looks like it's only available in parts of california...but this may be the only way to get your hands on a tesla drivetrain anytime soon if you're not already on the wait list.
Lloyd over on the Tesla Motors Club has taken delivery of one. Loves it.
its compelling but I'm not sure when they will be available in northern california and it seems kind of steep at $50k when a v6 is $30k. I mean toyota doesn't even need to provide the engine and transmission!
You can't look at it as $50K, you have to look at it as $30K of vehicle and $20K of prepaid fuel.
well, at least with the tax credit and state rebates, it looks like its closer to a $10k prepaid fuel bill. but the issue is that Toyota is over charging. looks like a local dealer has a rav4 ev on hand. I might have time this week...
went for a test drive on Friday, the rav4 ev was impressive in sport mode and ok in regular mode. the transmission is very smooth and there is not a heavy regen when I took the foot of the of the pedal.
The sales guy that took me out was not very informed about the ev, the "trained" guy was busy with another customer, so he was no help. I think I'll wait...
I'm planning to go, and will drive my Model S from Los Angeles up to Mountain View.
Anyone else interested? Maybe a caravan?
(AP) -- A government safety agency wants electric and hybrid vehicles to make more noise when traveling at low speeds so pedestrians can hear them coming....
Hi everyone, I just recently placed my order for a 85w MS and had a few questions regarding charge stations.
Since I live in Austin and have a few...
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