A Tesla All-Electric Car At An Affordable Price Point
Tesla has sure made some impressive strides in all-electric vehicles, with sleek styling and 200+ mile ranges between charges. But, this cutting edge tech comes at a fairly high price. That may not be the case in the near future. It seems Tesla is developing a new, smaller electric vehicle to add to it’s lineup starting in 2017.
It will be called the Model 3. Tesla CEO Elon Musk has hinted that this new vehicle would retail for approximately $35,000 US. There hasn’t been much released about the performance of this model other than it would have a range of 200+ miles between charges, similar to the current Model S. No official images of the new car’s design are available as of yet, but I think it’s safe to say we’ll see more of the sporty Tesla style.
You have no doubt noticed the level of technology built into the modern automobile. Who could have guessed what we have today just 50 years ago? Where will we be in another 50 years? What about just 10, or even 5 years? Check out the video below to see the automotive vision of Texas Instruments in our near future.
We’ve all heard some weird stories about how to get better gas mileage and other things that’ll improve or damage our car’s fuel economy. While some of these may have a kernel of truth to them, many are actually completely false. Here are a few of these car myths that don’t really have any truth to them at all. Following them won’t increase or decrease your car’s fuel efficiency.