Tesla continues it’s expansion of the Supercharger network with the opening of 2 new stations, including the largest in the southern hemisphere.
Category: Smart Transport
The implications of VW’s emissions fraud worsen by the day. But, it’s not the first. Two big US auto makers hid major defects because they decided it was cheaper to pay compensation to the dead and injured than fix the problem. No wonder big brand names are in danger of losing consumers as new technology makes this possible.
Australia’s lower standards for car exhaust mean overseas car-makers can sell more-polluting cars.
Elon Musk launches Tesla Model X, branding it the safest SUV on the market. It even comes with a bioweapon defence button. No, really.
Tesla could be increasing the range of the Model S up to 1,000 kilometers (621 miles) “within (only) a year or two,” according to Musk.
Shell’s departure from the Arctic is another sign that the End of the Oil Age is in sight.
Right now, Volkswagen’s reputation lies in tatters. Greenwashing would be putting it mildly. How could it have gone so wrong?
The VW scandal may signal the death of diesel engines in passenger vehicles, and tells us a lot about big business, regulations and their attitude to consumers. The big winner out of all this? Electric vehicles.
New Zealand-based industrial design agency’s AguaPallet helps natural disaster survivors access clean water, move equipment and provide basic shelter.
Marc Talloen explains how he took his Model S Tesla electric vehicle on an epic 9,000kms road trip in Queensland, without a super-charger network.
Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple’s first electric car will hit the market in 2019.