Reviewed: Tesla Model S part 4: Range

Last year, my wife and I decided it was time to swap out our old car with a newer one. After a lot of discussion, dreaming, and looking for small change in the couch, we landed on ordering a Tesla Model S. This is my thoughts on range after driving it for 2500 kilometers, in conditions… Continue reading Reviewed: Tesla Model S part 4: Range

Reviewed: Tesla Model S part 2: Delivery and first impressions

Following on from the ordering and pre-delivery review, here are my first impressions of the Model S. Once the car was off-loaded in Drammen, our DS contacted me, and we settled on a delivery time that suited us. Arriving at the Drammen Service Center, we were greeted by the staff, offered coffee and a seat while our… Continue reading Reviewed: Tesla Model S part 2: Delivery and first impressions

Reviewed: Tesla Model S part 1: Ordering and pre-delivery

Last year, my wife and I decided it was time to swap out our old car with a newer one. After a lot of discussion, dreaming, and looking for small change in the couch, we landed on ordering a Tesla Model S. This is my review of the experience up to just before we took… Continue reading Reviewed: Tesla Model S part 1: Ordering and pre-delivery

Tesla referral program

My wife and I recently ordered a Tesla Model S, and are now part of the Tesla referral program. If you are considering buying a Tesla, you might want to use the following link, which will give you a $1000 discount (or NOK 10’000 if you’re in Norway) on the purchase – and me the… Continue reading Tesla referral program

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Electric cars and the Zero emissions claim

A recent development in personal transportation, in particular in Norway, has been the (re-)introduction of electric vehicles. Where electric vehicles used to be either mobility scooters or big, ugly clunkers, they now come in many packages, from the small and nippy, such as Buddy, to the ones that look like, well, a car, such as Teslas offerings. The… Continue reading Electric cars and the Zero emissions claim

Tesla: All our patents are belong to you

In a move that is at once impressive and baffling to many commentators, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk recently announced that they are applying the open source philosophy to their portfolio of patents. While a great publicity stunt, there seems to be more to it than that. Musk said: