It has not been long since Tesla motors announced the release of their super charger network plan, but you may have to get on a waiting list for one of these cars; they are selling as fast as they can be produced. This is due to elegant style in cars that are ahead of the times, some being almost completely efficient.
The Start of Tesla Motors and Grand Evolution of Electrical Innovation
It all started in 2003 when some prominent people in Silicon Valley were interested in a sports car that was not dependent on petroleum, but would produce the same power. This led to the development of the first roadster that would be released to the public for showing in 2006.
The start was a success, and some may even say hit with perfect timing. Every car that came off of the production line after sold as fast as it could be produced. It is obvious that there is a need for cars that run on electricity, and Tesla has the ticket. The last of the roadsters sold out through 2010, and now enthusiasts are waiting for the next generation roadster to hit the market.
There has been some talk of Tesla coming out with a new signature roadster, and it is going to be called the Model-R, more than likely. That is what is being talked about in the media that is awaiting the 2017 release of the next Tesla Roadster. If you were waiting to get your hands on a brand new one, you may have to wait a few years.
Tesla Looks Forward to The Future, and Starts Production of Model-S and Model-X Cars with a Network of Supercharging Locations
Tesla has waiting list for the Model-S, which is not scheduled for release until 2014, but with it comes innovation once again, and there is already a network of super charging facilities that you can find from California to Arizona. Soon they will work their way across the nation.
The Tesla Model-S may seem that it is an engineering marvel, but the truth is, it uses technology that the foundation was set on a century ago, with the use of AC Motors that were originally developed by Nikola Tesla. These, of course a modern design, but they are still based on the design by Nikola Nelson.
With the design of the Model-S, Tesla wanted drivers of these cars to be able to drive long distances. The twin charging concept and super charging concepts were developed from this. Many of the Tesla vehicles are capable of super-charged charging, and can stop in at a network of supercharging facilities.
Model-S can now drive half-way across the country with super charging points through California, Nevada and Arizona. There are many other stations in the works, and some facilities that already exist will be fitting their facilities to welcome the Tesla cars to charge.
The Model-X will be the first all-electric crossover to hit the roads, and it is scheduled to release in 2014. It is an EV that was built with the driver in mind. It is hard to call it a crossover. The Model-X is much like a car with features that you would find on a premium minivan, and it can do 0 to 60 in less than 5 seconds. If you want one of these beauties, you will have to put $5000 down, and wait until it hits the streets in 2014.
Tesla Motors is changing the way consumers think about electric cars, and opening stores across the country, and around the world. The cars are going to be at a price that the average consumer can afford, and a perfect addition for environmentally conscious families.
This Guest Post is written by Kevin Ross, a creative writer working for MyTee Products - a company having more than 30 years of experience in dealing with Ratchet Tie Down Straps and Trailer Tarps for Trucks. He is a great lover of Starbucks Coffee and loves to writes news about auto industry while having coffee.