It looks like we have some confirmed news. A prototype of the all-electric Model X crossover will be revealed on February 9 at Tesla’s design studio in California. The fact that Tesla will introduce the Model X Crossover on that date has also been announced on the company’s official Twitter page, but even then, there’s no official word on it as yet.
It is nice to hear that there are upgrades being done on Tesla Roadster but it is definitely sad news for the people in the US as they won’t be able to enjoy these upgrades. The Tesla Roadster is a battery electric vehicle (BEV) sports car produced by the electric car firm Tesla Motors in California. The Roadster was the first highway-capable all-electric vehicle in serial production available in the United States.
In the current scenario of electric propulsion vehicles, companies are toying with the idea of combining that with performance orientation. A few weeks ago at the Tokyo Motor Show, Honda brought up a pleasing little package called the EV-STER. The concept behind the design was a sporty little ride around town on the vehicle running on electric power.
Are you among those lucky ones who had a chance to watch ‘Who Killed The Electric Car?’ If you would remember, the film had told us how the idea of an electric car was killed even before people started talking about it. Fortunately enough, electric cars have been lucky to have a reincarnation of late. The market is soon to be flooded with beauties that run on charged batteries. Not to worry if you hadn’t had the chance to watch the documentary when it came out years ago. For, 2011 will see a sequel coming up, and it will be aptly titled ‘Revenge Of The Electric Car’.