Published on September 10th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan2
Luminescent Tesla, 250,000 Electric Cars on US Roads, Tesla & Toyota May Reunite… (EV News)
September 10th, 2014 by Zachary Shahan
EV news buffet below. Eat it up.
There are now 250,000 electric cars on US road. Any guesses how long until we hit half a million? (EV Obsession)
Yamaha has filed a patent for a three-wheeled electric trike with two electric hub motors at the back wheels and a single front wheel. (GAS2)
Tesla Model S + solar energy = a wonderful fossil-fuel-free life. (Solar Love)
Toyota and Tesla may reunite in 2–3 years. However, if Toyota waits that long to get serious about electric cars, it’s going to be screwed. (GAS2)
Japan, meanwhile, has just started receiving deliveries of the Tesla Model S. (GAS2)
The Nissan e-NV200 has gotten some low safety scores in Europe. (GAS2)
The Formula E will host test drives. Fun!! (GAS2)
With high demand and limited supply expected for years to come, will the Tesla Model X end up getting scalped? (TeslaMondo)
Electric cars have been around for awhile, and have had quite an interesting history. Take a stroll through the evolution of electric cars. (Sustainnovate)
Sometimes electric, sometimes not, the history of trains is another interesting one. (Sustainnovate)
This guy is trying to trade his way up from an old camera to a Tesla Roadster. (Teslarati)
Light rail has gotten the green light in Minneapolis. (ExpertSure)
This man gets a SolarCity referral after buying a Tesla, but then the SolarCity crew doesn’t take into account the projected electricity usage of his Tesla. #Facepalm (Teslarati)
This streamlined, DIY electric motorcycle can go 170 miles per charge. (GAS2)
California now has over 100,000 electric cars. (GAS2)
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