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Tesla’s New Model 3: the EV Tipping Point?

August 1, 2017 in Electric Drive, EVs, milestones by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

It Appears That the Electric Vehicle Is Winning After All

Tesla dominated the alt fuel news this past weekend following Friday evening’s long-awaited debut of the electric automaker’s Model 3. Far more affordable at $35,000 (before incentives and without options) than its premium predecessor the Model S, the 220-mile car is seen by many as tipping the macro argument of electric versus fuel power in favor or the electric.
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The End of Oil as We Know It?

March 9, 2015 in Electric Drive, EVs, Technology by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Innovation Expert Predicts End of Fossil-Fueled Cars ‘Sooner than Expected’

I have always been a car guy, and I’ve always loved technology, so when the Tesla Model S came out, I just had to have one. It was quite simply the first fully electric car without compromises. Unlike most of the golf carts out there that masqueraded as road-worthy, the Model S’s size, range, and performance were all at acceptable levels.

Special to Fleets & Fuels by Prof. Michael Wade
of the IMD business school in Lausanne, Switzerland

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Tesla: ‘Complete Peace of Mind’

April 28, 2013 in EVs by Rich Piellisch  |  No Comments

Tesla Boosts Warranty Service, Includes Full Battery Coverage

A new fleet of loaners, valet fetch and delivery service and a battery warranty that covers everything shy of setting the box on fire (or opening it) are part of Tesla’s new service program, launched last week by company chairman and CEO and product architect Elon Musk.
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