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Published on June 20th, 2014 | by James Ayre


Tesla Motors: Top 10 Facts (Infographic)

June 20th, 2014 by  

Haven’t gotten your Tesla Motors news fix yet today? Here, we can help you. 🙂 While not exactly news, this great new infographic may indeed teach you something new about the very well-regarded EV manufacturer.

Coming to us via Visual Capitalist the infographic is worth a look in my opinion. Enjoy.

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  • Great post and info-graphic! cheers for posting this

  • Edward Chan

    #9 is missing brake pads… and brake fluid… and washer fluid…

    • Jason Willhite

      That’s true… however, also see
      Since the Tesla uses regenerative braking, the brake pads will take much longer to wear down and replace. There’s a few Tesla forums where Tesla owners have been trading stories about the upkeep on their vehicles and it doesn’t sound like changing the brake pads is one of them. Even for the Roadster owners.

    • Ben Helton

      No cabin air filter? Also, they use (ehtylene glycol) coolant just like a regular vehicle, wheel bearings like a regular vehicle, CV axles, bushings, shocks, brake lights. And from what I hear, they need alignments more than any other car on the road….

      • Ďakujem

        They’re talking about “regular” replacement, obviously. As for the coolant, it might be the same the the Nissan LEAF: Nissan recommends replacing the onboard charger coolant every 15 years. FIFTEEN YEARS! No gas car comes close.

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