Sunday, June 25, 2017

1st Real Drive With Tesla Autopilot (Including A Few Warning Shots)

I first experienced Tesla Autopilot last year, as I wrote in my Tesla Model X review. It was certainly cool and interesting, and a bit nerve-racking. But that was a short test drive on a California highway — not real use.

Well, a few guys and I recently got our first Tesla Model S for an intercity Tesla shuttle service we’re launching here in Europe (… called Tesla Shuttle), and the Tesla includes Autopilot

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Life With The Chevy Bolt — The First 1,200 Miles

Kyle Field did a great job reviewing the Bolt, what I thought I’d do here is share some views on why we leased it and also give our hands-on impressions over the last 1,200 miles

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Top Misconceptions of Non-EV Drivers (CleanTechnica EV Report)

One of the unique aspects of driving an electric car is talking to people about the new tech, and as EV drivers quickly find out, there are a handful of common misconceptions about this “new” tech

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28–40% of EV Drivers Have Solar Panels (CleanTechnica EV Report)

Previous surveys — including our initial EV driver survey — have found a strong link between driving electric cars and having home solar panels. Yet again, in our 2017 EV driver report, a very large portion of our respondents had home solar panels, which means that they are essentially “fueling” their electric cars with sunshine

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The Kiwano K01 Electric Unicycle Shrinks The Last Mile To One Wheel

Electric Unicycle Kiwano K01

Electric Unicycle Kiwano K01I’ll admit it, I’m a sucker for all things quirky and out of the ordinary. Although we brushed upon electric unicycles in the past, and cover them from time to time, the Kiwano K01 electric unicycle certainly fits the bill when it comes to one-wheel efficiency

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When Will Your Tesla Model 3 Be Delivered? Ben Sullins May Know.

Tesla Model 3 delivery planner

Tesla Model 3 delivery plannerBen Sullins of Teslanomics has created an app he says will help you tell when to expect delivery of your Tesla Model 3. It’s very lighthearted and totally unscientific — but fun!

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2020 Tokyo Olympics Plan For Self-Driving Cars

The 2020 Olympics are around the corner and the Tokyo Olympics organizers plan to service the crowds and athletes with driverless cab service — full robot, no driver at all

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