Articles Tagged Roadster

Articles tagged "Roadster"

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Oh, Canada! Our Tesla Roadster Arrives in British Columbia

Written by Vincent and Maggie Argiro

Our Tesla journey began like so many others, years ago, when the Roadster was not yet in production. For all of us, the car was more a dream than a fully tangible reality. Our Tesla dream was deferred further when we decided to move from the U.S. Midwest to Western Canada.

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Con il tag:  Roadster and Customers

Aprile

Pedal to the Metal... It’s a Sprint to the Finish!

Easter Monday 2010 saw the first official motor race that included Electric Vehicles in the UK. Held at the Historic Goodwood Circuit, Tesla Motors became the world’s first electric vehicle manufacturer to enter competitive motorsport in the UK. Earlier this year, the UK’s motorsport governing body, the Motor Sport Association, assessed the performance and safety criteria for electric vehicles competing in UK Motorsport. Finally, motor racing clubs could create competing classes for EVs.

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Con il tag:  Roadster, Events, Corporate, and Electric

Northern California Roadster Record!

Roadster owners are a fascinating group of people with varied backgrounds and great stories to tell. I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know many of them over the past year delivering cars from our Menlo Park store. After rejoining our headquarters Customer Service team, it’s the daily interaction with our owners I miss most. When asked to help host the March 21st Road Rally for local customers, I didn’t hesitate.

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Con il tag:  Roadster and Events

marzo

The First Charge of an Epic Odyssey

The Swiss are known for their timepieces and punctuality, but I was surprised to see so many arrive so early on March 20th at the Muensterplatz in Basel, Switzerland for the first leg of The Odyssey of Pioneers. “We couldn’t wait for the beginning of the Road Rally. We were so excited to meet the other customers and see their Roadsters!” I heard many times.

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Con il tag:  Europe, Roadster, Events, Corporate, and Design

Tesla Roadster Sport: The First 3000 Miles

This blog post is a follow up to last week's post "How We Went Out for a Pizza and Came Home with a Roadster"

The Tesla snowmobile

On December 4th our Roadster was ready, but were we? We live in the hills nine miles from and 1800 feet above downtown Boulder. It had been snowing all week. There were cars in the ditch on our road. My m-coupe is moth-balled for the winter. How could we get our Tesla home?

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Con il tag:  Roadster, Experience, and Customers

How We Went Out for a Pizza and Came Home with a Roadster

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Con il tag:  Roadster, Experience, and Customers

Living in the Future

They say time-travel is impossible.

I know, I know, “Star Trek”, “Men in Black”... I mean, for real!

But time is a relative thing. And, as Robert Lamm wrote and the band Chicago sang, “Does anybody really know what time it is?”

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Con il tag:  Roadster, Events, Corporate, and Electric

Febbraio

How to Sell an Electric Car

Michael Thwaite is a petrol-head who became a volt-head after seeing "Who Killed the Electric Car?" He's not sure he'll ever go back.

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Con il tag:  Roadster, Benefits, Environment, and Customers

Gennaio

A Snapshot of the Electric Car on the Electric Grid

The Tesla Roadster goes more than 200 miles (380 km) on a single charge. The average person drives about 40 miles (60km) in a day. This leaves a range of about 160 miles (257km) after an average day of driving in a Tesla Roadster. Meaning that at the end of the day when a Roadster is plugged in to be charged up, it is really only to top off the battery.

Why is this significant?

It is important to understand the amount of energy a battery draws when charging and how this affects the electricity grid.

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Con il tag:  Roadster, Benefits, and Electric

NAIAS 2010 Preview

Check out what rolled into Motown last week!

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Con il tag:  Roadster, Model S, and Events
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