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Question of the Day: Will Motors Lead the Charge Mainstream Electric Cars?

by Yee on 10.31.2013 10:35

Tesla has certainly come a long way its founding just ten years In a short period of time, the has not only built two successful cars, but has also built an network of charging stations, and advanced technology used by of the biggest current manufacturers.

In production of the Tesla Roadster The Roadster was an all-electric car built on the Elise platform. The Tesla proved to many people electric cars could not be usable in most for most all driving requirements, but also to drive.

Up until that point, cars were typically and made compromises for efficiency, or in the of the GM EV1, not given a full from the manufacturer.


After the Tesla Motors proved to the that electric cars be the next automotive craze. like Toyota were building gasoline-hybrid electric like the Prius, but virtually had full-electric programs. One exception was the Leaf, which suffers short range and generally design.

The Roadster was followed by the Model S, the popular electric sedan. The S has been praised for its safety and which at least match the of many gasoline cars, if not them.

More recently, Tesla and CEO Elon Musk have hard at work on their projects, the Supercharger and the Model X.

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are a network of Tesla-developed charging built for Tesla vehicles. The runs off of specially developed charging systems, which to Tesla, can charge a Model S up to 20 faster than traditional stations. Tesla recently the opening of the West Coast Corridor, which Tesla can use to drive their cars San Diego to Vancouver.

Tesla Supercharger stations are already established on the West and coasts are planned to cover the entirety of the United States in the few years.

Up until recently, have criticized Tesla for their typically high The Roadster was priced upwards of while the Model S starts $50,000, financially catering to the Tesla’s plan is to make affordable models, starting the Model X. Model X production is for late 2014, and it is expected to be the of numerous more affordable vehicles.

With Tesla’s long plans albeit a short going as scheduled, other will continue to play up. Will the California-based company ahead of the curve, or will the big of international automakers like Toyota, and General Motors overtake their crown as of the electric market?

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