Tesla Motors CEO and Chief Designer Elon Musk told CBS the car company is looking to have an affordable Tesla on the market soon.
The EPA has finally weighed in with its (long awaited) fuel economy numbers for the Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf. While the results are impressive – 93 and 99 miles per gallon equivalent for each of the two vehicles, respectively – the more important story is that consumers are likely to remain confused about just how fuel-efficient this new automotive technology is.
As you saw in Translogic 5.1, the Nissan Leaf is a five-passenger, all-electric car that will forever change how we think of personal transportation. It has no tailpipe, produces no emissions and yet does basically everything a gasoline-powered compact car can do.