Conventional all wheel drive vehicles distribute power to the wheels from a single engine driving a complex mechanical transmission system. By contrast, Dual Motor Model S has a motor on each axle, digitally and independently controlling torque to the front and rear wheels. Continue reading Dual Motor Model S and Autopilot
Electric cars and hybrids are getting seriously interesting now – new investments made by the Government in charging stations and the advancements made by car manufacturers with fuelling mean that the average motorist is more tempted than ever before to get a car that’s designed to be kind to the environment. Combine that with some of the stunning electric car designs you can get now (the Tesla Model S and BMW i8 being prime examples), and even teenagers are starting to drool over cars that are powered by the same thing as a tablet computer. Continue reading New Vauxhall Ampera Review
A handful of fully electric Tesla Model S Signature Performance sedans were presented to their owners at the company’s factory on June 22, each priced around $100,000. The luxury sedans were fitted with the most powerful battery pack available from the start-up automaker, rated at 85 kilowatt-hours, roughly the equivalent of 362 horsepower.