2017 Chevrolet Bolt Shows Model S, Leaf How It’s Done

The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt has nabbed the title of the North American Car of the Year, beating the Tesla Model S and the Nissan Leaf. The Bolt is Chevrolet’s platform to bring electric commute to the public and it comes with a low price of just slightly below $30,000, after counting in tax cuts. The Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt Shows Model S, Leaf How It’s Done[…]

Figures Don’t Lie For Tesla Model S, Model X

Just like most of the world, 2016 has proven to be quite a tough year for Tesla, as well. The automaker had failed to meet its delivery goal of 80,000 as it fell short at 76,230 total units shipped for its Tesla Model S and Model X. Although that may be a bad news for Read more about Figures Don’t Lie For Tesla Model S, Model X[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S: The Wrong Rivals

Steve Wozniak, former Apple co-founder, took to Facebook to announce to the world that he had purchased a new Chevrolet Bolt. Wozniak already has 4 units of Tesla’s Model S. He reveals that the Tesla Model S isn’t exactly appropriate for driving around San Francisco but he repeatedly mentioned that the Supercharger network is the Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S: The Wrong Rivals[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf: Worst Of The Lot

It’s becoming more evident that Nissan has pushed the Nissan Leaf further down, despite being its most successful EV to date. Recent reports have revealed that the sales of the electric hatch has reduced both in the US, as well as, in the global market. Maybe the automaker was trying to see how far could Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf: Worst Of The Lot[…]

Tesla Still Failed Model S, Model X After All

2016 hasn’t been easy on Tesla as the company failed to reach its target of delivering 80,000 units for the year. Tesla stated that due to “short-term production challenges,” it only managed to deliver 76,230 vehicles last year. It added that the shift to the new Autopilot hardware resulted in the production to be heavier Read more about Tesla Still Failed Model S, Model X After All[…]

2017 Tesla Model S: Help From Nissan Leaf?

It sounds pretty absurd, but a Nissan Leaf could be of help to any Tesla Model S owners who find themselves stranded by the side of the road without any gas fuel. How’s that? Well, at the risk of sounding like a commercial, through the use of the V2V ORCA INCEPTIVE on-board charger that charges Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S: Help From Nissan Leaf?[…]

2017 Chevrolet Volt: What A Waste!

Among plug-in hybrids, there is no nameplate selling better than the Chevrolet Volt in the US at the moment. In the plug-in market that includes battery-electric vehicles, the Volt is second only to the Tesla Model S in sales. As of November this year, there have been 21,048 units of the series-parallel hybrid stateside, only Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Volt: What A Waste![…]

2017 Nissan GT-R vs Tesla Model S: Adios Electric!

Thanks to Tesla, electric vehicles aren’t just confined to saving the environment. They have grown to be able to take on some big names in performance, or at least the Tesla Model S has. Some heavyweights have even been shamed by the sedan. But according to a head-to-head from Carwow, the Nissan GT-R is no Read more about 2017 Nissan GT-R vs Tesla Model S: Adios Electric![…]

Porsche Has Been Overwhelmed By Tesla Model S, Model X

Porsche doesn’t quite polarize consumers the way Tesla does, and is usually peerless in the way it brings excitement and satisfaction to its customers; but that hasn’t stopped Tesla from dethroning it in Consumer Reports’ latest customer satisfaction survey. The electric car brand from Palo Alto has probably knocked the German automaker down a peg Read more about Porsche Has Been Overwhelmed By Tesla Model S, Model X[…]

Next-Gen Nissan Leaf Would Hit Hard At Model S

It is really quite an unknown fact why Nissan had opted to forego any upgrades to the Leaf for its 2017 version. Despite still maintaining its best-seller status, this move has led the automaker’s top-selling EV to reduce in its sales figure globally. This, of course, doesn’t take Europe into account. The first ten months Read more about Next-Gen Nissan Leaf Would Hit Hard At Model S[…]

2018 Tesla Model S Gets Cozy With Volvo S90

Anders Bell, Volvo’s previous senior director of engineering, will be linking up with Tesla in a similar role this December. Bell has affirmed this via his LinkedIn profile over the weekend, according to Electrek. Bell had invested his whole career at Volvo where he lead the entire interior engineering from concept development as well as Read more about 2018 Tesla Model S Gets Cozy With Volvo S90[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf vs Tesla Model S vs Chevy Bolt: The More You Know…

It’s undeniable that the Nissan Leaf is slowly losing its appeal to consumers. It may have been Nissan’s most successful EV thus far but recent reports have revealed that its sales numbers have been going down a slippery slope in the US as well as in the global market. It could have been that Nissan Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf vs Tesla Model S vs Chevy Bolt: The More You Know…[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf Could Crush Model S With 41kWh

No one really knows why Nissan has refused to upgrade the Leaf for 2017, but this passive stance by the automaker has caused its best-selling EV to decline in sales charts all over the world, though it still retains its status as best-seller. Well, maybe not in Europe. For the first ten months of this Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf Could Crush Model S With 41kWh[…]

2017 Nissan Leaf: You Snooze, You Lose!

It’s becoming pretty evident that Nissan is failing with its once most successful EV. The sales of the electric hatch have been dwindling in the United States as well as internationally. We don’t know what the automaker’s intentions are but maybe they’re trying to see how far it could go before it hits rock bottom Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf: You Snooze, You Lose![…]

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 Nissan Leaf vs Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S: Two Winners, One Loser

As time passes, it’s becoming more apparent that the Nissan Leaf is losing its appeal. Despite being Nissan’s most successful EV, the Leaf have been dwindling in the US, in terms of sales, as well as in international markets. Maybe Nissan was experimenting with the Leaf to see how far it could go before it Read more about 2017 Nissan Leaf vs Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model S: Two Winners, One Loser[…]

2017 Chevrolet Bolt: More Shame For Nissan Leaf

Whether you want to take pity on the Nissan Leaf or celebrate its woes, there’s no denying that Nissan has dug a pretty deep grave for its most successful EV. Sales of the electric hatch have not only dropped in the US; the Leaf is also having a tough time abroad. Perhaps the automaker intends Read more about 2017 Chevrolet Bolt: More Shame For Nissan Leaf[…]

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[…]

New Tesla Model S & Model X Lose Hold Of Certain Features

Tesla announced some time last month that it will soon incorporate a more advanced “Hardware 2” electronic driver-assist feature in its latest cars, which includes the Tesla Model S and the Model X. Hardware 2 is a brand new sensors package for the Autopilot driver-assist system which would be making its way into the new Read more about New Tesla Model S & Model X Lose Hold Of Certain Features[…]

2017 Tesla Model S: Slow Customers Lose More

Tesla has recently affirmed that the base price of its Model S will be hiked up by $2,000 from November 22. This model has a 218 miles in range and can reach a 0-60 mph in 5.5 seconds. Impressive numbers but just not as impressive as the $74,500 Model S 75. This isn’t something new Read more about 2017 Tesla Model S: Slow Customers Lose More[…]