In the latest update to the Autopilot software (version 7.1) in the Model S, Tesla has allowed the new model cars and the ones sold after October 2014 to steer themselves and change lanes, avoid obstacles and barriers, and even parallel park themselves. There’s also an added new “summon” feature that allows the electric vehicle… Continue reading Tesla New Autopilot Feature
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2016 Tesla Model X
Electric car-maker Tesla has launched its newest vehicle, the Model X crossover SUV. The falcon-doored electric vehicle can carry seven passengers and is capable of rocketing to 60 miles per hour in as little as 3.2 seconds, and a top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph). It can travel about 400 km (250 miles) on a single… Continue reading 2016 Tesla Model X
Tesla Model S Goes 728.7 km on a Single Charge
Bjørn Nyland and Morgan Tørvolt from Norway have set a new world record for the longest distance traveled in a Tesla Model S P85D on a single charge. The team traveled 728.7 km (452.8 miles) in the vehicle using hypermiling techniques to get the most distance out of their charge. Watch the video below.
Passengers Reacting To ‘Insane Mode’ In The Tesla P85D
The Tesla Model S P85D was unveiled in Los Angeles last October. The electric car offers two acceleration options, the Sport and Insane mode. It can go from 0–100 km/h (0–60 mp/h) in around three seconds on insane mode, which makes it compete with even the fastest supercars on the market. A Florida-based car site DragTimes installed a dashboard camera to shows… Continue reading Passengers Reacting To ‘Insane Mode’ In The Tesla P85D