if there would be a part 3 to the Model 3 reveal and Musk replied with an “of course.” This is frustrating to many as they had assumed that the Part 2 would be the end. However, the Part 2 was a disappointment to fans as Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3: What’s Musk Hiding This Time?[…]

2018 Tesla Model 3: Clock Ticking Pricing

In absolute silence, the Tesla Model X 60D was discontinued even though it has yet to make its appearance, marking a similar situation as other Tesla base models. In July, the Model X 60D was introduced with an initial pricing of $74,000. It was equipped with a 60kWh battery that could be pushed to a Read more about 2018 Tesla Model 3: Clock Ticking Pricing[…]

Tesla Model 3 Fans Don’t Trust 215-Mile Range

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, mentioned previously that the Tesla Model 3 would be coming with at least 215 miles of range. However, recent poll suggests that many consumers aren’t buying Musk’s words. In the poll, consumers were asked what will be the most unexpected thing about the Tesla Model 3 and many, 43 percent Read more about Tesla Model 3 Fans Don’t Trust 215-Mile Range[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf Has Enough To Crush Rivals

Apart from China’s BYD, which is ahead of every other automaker in the world in terms of battery electric vehicles due to immense subsidies from the Chinese government, the biggest popular EV maker is still Nissan, with Tesla trailing close behind. In the first half of this year, Nissan attained 9.9 percent of the global Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf Has Enough To Crush Rivals[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf: Taking The Global Market By Storm

Tesla’s Model 3 should be released by the final quarter of 2017, if the company stay on track with its plans. The Chevrolet Bolt, on the other hand, will be released prior to the beginning of 2017. There is no doubt that both these vehicles will smash the Nissan Leaf in the U.S., but globally, Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf: Taking The Global Market By Storm[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf Can Beat Model 3 With 41kWh

It isn’t fair to base the success or failure of a vehicle from its performance in one market alone, unless that vehicle is the Ford F-Series, Ram 1500, or Chevrolet Silverado which depends heavily or entirely on the US market for sales. We’re talking about the Nissan Leaf which, in spite of its poor standing Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf Can Beat Model 3 With 41kWh[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3 Really Makes Suppliers Sweat

Due to reliability and timeliness issues with the Tesla Model S and Model X, Tesla really needs to prove its worth with the upcoming Model 3. Compared to its larger siblings, the compact sedan looks much simpler to produce, but its overwhelming demand presents a trickier predicament. According to Japanese news source Nikkei, which recently Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3 Really Makes Suppliers Sweat[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf Set To Spoil Chevy Bolt, Model 3 Plans

If Tesla manages to stay schedule with the Model 3, the electric sedan should be released to buyers by the fourth quarter of 2017. As for GM, the Chevrolet Bolt is getting a head-start by rolling out before the start of next year. Both vehicles would surely flatten the struggling Nissan Leaf in the US, Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf Set To Spoil Chevy Bolt, Model 3 Plans[…]

2017 Tesla Model 3: Help Won’t Come Soon

Crucial to the success of the 2017 Tesla Model 3 would be the sheer number of units that could be churned out from its Gigafactory in Nevada. If the automaker is given the benefit of the doubt (again), the plant should be up and running by the halfway point of 2017. But getting all the Read more about 2017 Tesla Model 3: Help Won’t Come Soon[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Another 55 Miles Better!

The Chevrolet Spark EV was a decent effort from GM that didn’t make waves but proved that the automaker has what it takes to capably do without gas engines. However, it only said so much, and wasn’t a proper indication of how impressive the Chevrolet Bolt would be. The Spark’s new sibling is more than Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: Another 55 Miles Better![…]