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Model III, Model T?

Santiago Miret, Ph.D. student, materials science & engineering | September 3, 2014

Tesla Motors’ new Model III has the potential to become the 21st century’s Model T by introducing the electric car to the mass-market consumer and causing disruptive change in the automobile industry. Earlier this summer,¬†Tesla Motors¬†announced some initial details for its forth car, the Model III. According to Tesla, the new electric car will be … Continue reading »

Electric cars go cross-country

Santiago Miret, Ph.D. student, materials science & engineering | February 7, 2014

A common anxiety among potential electric vehicle (EV) drivers is being stranded in the middle of the road with an empty battery and no possibility of recharging. Similarly, another concern is that electric cars do not have enough range to sustain longer road trips. Tesla Motors’ Model S, which has an EPA certified¬†range of about … Continue reading »