We've all seen them in the movies like Back to the Future and The Fifth Element. A highway in the sky, filled with flying cars whipping around the high rise city blocks, dropping off pizza and picking up passengers. The future of the automotive industry was truly captivating. No more traffic jams, just lift yourself up another level and pray that the engine doesn't stop mid flight.
Various kinds of electric vehicle
It’s a concept that’s been around for over 100 years, but it’s only recently that the idea of an electric car has really taken off. With a greater focus on protecting our environment, as well as the day to day cost benefits of an electric powertrain, the electric car is making waves in the motoring industry, with more companies focusing their energy into developing desirable electric vehicles.
I've been a Tesla fanboy for a few years now, probably three to four years. After recently watching the live stream for the Ford Mustang Mach-E, I think they're finally being influenced by Tesla's disruptive force. Finally, an electric car that's non-compliance, has a very good range, and could actually be quite competitive with the Model Y for model.
At last. The cybertruck (or "CYBRTRK") has been unveiled. I was once of the many hundreds of thousands, possibly millions, that pushed past their normal bedtime hours due to the overwhelming excitement.
Every weekday involves a mostly-awakened self getting into his fossil-fuled Dart and heading to/from work in Northwestern New Brunswick, Canada. However, the last one to two years also included Tesla/EV (Electric Vehicle) related podcasts filling myself with hopes of someday owning a Tesla/EV:
Looking at the number of different car alarm systems available in the market, there are times when you should exercise a lot of caution and diligence while selecting car alarm systems. Some of the key factors that one should look at while purchasing car alarms are:
Like most rideshare drivers, I don't use rideshare as my primary source of income (other than a brief stint between jobs), but rather as a supplement. It gets me out of the house, earns a (very little) bit of money, introduces me to new people, and helps me explore my city and larger area.
With the rising cost of gasoline, more people than ever are turning to vehicles that use alternative sources of fuel. The advanced technology and improved efficiency of electric batteries have occurred at just the right time. Many feel that there has never been a better time than the present to look into buying an electric vehicle.
One morning over hot coffee, I hopped on the VW website to look at the Golf Alltrack. My parents suggested it because it would be perfect for transporting two big dogs. It would also be great for Canadian winters. On the home page of the VW site at the time was a giant banner showing an e-Golf. It was a complete surprise that VW is selling an all-electric car. I clicked on the link and fell in love. One thing led to another. Within a couple of weeks, we test drove one at the Guelph VW dealership and ordered mine the same day.
Tesla made electric cars cool, but there’s still a lot they need to do. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today, we’re counting down our picks for the "Top 5 Things We Want to See From Tesla in the Future."
“If you can park it and not look back at it as you’re walking away, you bought the wrong truck.”—Unknown. I believe that diesels aren't just for men, but for everyone. Everyone should be out there driving diesels and only diesels. I believe it's time we finally get rid of all those pesky energy saving cars such as the Prius. Not only are Prius drivers slow, their cars always smell. I have evidence for this claim. Every time I get into one at work, they smell like old battery acid and lonely men. In order to make the roads less wimpy, we need to make these pathetic cars illegal.